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DERBYSHIRE: 


FLOWERING PLANTS, HIGHER CRYPTOGAMS, 
MOSSES AND HEPATICS, CHARACEA, 


BY 


WILLIAM RICHARDSON LINTON, 


VICAR OF SHIRLEY, DERBYSHIRE, 


WITH TWO MAPS. 


LIBRARY 
NEW YOR 
BOTANICAL 

GARDEN 


LONDON : 
BEMROSE & SONS Liop., 4, SNOW HILL, E.C., 
OR FROM THE AUTHOR, SHIRLEY VICARAGE, DERBYSHIRE. 


1903. 


(All rights reserved.) 


PREFACE. 


HE project of producing a Flora of Derbyshire announced in 
the Journal of Botany in 1896, 46, is so far accomplished 

that it seems desirable at length to publish results, though, no 
doubt, further investigation will yield many more data of interest. 
The present work, accordingly, cannot be regarded as much more 
than a stage forward towards a complete account of the botany of 
the County. It is to be regretted that some departments, as 
Fungi, Lichens and Algz, owing to the lack of time and workers 
to investigate them, have had to be omitted from the present 
volume. During the ten years which have elapsed since the 
work was first entered upon, nearly every parish has been visited 
and searched, either by the author or by helpers co-operating 
with him. In the Flora the older records have, as a rule, been 
inserted, and are commonly placed after the later and more 
recent notices, thus, together with the mention of the first records, 
giving a historical aspect to the account of the County botany. 
It will be remarked that many entries of previous publications 
have been altered, and some omitted; in most cases this is 
because they have been found to be erroneous, e.g., Mr. Water- 
fall repudiated many of the records attributed to him in C.D., 
and supplied a fresh list, which supersedes his earlier contribu- 
tion. All the authorities employed in C.D. have been carefully 


gone through, and corrections made where necessary, among them 


iv PREFACE, 


Sm. MSS., the entries from which, as well as from the other 


sources, are now, I believe, correct. 


The nomenclature and order of arrangement adopted for 
the Phanerogams follow for the most part those of the 9th 
edition of the London Catalogue, except that the Conifere are 
placed after the Grasses; for the Mosses the Handbook of Messrs. 
Dixon & Jameson has been employed, except that the Sphagna 
are arranged on the Warnstorfian system as interpreted by 
Mr. Horrell, and the Harpidioid Hypna according to Mr. 
Wheldon’s article on them in the Natwralist for March, 1902, 
whilst for the Hepatics the excellent Monograph of Mr. Pearson 
has been followed. The Characee are placed last, as being most 


nearly allied to Alga. 


The author will be glad of, and grateful for, any notes of 
further botanical discoveries or matter interesting as bearing on 


the Flora of the County. 


Thanks are due to many helpers who have assisted in various 
ways in the production of the present work, especially Pro- 
fessor T. Barker, for help in the investigation of the Mosses; 
Professor J. W. Carr and Mr. T. Gibbs, for lsts of plants and 
co-operation in field work; Messrs. J. & H. Groves, for help with 
the Characee ; Mr. J. F. Hanbury and Rev. A. Ley, for help 
with Hieracia; the latter also for lst of Mosses and aid in 
field work; Mr. G. A. Holt, list of Hepatics ; Rev. E. F. Linton, 
for much assistance in field work and determination of specimens ; 
Mr. S. M. Macvicar, for considerable assistance in the determina- 
tion of Hepatics ; Dr. H. R. Mill, for an instructive and valuable 
paper on the County rainfall; Rev. W. M. Rogers, for much help 


PREFACE. Vv 


with the Rudi; Mr. F. , Pownsend, for determination of 
Euphrasie: Mr. C. Waterfall, for list of plants and aid in 
compilation of the index; Mr. J. A. Wheldon, for determination 
of the Harpidioid Hypna The names of others who have helped 


are appended :— 


Mr. G. Appleby, Burton-on-Trent. 

Miss E. Armitage, Herefordshire. 

Mr. C. Bailey, Manchester. 

Mr. John Barrow, Manchester. 

Rev. R. Bindley, Mickleover. 

Rev. R. K. Bolton, Fenny Bentley, Derbyshire. 
Mr. E. Drabble, Chesterfield. 

Mr. L. E. Emmet, Sheffield. 

Miss A. A. Fenton, Bakewell. 

Rev. R. Feilden, Mugginton, Derby. 

Rev. H. Friend. 

Mrs. Foord-Kelsey, Quorn, Loughborough. 

Mr. W. J. Fordham, Sheffield. 

Rev. W. Fyldes, Hartington. 

Rev. R. W. Goodall, Lincoln. 

Meet. G. Hall: 

Mr. A. James, Shirley. 

Mr. C. B. Kingdon, Melton Mowbray. 

Mr. H. C. Levinge (the late), Knock Drin, Mullingar. 
Mr. A. E. Lomax (the late), Liverpool. 

Rev. R. P. Murray, Shapwick, Dorset. 

Mr. J. E. Nowers, Burton-on-Trent. 

Rev. W. H. Painter, Stirchley, Salop. 

Rev. W. H. and Miss A. B. Purchas, Alstonfield, Staffs. 


vi 


PREFACE. 


Miss M. Rogerson, Peak Forest. 

Misses C. R. and A. Sandford, Worcester. 
Mr. G. F. Scott-Elliot, Glasgow. 

Mr. M. B. Slater, Malton, Yorks. 

Mr. E. Snelgrove, Sheffield. 

Capt. A. Stewart (the late), Ventnor. 

Mr. J. E. Sunderland. 

Mr. J. G. Wells, Burton-on-Trent. 

Mr. J. Wilson, Stockport. 

Miss J. Wright, Yeldersley Hall, Derby. 


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CONTENTS. 


INTRODUCTION :— i 
THe County Ratnratt - - - - : - - it 
CiumatE AND SpEcrIEs.— 5 

1. Cumatic Zones - : - . - - oy hag?) 
2. ‘Times or FLOWERING - - - - - i 
Sorts anp SPECIES - - - - - - - - 10 


Summary, Wartson’s Types or Disrrisurion, RaRITIEs, 
Extinctions, Errors, PLants TO BE LOOKED FOR, PLAN 
oF Fora - - - - - - - - - 20 


List or Pusuications anp MSS. quotep in THE Fora 28 


ABBREVIATIONS AND SIGNS - . . - - - 45 
THE FLORA :— 47 
PHANEROGAMS) - - - : . - - - 47 
CryptoGaMs - - - - - = - - - 825 
Mossrs~ - - : - : - - - - dol 
Heparics - : - - - - - - - 422 
CHARACER - : - - - - - - - 444 


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fat, COUNTY RAINFALL. 


HUGE ~ROBERT. MILL,. D.Sc., 


Director of the British Rainfall Organization. 


JHE rainfall of a district possessed of such varied configuration 

as Derbyshire cannot be easily ascertained, as every valley 
and every spur of the higher ground presents a different slope 
and aspect to the rain-bringing wind, and so secures a different 
amount of precipitation of moisture. On this account records 
of rainfall, no matter how scrupulously they are kept, may, 
unless they are very numerous and carefully considered, give a 
misleading idea as to the total amount of rain which falls upon 
the County in the course of a year. It is necessary to con- 
sider not only the few very long records which exist in order 
to ascertain the true average rainfall at certain places, but also 
to examine all records, long or short, in order to find how, in 
any particular year, the amount of rainfall varies from place to 
place. Such a method of discussion would be impossible were 
it not for the fact that nearly all the observers of rainfall in 
the British Isles co-operate together so as to make their work 
available for the benefit of the community. From 1860 to 
1899 the late Mr. J. G. Symons, F.R.S., collected and published 
the work ‘of the observers in his forty annual volumes of 
British Rainfall, and his old colleague, Mr. Sowerby Wallis, 
and I have continued to preserve the records, and to encourage 
amateur meteorologists to extend them. I look on it as a duty 
and a privilege to maintain the tradition of my predecessors, 
and to make these records as widely useful as possible. 


2 COUNTY RAINFALL. 


The fluctuations of rainfall in Derbyshire from year to year 
may be seen from Table I., which shews the figures for ten con- 
secutive years at several stations, representing the various degrees 
of raininess in the County. 


TABLE I. 


ANNUAL RAINFALL FOR THE TEN YEARS, 1890-99. 


2 Altitude Pal AVERAGE, 

Station. "in feet, 1890-1891. 1892. 1893. 1894. 1895,|1896.|1897.1898, 1899,|\een4e® 

Findern —...,_-186 20°15 /30-01 21-32)19-24/20-86|22-30|19°96 25-36 /18:59|2122/21-90 ins. 
Codnor 372 |23'25/33'09/23-60)22°07 23°50/24-62)27°86 26:42/21-41/27°07/25-29 
Chesterfield .... 251 (23'27/29-76/25:44 21-69 25-01 24-8313:03/25-68,20'85|2681/04-63 
Matlock —_.... 459 |30°78/41-69)33-09]27'57/32'48|34-22/32°05 |35-44/98:80|32'64/32°88 
Woodhead Stn., 878 43:5356°88/47-29 49-6951:25 44-13/50-45|47-62)45°76 41-994715 | 


The average of successive periods of ten years is subject to 
much smaller variations than the rainfall of individual years, 
aud the average for any thirty consecutive years is very nearly 
constant, and may be looked on as a true average for most 
purposes. Table II. gives a comparison of ten year and thirty 
year averages for three representative stations. 


TABLE II. 


AVERAGE AnnuAL RAINFALL FOR TEN AND FOR THIRTY YEAR PERIODS. 


| 
Station. Altitude! 1g60.9, | 1870-9. | 1880-9. | 1890-9. 1870-99. 
in feet. = 
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Chesterfield ae iss 951 30°54 97°41 | 24:63 | 27:53 inches. 
Matlock Bath ...  ...| 500 39°66 | 3662 | 28:93 | 3507, 
| 49°56 | 3819 | 37-28 | 39°34, 


Chapel-en-le-Frith oe 965 


From a consideration of all the available figures for long- 
period averages, we are able to arrive at the general distribution 
of rainfall. It must be remembered, however, that figures are 
not available for considerable areas in the north of the county, 
and consequently we cannot say with certainty where the wettest 
point is situated, although we have no doubt that it is not very 
far from the highest ground. We can, however, say definitely 
that the southern and eastern extremities of the county (south of 


COUNTY RAINFALL. 8 


Derby and east of Chesterfield at least) have an annual average 
rainfall of less than 30 inches, but more than 25, and that the 
amount of rain increases fairly regularly towards the north- 
west and north. It probably exceeds 35 inches everywhere 
north-west of a line drawn through Dronfield and Matlock, and 
does not probably fall short of 40 inches in any part of the 
County lying North-west of a line drawn from Buxton to near 
Sheffield. It is probable that average falls exceeding 50 inches 
in the year occur at several points in the high ground; but it is 
unlikely that so great a rainfall as 60 inches is reached. 


The distribution of the rainfall thus sketched is arrived at 
solely from the consideration of the actual amounts measured at 
a number of stations, and it is found to shew a close relation- 
ship to the physical features of the land. The area within which 
the rainfall exceeds 40 inches contains all the highest land in the 
County; and as the hills sink southward, eastward and westward 
to the Central Plain of England, the mean annual rainfall on 
their slopes diminishes steadily. Again, as might be expected 
from the fact that the prevailing rain-bearing winds come from 
the south-west, the western slopes are found, as an almost invari- 
able rule, to be wetter than the eastern. 


In this relation it is interesting to notice how all the rivers 
radiating from the southern extremity of the Pennine Heights 
derive their waters from a narrow region of high rainfall, and 
distribute them broadly over the plain. It is natural also that 
the ring of manufacturing towns on the New Red Sandstone 
plain encircling the hill country should derive their water supply 
from the unpeopled uplands which bring down the moisture borne 
by the winds from the Western Ocean. 


In conclusion, attention may be directed to the average distri- 
bution of rain throughout the months of an average year at two 
typical and contrasted stations, situated just beyond the county 
boundary in the south and in the north. 


4 COUNTY RAINFALL. 


TABLE III. 
AVERAGE MontTHiy RAINFALL FOR THE YEARS 1870-99. 


Burton-on-Trent. Woodhead Reservoir. 


ins. Ins. 

January... se Ss 2-11 ot «08 3-87 
February ... Ba! ae 1-64 ihe Ree 3-37 
March Ae er ae 1-59 nae Nes 3:63 
April ye ee ay 1-85 =a - 2-87 
May ae Jo. oh 2-21 et ae 3-16 
June oe ae ie 2-67 ee) ec 3-53 
July ae ae nee 2-73 Ae aa 4.18 
August can aan Ben 2-90 se Pa 4.49 
September ... Hog dio 2-62 tee ie 4.66 
October. =... ve et 3-07 fees ban 5-71 
November ... ee ie 2-31 Vs Bi 4.67 
December ... ie By 2-31 “7 rae 4.71 
Wear’. 12801 Bh 2. | 4S385 


PERCENTAGE OF ANNUAL FALtu. 


Woodhead 

Burton-on-Trent. Reservoir. 
Spring ... March-May So 20°16 ve 19°76 
Summer ... June-August... 29°64 = 25°00 
Autumn ... Sept.-Nov. Be 28°56 as 30°78 
Winter ... Dec.-Feb. nee 21°64 Hoe 24°46 
Year’ 2:.4° 100-00 100-00 


At each Station the driest month is seen to occur in Spring 
(March or April), and the wettest in Autumn (October); but it 
will be noticed from the table of seasonal percentages that the 
Summer months are relatively wetter and the Winter months 
relatively drier in the comparatively dry region in the south 
than in the region of heavier rainfall to the north of the County. 
This is probably due to the greater proportional effect of violent 
thunderstorm rains in Summer in the district of comparatively 
low rainfall. 


CLIMATE AND SPECIES. 


1.—CLIMATIC ZONES.—There are various conditions or 
factors, the combination and interaction of which go to the 
production of climate in any region—heat and cold, or the range 
of temperature; humidity and rainfall; the winds, according to 
their prevailing direction; the nature of the surface, whether 
flat, irregular or hilly, rocky or otherwise; the presence or absence 
of trees; latitude, longitude, and altitude. On these the climate 
depends, and, consequently, the kinds of plants which are found 
in a given area, and their distribution. Mr. Watson has repre- 
sented in his Compendium of the ‘Cybele Britannica” the 
combined effect of some of the above conditions in his scheme 
of regions and zones, which may be briefly expounded as 
follows :—By taking the upper limit of grain crops as the median 
line we get a bisectional division for Great Britain; the upper 
designated the Arctic region, the lower the Agrarian. Each 
region is on the same principle divided into three zones, the 
infer- mid- and super-arctic and the infer- mid- and super-agrarian, 
one zone being distinguished from its neighbour by certain 
plants which are characteristic of it, and which disappear in 
ascending to the zone above. As we go northward plants descend 
to a lower altitude, till on the north coast of Scotland alpine 
plants may be found almost at sea-level; in other words, lati- 
tude may be said to have a depressing effect on the zones going 
north, and conversely an elevating effect on those going south. 
The contrast is especially marked in Derbyshire owing to the 
fact that the southern portions of it lie at a low level, and the 
northern reach a decidedly high elevation. No better scheme 
than Mr. Watson’s has been put forth, nor more useful in 
determining the relation of the flora to the physical character 


6 CLIMATE AND SPECIES. 


of any area. It should be added that in two or three points 
this theory has received elucidation in recent publications, viz., 
Mr. Baker’s “ Flora of the Lake District,” pages 3 to 6, and in 
an interesting paper by Mr. 8. M. Macvicar in “Journal of 
Botany,’ 1898, 82 sqq. It is there pointed out that the real 
determining factor in the distinguishing of zones is temperature, 
and further that the influence of temperature is itself modified 
by that of the surface conditions; that is, by the presence or 
otherwise of suitable stations. Thus in some cases boreal species 
are found ascending higher than their normal zone when there 
are suitable rocks or soil, and in others not reaching their usual 
elevation, for want of the same. 


In Derbyshire we have three zones exemplified, the two 
upper zones of the Agrarian, and the lowest zone of the Arctic 
region. The lowest zone of the Agrarian is not, I consider, 
admissible within our boundaries, for although Mr. Watson lays 
down the Trent as the northern limit of this zone, yet of the 
three species occurring which belong to it alone, Rubia has 
evidently ascended above its normal elevation, Clematis is very 
doubtfully indigenous, and (Wnanthe fluviatilis is scarcely a test 
plant of a zone. Beginning, then, with our lowest—the mid- 
agrarian zone—of which the characteristic species are Rhamnus 
catharticus and Cornus sanguinea, it may be subdivided with us 
into two; first a lower, milder, warmer area south and east of 
Derby, and from Burton along the course of the Trent, ranging 
from about 90 feet to 250 feet, in which the following plants 
reach their upper limit :—Dzplotaris muralis, Geranium pusillum, 
Vicia lathyroides, Bryonia dioica, @nanthe flurratilis, Dipsacus 
silvestris, Filago minima, Hottonia palustris, Utriewlaria 
vulgaris, Polygonum minus, Rumer maritimus and R. pulcher, 
Calamagrostris lanceolata, Festuca Myurus; and second a higher 
area, comprising the valleys and hillsides from 250 feet to 
1,050 feet in the central and south-western part of the County, 
with Huonymus europeus, Rhamnus catharticus, Acer campestre,: 
Convolvulus sepium, Tamus communis as characteristic species, 


which reach their limit here. 


CLIMATE AND SPECIES. if 


Our next zone in the ascending scale is the Super-agrarian, 
where Rhamnus and Cornus disappear and Pteris and cultivation 
reach their limit. The zone includes the higher levels from 
about 1,100 feet in the central part of the County and 900 feet 
in the Peak, to about 1,800 feet. Characteristic plants are 
Ilex aquifolium, reaching to 1,700 feet; Crateagus oryacantha, 
1,350 feet; Rubus fruticosus, 1,150 feet; Lonicera periclymenum, 
900 feet; Fraxinus excelsior, 1,350 feet ; Digitalis, nearly to the 
limit; Quercus robur, 1,200 feet. Of alpine plants Draba incana 
is found as low as 800 feet, Arctostaphylos Uva-ursi at 1,250 feet, 
Pteris reaches 1,650 feet on Axe Edge, and nearly the same level 
on the moorland above Glossop, whilst at Grinah Stones it 
ascends to 1,800 feet, and near it Rubus chamemorus - descends 
to 1,600 feet. 


Our next and highest zone is the Infer-arctic, where Pteris 
disappears and Hrica tetraliy reaches its limit. This embraces 
the high moorland above the 1,800 feet level, the highest points 
being Bleaklow Stones, 2,060 feet; Kinderscout, 2,031 feet; 
Crowden Head, 2,070 feet; a point near it marked 2,088 feet 
on the Ordnance map; Kinderlow, 2,077 feet; to which may be 
added Axe Edge, 1,810 feet, the source of the Dove and the 
Wye. Characteristic species are Rubus chamemorus, abundant 
south of Bleaklow Hill, and about the sources of the Derwent, 
where, with tussocks of Festuca ovina, it covers the ground to the 
exclusion of other plants; Pyrus aucupuria ; Vaccinium Vitis- 
idea; V. oxycoccos; Arctostaphylos uva-ursi; Andromeda 
polifolia; Calluna vulgaris; Empetrum nigrum, very plentiful 
with Vaccinium Myrtillus on Bleaklow Hill; Listera cordata ; 
Habenaria aliida ; Juncus squarrosus. 


2.—TIMES OF FLOWERING.—Climate exercises consider- 
able influence on the flowering time of plants; the flora of 
Derbyshire, as a whole, maturing later than in counties lying to 
the south of it, whilst within the County the wide altitudinal 
range causes the flowering time to vary as much even as two 
or three ‘weeks in different parts. For example, Stel/aria 
Holostea, which in the plain is out of flower by mid June, was 


8 CLIMATE AND SPECIES. 


found in full flower above Froggatt at 1,100 feet on July 28th. 
This is naturally all the more exemplified in species possessing 
the greatest range, such, for instance, as Montia, Linum catharti- 
cum, Angelica, Vaccinium Myrtillus, Lysimachia nemorum, and 
Teucrium Scorodonia. Picris hieracioides (900 feet) and Hrythraa 
Centaurium (800 feet) were seen in full flower in September, and 
at the same time Volvulus Sepium (1,200 feet) had only its first 
flowers out. Geranium pusillum, on the Staffordsire side of 
Dovedale, at the unusual elevation of 900 feet, was in full 
flower in mid-September. These few examples, which could be 
greatly multiplied, may suffice to illustrate what is true, more 
or less, of the whole flora. As, further, the period of flowering 
varies widely in different seasons, the time assigned to each 
species cannot be more than approximate. It is, in every case, 
to be understood as embracing both the earlier or lowland and 
the later or upland time of flowering. 

Whilst on this subject, it may be well to add a few remarks 
of a general nature on the flowering times of plants. The high 
tide of flowering is reached in the summer, and the lowest point 
coincides with the coldest part of the year. An attempt is here 
made to classify the flowering periods of our flora, and to some 
extent make out their causes. If we take the two halves of the 
civil year, we may make two corresponding groups of plants—an 
earlier one of spring flowerers, and a later one of summer 
flowerers. Besides these two main groups we may find one smaller, 
intermediate and fairly distinguishable group, whose flowering 
period falls within the two midsummer months of June and 
July, and, finally, a much smaller group, whose flowering time 
extends over both spring and summer, and even over the greater 
part of the year. Restricting our classification to the indigenous 
and long-established species, and excluding aliens, casuals, and a 
few others, viz., some Batrachian Ranunculi forms, Rubi, &c., 
the result of the analysis is, for Derbyshire, as follows :— 


Spring flowerers ... ee ape, SAO 
Summer flowerers DP ae 410 
Midsummer flowerers... wai 126 


Spring and Summer flowerers ... 62 


CLIMATE AND SPECIES. 9 


The spring flowering group includes all those species which 
possess the habit of storing up nutriment beforehand, by which 
they are able to make an early start in the following season, of 
which may be mentioned as instances, Anemone, Ficaria, Brassica, 
Tussilago, Arum, bulbs, tuberous plants as Orchids, and most 
trees and shrubs, and several wind fertilized plants, such as 
Thalictrum, Poterium, Mercurialis, Salix, Carices, Gramina. The 
summer flowering group, it will be observed, outnumber all the 
rest put together. It might be expected that in the warmer 
part of the year the greatest number would reach maturity, but, 
physically, it is the lack of stored nutriment and the vegetative 
work, which has in consequence to be got through in order to 
supply it, which delays their flowering till spring is over. The 
ability of the fourth group to prolong their flowering period may 
be due to their greater vital force and hardihood; they are 
mostly spring and sunimer flowerers, and only a very few include 
any part of winter or autumn in their period. 


10 


SOILS AND SPECIES. 


BOTANICAL DIVISIONS. 


HE botanical divisions are based upon the surface geology 
of the County so far as practicable, and are arranged in 
order of formations, beginning with the oldest and designated by 
letters indicative of the main formation. Wherever, besides the 
proper formation of a division, parts of other formations are 
included in it, this will be pointed out under that division. It 
seems unnecessary to describe the boundaries of the divisions, as 
they will be sufficiently indicated in the map. 
L.—MOUNTAIN LIMESTONE.—This, the oldest geologi- 
cally, occupies the west central part of the County. It is 
interpolated here and there with sheets of contemporaneous 
lava (toadstone), though in some cases the toadstone is a later 
intrusion, as near Peak Forest and Tideswell. It has three 
small outliers—at Ashover and Crich eastwards, and at Snelston 
Common southwards, besides another south of the Trent at 
Ticknall and Calke. By the action of water, deep ravines or 
canons have been carved out on its west, north and east borders, 
the well-known dales, where the characteristic flora mostly 
abounds. The main plateau rises here and there into rounded 
hills, the dales present tiers of wall-like cliffs along their sides. 
Two small beds of glacial deposit overlie part of the area on the 
east side of Mappleton, and from Ashbourne to Ashbourne 
Green. The mountain limestone is succeeded on all sides by the 
Yoredale Rocks, well seen at Mam Tor above Castleton, some of 
them on the south border being included in this division. 


SOILS AND SPECIES. Hl 


The following is a list of plants characteristic of a limestone 
soil, those peculiar to it being marked with an asterisk :— 


*Thalictrum minus JL. 

Helleborus viridis L. 

Arabis hirsuta Scop. 
*Cardamine impatiens Z. (Occasionally carried into other 

districts along the banks of streams.) 
*Draba muralis L. 
*Draba incana L. 
*Cochlearia alpina H.C. Wats. 
*Thlaspi alpestre L. 
*Hutchinsia petrea PR. Br. 
Helianthemum vulgare Gertn. 
Viola hirta L. 
*Silene nutans ZL. 
Arenaria verna L. 
*A. tenuifolia L. 

Hypericum Androsemum ZL. 
*H. montanum L. 

*Geranium sanguineum L. 

G. columbinum ZL. 

G. lucidum L. 

*Hippocrepis comosa L. 

Spirea filipendula Z. 
*Potentilla verna L. 

Poterium sanguisorba L. 

Rosa spinosissima L. 

Pyrus rupicola Syme. 
*Saxifraga hirta Haw. 

*S. hypnoides L. 

Ribes alpinum L. 

Sedum Telephium Z. 
*Galium silvestre Poll. 
*Valerianella carinata Loisel. 

Scabiosa columbaria Z. 

Erigeron acre L. 


SOILS AND SPECIES. 


Inula conyza DC. 

Carlina vulgaris L. 

Cnicus eriophorus Hoffm. 

C. acaulis Hoffm. 

*Hieracium lasiophyllum Aoch. var. planifolium FP. J. Hanb. 
*H. britannicum F.. J. Hanb. 

+H. rivale &. J. Hanb. v. subhirtumy J.) 
*H. rubiginosum Ff. J. Hanb. 

*H. holophyllum W. R. L. 

*H. cymbifohum Purchas. 

*H. vulgatum Fr. v. glaucovirens Dahist. 
*H. prenanthoides Vi//. 

Campanula Trachelium L. 

C. glomerata L. 

*Pyrola minor L. 

Hypopithys multiflora Scop. 
Blackstonia perfoliata Huds. 

Gentiana Amarella Z. 
*Polemonium ceruleum ZL. (Occasionally carried off lime- 

stone along streams.) 

Lithospermum officinale L. 
Cynoglossum officinale L. 

Plantago media L. 

Origanum vulgare L. 

Thymus serpyllum LZ. 

Nepeta Cataria L. 
*Daphne mezereum L. 
*Juniperus communis L. 

Daxusspaccata 0. 
*Epipactis atrorubens Hoff im. 

Orchis ustulata ZL. 

O. pyramidalis L. 

Ophrys apifera Huds. 

O. muscifera Huds. 

Habenaria conopsea Benth. 


*Polygonatum officinale All. 


f SOILS AND SPECIES. 13 


Convallaria majalis L. 
*Scirpus Caricis Retz. 
*Carex digitata L. 

*C. ornithopoda Willd. 
Avena pratensis L. 
Keeleria cristata Pers. 
Melica nutans L. 

Bromus erectus Huds. 

Brachypodium pinnatum Beauv. 
*Asplenium viride Huds. 

Ceterach officinarum Wvil/d. 
*Phegopteris calcarea Wée. 


The Yoredale Rocks comprise two groups—soft black earthy 
shales with thin layers of limestone interspersed, and lighter 
coloured harder shales with layers of sandstone. The former, 
which are the older, are found immediately adjoining the lime- 
stone, and in the valleys along the course of streams, ¢.g., the 
Noe, the upper part of the Dove, Nun’s Brook near Buxton, the 
Wye between Bakewell and the Derwent, the Henmoor Brook, 
and at Ticknall and Calke Abbey in the south. The latter, 
which are more recent, occur at higher levels, as in the Edale 
Valley up to the summit of Mam Tor. Being impervious to 
water, the shales, especially the lower group, tend to produce a 
wet marshy surface with coarse grass rushes and bog plants as 
characteristic vegetation. 

G.—MILLSTONE GRIT.—Lying over the limestone shales 
on the east and north is the Millstone Grit, consisting mostly of 
massive coarse, hard sandstones, of which there are four or five 
beds, their outcrop running generally north and south. The 
shales on which they rest have worn away to a large extent, 
producing valleys lying along the outcrop, topped by continuous 
and lofty escarpments of grit on their eastern side. The grit 
constitutes a considerable part of the extensive and high table- 
land of the Peak, and also of Axe Edge, extending southwards 


1For an account of these see Dale’s ‘‘Scenery and Geology of the Peak 
of Derbyshire,” pp. 61-64. 


14 SOILS AND SPECIES. 


on beth sides of the Derwent Valley, but gradually narrowing to 
Little Eaton, a few miles north of Derby. South of the Trent 
the grit crops up in a small area about Stanton and Melbourne, 
between Ticknall and Repton Rocks, and around Calke. For 
convenience sake the grit surface is divided into two by a line 
from Ringinglow down the old road, passing south of Hather- 
sage, and thence direct to Brough, where it joins the lhmestone 
boundary. The district north of this is designated Gl, that 
south, as far as Little Eaton, G2. The northern division, it 
must be admitted, includes a considerable extent of other forma- 
tions than grit, viz., the Yoredale rocks already mentioned, which 
surround the central grit, and also occupy a triangular area 
south of Buxton from east of Axe Edge to near Glutton; and 
a stretch of lower coal measures reaching from Fernilee to the 
north boundary of the County, which enclose a small extent of 
grit between New Mills and Mellor. 


The southern division, too, contains other formations in the 
shape of the Yoredale rocks above mentioned between the grit 
and the limestone on the west, and further south between 
Wirksworth and Little Eaton, and the two small outliers of lime- 
stone at Ashover and Crich, the former surrounded by a small 
area of Yoredale rocks. A list of plants characteristic of the grit 
is here appended, those peculiar to it being marked with an 
asterisk : — 


Ranunculus Lenormandi Schultz. 
Genista anglica L. 

*Rubus chamemorus L. 

Potentilla comarum Vesti. 
Drosera rotundifolia L. 
*Vaccinium Vitis-idea L. 

*V. oxycoccos L. 

* Arctostaphylos uva-ursi Spreng. 
*Andromeda polifolia ZL. 
Myosotis repens D. Don. 


Empetrum nigrum L. 


SOILS AND SPECIES. 15 


*Listera cordata R. Br. 
*Habenaria albida R. Br. 

Narthecium ossifragum Huds. 

Juncus squarrosus L. 

Potamogeton polygonifolius Pourr. 

Elocharis multicaulis Sm. 

Eriophorum polystachyon Z. 

Carex dioica L. 

C. pulicaris Z. 

C. echinata Murr. 

C. curta Good. 

C. fulva Good. 

Molinia cerulea Good. 

Nardus stricta L. 
*Lycopodium inundatum ZL. 
*L. alpinum L. 

*Selaginella selaginoides Gray. 


C.—COAL MEASURES.—The grit is succeeded eastwards by 
the coal measures. The lower beds form a strip of varying width 
on the west of the true coal measures. They consist of varied 
sandstones, shales, fireclays, and a few thin coal seams, and above 
them on the east we reach the middle and upper coal measures 
extending to the County boundary, and to a line drawn north 
and south by Bolsover, and southward to a line south of Stanley, 
Dale, Stanton, and just above Sandiacre. In addition to this 
east cential coal region there are some patches of lower coal 
measures west of the Peak, one close to the County boundary 
west of Hayfield, a second extending from Ottersett Moor to 
Fernilee, and a very small piece at the top of Goyt’s Clough. 
There is also a small area of coal measures south of the Trent, 
being an extension of the Leicestershire coalfield, and which 
runs up here to Church Gresley, Swadlincote, Newhall, and 
Hartshorn, between Southwood and Scaddows near Calke, and 
a small patch between Ingleby and Robin Wood. 


As regards the flora, the coal measures are not especially 
interesting. They can scarcely be said to possess a distinctive 


16 SOILS AND SPECIES. 


flora, though there are several species which are noticeable for 
their prevalence on them. A few plants have been found only 
in this division, viz., Rubus pallidus Weihe, Rk. Marshalli Rogers, 
Senecio viscosus L., Alopecurus fulvus Sm. Plants markedly 
abundant on this formation are Z’'anacetum, Tussilago, Hieracium 
boreale, and owing apparently to the cold soil there are fewer 
species to be found in this division than in others, but many 
individual plants. 


P.—PERMIAN.—Beyond the northern part of the coal- 
measures eastward rises the Permian formation (Red Sandstone 
and Magnesian Limestone), which occupies a more or less oblong 
tract of the County from Ault Hucknall and Pleasley on the 
south by Bolsover and Barlborough northward, being a westward 
extension of the Permian system of Yorkshire and Nottingham- 
shire. The red sandstone occupies a very narrow strip between 
the coal measures and the magnesian limestone from Barlborough 
by the west of Bolsover to the ‘south border. The magnesian 
limestone lies at a lower elevation than the cognate mountain 
limestone, and like that formation has dales on its borders, viz., 
three—Markland Grips, Cresswell Crags, and Pleasley Park, 
where we have the wall-like lines of rock with characteristic 
flora. But there are sufficient differences in the species it 
supports to give its flora a distinctive character, as will be seen 
from the accompanying list :— 


Helleborus viridis L. 

Arabis hirsuta R. Br. 
Helianthemum Chamecistus J/7//. 
Viola hirta ZL. 

Galium Mollugo Z. (Abundant here, rare everywhere else.) 
Erigeron acre L. 

Inula conyza DU. 

Cnicus acaulis Hoffm. 
Campanula Trachelium ZL. 
*Galeopsis Ladanum J. 

Taxus baccata L. 


SOILS AND SPECIES. ily 


*Epipactis palustris Sw. (Only here, though old records 
exist for its occurrence elsewhere.) 
Orchis pyramidalis L. 
Ophrys muscifera Huds. 
Eriophorum latifolium Hoppe. 
*Carex montana L. 
Avena pratensis L. 
Keeleria cristata Pers. 
Bromus erectus Huds. 
Brachypodium pinnatum Beauv. (Abundant, rare else- 
where.) 


*Tolypella glomerata Leonh. 


T—TRIAS.—New Rep Sanpstone.—tThis, the last in the 
series, separated from the Permian by a long interval of time, 
occupies the south of the County with the exception of such 
outliers and patches of other strata occurring here and there, as 
have been already mentioned. There are two main beds—the 
Bunter yellow or red sandstone, with quartzose pebbles frequently 
conglomerate, which is found in strips and patches in the follow- 
ing localities: —at Mappleton and Sandybrook, between Ash- 
bourne and Mugginton, between Edlaston and Brailsford, from 
Morley to Breadsall, at Sandiacre, on the south side of the Trent 
between Foremark and Repton Rocks, rising just north of 
Foremark into vertical cliffs known as Anchor Church, from 
Repton to Bretby Park, and in a strip north-west from Linton ; 
and the Keuper red marls and waterstones (Lower Keuper) 
which occupy the remainder of the area. The latter (the Water- 
stones) usually border the Keuper Marl, occurring in fair-sized 
tracts from Mayfield to Yeldersley, about Norbury, Snelston, and 
Stydd, between Shirley and Ednaston, and below Brailsford, 
on a strip on which Kirk Langley is situated, in a small oblong 
piece at Allestree, by Sandiacre, at Weston Cliff, and in several 
places south of the Trent, as on the north-east of Cauldwell, 
about Smisby, north and south by Melbourne, around Repton 
and Winshill, and north-east of Newton Solney. 

c 


18 SOILS AND SPECIES, 


In the neighbourhood of Ashbourne the Keuper is overlaid 
with some extensive glacial deposits. These, which in some parts 
are as much as 50 feet in depth, occur between Yeldersley and 
Bradley on the east, and Ashbourne and Clifton on the west, 
and over a tract north and south between Alkmonton and above 
Edlaston. There are found here and there deposits of gravel, 
beds of micaceous gritstone, tile clay, and gypsum. There is a 
small patch of Yoredale rocks at Wild Park, Brailsford, and 
north-west of Mackworth Church. 


The broken character of the surface, geologically, is largely 
caused by the numerous faults which occur, rendering the assign- 
ment of districts to Bunter and Keuper respectively impracticable, 
and the threefold division adopted is consequently somewhat 
artificial. Still, from a climatic point of view, the area designated 
TI., viz., all west of a line drawn from Derby southward to 
Swarkeston, with the exception of the villages Swarkeston, 
Barrow, Twyford, Willington, and Egginton, lies at a higher 
average elevation, and is colder than the other two divisions, 
and is marked by the absence (except on its eastern borders) of 
such plants as Bryonia, Dipsacus silvestris, Hottona, Festuca 
Myurus. 


The division designated T2, and a decidedly warmer one than 
the last, being the area east of Derby and north of the Trent, 
reaches the lowest level 80-90 feet by the Trent near Long Eaton, 
rising to 412 feet above Locko Park. Its surface is in part 
alluvial, a broad tract south of Derby containing the ancient and 
present beds of the Derwent, and a strip on the north bank of 
the Trent from Shardlow to the County boundary. Of charac- 
teristic plants, owing to the restricted area, Samolus, Plantago 
Coronopus, Potamogeton flabellatus, alone occur. 


The remaining division, T3, viz., all south of the Trent, with 
Egginton Village, Willington, Twyford, Barrow, and Swarkeston, 
whilst mainly Trias, is, geologically, somewhat of a jumble, 
containing samples of every one of the formations hitherto 
noticed. Mountain limestone, Yoredale, grit, coal measures, 
Permian, Bunter, Keuper, are all represented. The Permian is 


SOILS AND SPECIES. 19 


less than appears from the survey. In the Quarterly Journal 
of the Geological Society for February, 1889, Mr. H. T. Brown 
has shewn that the area including Knowl! Hill and Coppy Hill is 
not Permian, but consists of Lower Keuper overlying Bunter. 
He has also shewn that the Bunter extends eastwards as far as 
Ticknall Church instead of being a quarter of a mile to the west, 
as coloured in the survey. The whole of his paper is most 
interesting and instructive, as bearing on the geological features 
of this district. The Red Sandstone (Permian) is found in a 
narrow forked strip which runs up between Bretby Park and 
Repton Shrubs. The altitude of T3 ranges from 120 feet along 
the Trent to 604 feet just south of Pistern Hill. 

Appended is a list of those plants which prefer sandy habitats, 
and are chiefly found on the Bunter formation :— 


Papaver Argemone L. 
Corydalis claviculata DC. 
Senebiera coronopus Pozr. 
Lepidium campestre R. Br. 
Silene noctiflora ZL. 
Cerastium arvense L. 
Spergularia rubra Pers. (Buda Dum.) 
Silaus pratensis Besser. 
Dipsacus silvestris L. 

Filago germanica L. 

Senecio silvaticus L. 
Specularia hybrida DC. 
Anchusa arvensis Bieb. 
Plantago coronopus ZL. 
Alisma ranunculoides ZL. 
Eleocharis acicularis Sm. 
Festuca Myurus ZL. 

F. sciuroides Roth. 


Hordeum murinum JL. 


20 SUMMARY. WATSON’S TYPES. 


SUMMARY.—WATSON’S TYPES OF DISTRIBUTION. 
—RARITIES.—EXTINCTIONS.—ERRORS.— PLANTS TO 
BE LOOKED FOR.—PLAN OF FLORA. 


i) ae total number of flowering plants in the County amounts 
to 1,001 species, representing 187 genera and 41 orders. 
Of the above number of plants 878 come under the headings of 
natives, colonists, and denizens, 74 of the remainder being aliens 
and 49 casuals. To these must be added 23 Filices, 5 Hquiseta, 
5 Lycopodiacee, making, with the Phanerogams a grand total of 
1,034. 
Mr. Watson’s Types of Distribution are six in number, 


yaa, 3——= 


B.—British—widely spread through south, mid., and. north 
Britain. 

E.—English—chiefly seen in south or south-middle Britain. 

S.—Scottish—chiefly seen in north or north-mid. Britain. 

I.—Intermediate—chiefly seen in mid. Britain. 

' H.—Highland—chiefly seen about the mountains. 
G.—Germanic—chiefly seen in east England. 
A.—Atlantic—chiefly seen in west England. 
L.—Local—restricted to single or few provinces. 


There are a large number which do not come under one only 


of the above heads, which are accordingly indicated by two 
letters combined. 


The accompanying table shews the constitution by types of | 
the Derbyshire Flora :— 


British is As aa? ve 3D 
Brit.-Eng. wa set AH 99 
Brit.-Scot. oe at ate lsh 
Brit.-Int. on one ae 3 
Brit.-High. a vas 4 
Brit.-Ger, a oy a 1 
Brit.-Atl. if 


es 494 


WATSON’S TYPES. 


English 
Eng.-Brit. 
Eng.-Int. 
Eng.-Ger. 
Eng.-Atl. 
Eng.-Loc. 


Scottish 
Scot.-Brit. 
Scot.-Int. 
Scot.-High. 


Intermediate ... 
Int.-Brit. 
Int.-Eng. 
Int.-Scot. 
Int.-High. 
Int.-Loc. 


Highland 
High.-Scot. 
High.-Int. 


Germanic 
Ger.-Brit. 
Ger.-Eng. 
Ger.-Loc. 


Atlantic tea 
Atl.-Brit. 
Atl.-Eng. 
Atl.-Int. 


Local a 
Loc.-Ger. 


165 


o> 
or bw 


iS) 
or) 


I cake gat | cage cae ven pc ar cece le eters sea tae cme 


eee iene noeeom seen Kons 


bo 
4] 
bo 


31 


15 


10 


Lat 


849 


21 


22 


WATSON’S TYPES. 


The fifteen Intermediate are :— 


I. 


seal i a 


Cardamineg impatiens. 
Ribes Grossularia. 
Ribes alpinum. 

Ribes rubrum. 

Ribes nigrum. 
Myrrhis odorata. 
Polemonium coeruleum. 
Epipactis atrorubens. 
Crocus nudiflorus. 
Gagea lutea. 
Poterium officinale. 
Andromeda polifolia. 
Galium silvestre. 
Draba muralis. 
Hutchinsia petra. 


The ten Highland species are :— 


rot i} tt 


Draba incana. 

Rubus chamemorus. 
Hieracium prenanthoides. 
Hieracium strictum. 
Arctostaphylos Uva-ursi. 
Asplenium viride. 
Lycopodium alpinum. 
Selaginella selaginoides. 
Vaccinium vitis-idea, 
Thlaspi alpestre. 


The twenty-five Germanic are :— 


QAARARAWAD 


E. 


Adonis autumnalis. 
Iberis amara. 
Hippuris vulgaris. 
Crepis taraxacifolia. 
Crepis biennis. 


Lactuca virosa. 


Salvia pratensis. 
Myosurus minimus, 


WATSON’S TYPES. ae 


GE. Caucalis daucoides. 

GE. Galium erectum. 

GE. Galium tricorne. 

GE. Campanula glomerata. 

GE. Specularia hybrida. 

GE. Monotropa hypopithys. 

GE. Limosella aquatica. 

GE. Chenopodium vulvaria. 

GE. Orchis pyramidalis. 

GE. Orchis ustulata. 

GE. Allium oleraceum. 

GE. Bromus erectus. 

GE. Brachypodium pinnatum. 

GE. Hordeum silvaticum. 

GB. Senecio viscosus. 

GB. Convallaria majalis. 

GL. Carum Bulbocastanum. 
The eleven Atlantic species are :— 

A. Rubia peregrina. 

A.  Wahlenbergia hederacea. 

A. Melittis melissophyllum. 

AB. Hypericum Androsaemum. 

AB. Sedum anglicum. 

AE. Coronopus didymus. 

AE. Hypericum elodes. 

AE. Linum angustifolium. 

AE. Cotyledon umbilicus. 

AE. Verbascum virgatum. 

AI. Aconitum Napellus. 

The two local species are :— 

L. Impatiens parviflora. 
LG. Lathyrus hirsutus. 

In addition to the foregoing there are seventy-two species 
which do not appear in Mr. Watson’s analysis, and which I have 
ventured to assign to the types to which they appear to belong. 
In the Flora the indicating letters in their case are printed in 
italics. The annexed table gives their arrangement :— 


24 WATSON’S TYPES. 


British oe ree eh a) 11 
Brit.-Eng. re =e vat it 
Brit.-Atl. 

—- 15 

English Sat ie Ni Bee 24 
Eng.-Brit. Ne eh uy: 10 
Eng.-Atl. a ve oe 
Eng.-Loc. i ae ure 1 

— 4] 

Scottish i ba bee acs 1 
Scot.-Brit. ae a a i! 
Scot.-High. 1 

— 3 

Intermediate ... oe ae ee 3 

Int.-Loc. . 1 
— 4 
Highland bts ane eat ahs 3 
High.-Scot. 1 
— 4 
_ Atlantic Bee aa Das a 0 
Atl.-Eng. 3 
— 3 
Local Sas cate os a 2 
— 2 
72 


Several species are very rare in Derbyshire, and in many 
cases more so than their occurrence in the five surrounding 
counties—Chester, Leicester, Notts., Staffs, and W. Yorkshire— 
would lead one to expect. This is represented in the table sub- 


joined :— 

Chester. Leicester. Notts. Staffs. W. Yorks: 
Erophila inflata 
Teesdalia x x x i x 
Cerastium quaternellum x 


Hyp. Androsemum x x ae x x 


¢ 


H. elodes 
Trigonella 

Trif. subterraneum 
Oen. crocata 

Gal. erectum 
Samolus 

Gent. uliginosa 
Seroph. umbrosa 
Orob. minor 

Utric. vulgaris 
Calam. parviflora 
Gal, Ladanum 
Rumex pulcher 
Salix repens 

Junip. communis 
Habenar. albida 
Polygonat. officinale 
Juncus compressus 
Alism. ranunculoides 
Scirp. pauciflorus 
8. Tabernemontani 
Erioph. latifolium 
Carex digitata 

C. montana 

Alopec. fulvus 
Calmagr. epigeios 
C. lanceolata 
Festuca Myurus 
Selag. selaginoides 
Tolyp. glomerata 


RARITIES. 


Chester. 
x 


x 
x 
x 


NO! KR OS OX 


SOG OS OK 


EXTINCTIONS. 
Leicester. Notts. 

® 
x x 
? 
x 

x 
x 

x 
? 
a 
x Xx 
x 
x 


Staffs. 
»4 


ON Wie aK 


i iar Oe LS 


25 


W. Yorks. 
x 


A ra eC he ORT aX 


oS Pe eS Pe 


Some plants, happily not a large number, have, it is to be 
feared, become extinct; at least they are not known in their 


old habitats, owing to enclosures, drainage, etc. 


And some, 


perhaps, though recorded, never really existed in the County, 


the recording of*them being due to error or confusion with other 


26 PLANTS TO BE LOOKED FOR. 


species. Thus Geraniwm silvaticum, though occurring in Stafford- 
shire and West Yorkshire, and recorded in Top. Bot. for 
Derbyshire, may possibly be a case of confusion with G. pratense ; 
Sarifraga aizoides and Drosera longifolia, 1£ not errors, seem now 
extinct; Filago gallica appears to have been confused with 
F. minima; Gentiana Pneumonanthe is most probably extinct ; 
Mentha Pulegium, once found in several localities, seems to have 
died out in all; Rumer maritimus is not now to be found in its 
old habitat at Swarkeston, where Ray recorded it ; Cephalanthera 
pallens, recorded in Pilkington (Newton Wood) and Top. Bot., 
1883, is not now to be found; Osmunda regalis, in the only 
locality where it occurs at the present time, is an introduced 
plant. 


There are still some few plants which seem worth mentioning 
as likely to occur in the County, seeing that they occur in one or 
more of the surrounding five, but which have not as yet been 
discovered, and therefore should be looked for :— 


Chester. Leicester. Notts. Staffs. W. Yorks. 

Lepidium hirtum me x x “ x 
Sagina subulata x x x 
Radiola linoides x x x x x 
Rosa stylosa x x 
Drosera intermedia x se x * 
Trientalis europea x 
Centunculus minimus x x 
Utricularia neglecta x 

U. minor x x x 
Mercurialis annua x x x 
Myrica Gale x se x 
Fritillaria Meleagris x x 
Hydrocharis Morsus-Rane x x x x 
Potamogeton heterophyllus x x x x 
Scirpus fluitans x be . x 
Rhyncospora alba » ? x 
Kquisetum hyemale x x x x x 


PLAN OF FLORA. ih 


PLAN OF THE FLORA.—The scientific name and author’s 
name abbreviated are placed first, followed by the English name 
and any synonyms of the scientific name. A reference to Topo- 
graphical Botany, 2nd edition, or other work, is occasionally 
given where it seems desirable. Next follows the grade of 
citizenship, the type of distribution indicated by initial letters, 
the situation or habitat, the comparative frequency, the duration, 
and the time of flowering. The next line is occupied with the 
first record, and occasionally the first finding of the plant, with 
name of recorder and date and any name of the plant employed 
by the recorder. This is succeeded by an account of the occur- 
rence of the plant in the several divisions of the County, the 
localities having the name of the recorder affixed, the author 
being responsible for those for which no recorder is mentioned. 
In the case of plants which occur generally through the County, 
localities are not given. A note of admiration means that the 
author has seen a specimen either dried or growing in situ. 


Aliens, casuals, recent introductions into the County, and 
such like, have an asterisk prefixed, and species which have no 
standing in the County, or are extremely doubtful or in other 
ways inadmissible into the Flora, are enclosed in square brackets. 


28 


PUBLICATIONS, MSS., &c., QUOTED IN THE 
FLORA, ARRANGED CHRONOLOGICALLY, AS 
A RECORD OF BOTANICAL INVESTIGATION 


Parkinson. 


How Phyt. Brit. 


Ray Cat. 


Ray Cat. 


Ray Hist. Pl. 


Ray Fasc. 


Ray Syn. 


IN THE COUNTY. 


1640. 
John Parkinson. Theatrum Botanicum. London. Folio. 
Cochlearia alpina. 


1650. 
William How. Phytologia Britannica natales exhibens 
Indigenarum stirpium sponte emergentium. London. 8vo. 
Viola lutea, Ononis arvensis. 


1670. 
John Ray. Catalogus Plantarum Anglie, &c. London. 
8vo. 
Arabis hirsuta, Erysimum cheiranthoides, Campanula 
latifolia, Vaccinium Vitis-Idea, Rumex maritimus. 

1677. 
John Ray. Catalogus Plantarum Anglie, &c. Ed. 2. 
London. 8vo. 
Prunus Padus, Empetrum nigrum, Listera cordata, 
Cystopteris fragilis, Lastrea Oreopteris, Lycopodium 
Selago, L. clavatum. 

1686. 
John Ray. Historia Plantarum. Vol. I. London. 8vo. 
Alchemilla vulgaris. 

1688. 
John Ray. Fasciculus Stirpium Britannicarum, We. 
London. 8vo. 
Arenaria verna. 

1690. 
John Ray. Synopsis Methodica Stirpium Britannicarum, 
&c. London. 8vo. 


Polytrichum commune. 


Gibson’s Camden. 


Leigh Nat. Hist. 


Salmon’s Botanologia. 


J. Petiver. 


J. Petiver. 


W. Derham. 


Magn. Brit. & H. 


Dillenius. 


Martyn Phil. Trans. 


PUBLICATIONS QUOTED. 29 


1695. 
Edmund Gibson. Camden’s Britannia. Lists supplied 
by John Ray. London. Folio. 
Viola tricolor. 


1700. 
C. Leigh. The Natural History of Lancashire, Cheshire, 
and the Peak in Derbyshire. Oxford. Folio. 
Rubus Chamaemorus. 


1710. 
William Salmon, M.D. Botanologia. The English 
Herbal or History of Plants. London. 2 Vols. Folio. 
Potentilla argentea. 


17a 
James Petiver. An account of divers rare plants recently 


observed, &c. Philosophical transactions. Vol. XXVII. 
London. 4to. 


Draba muratis. 


1713. 
A. Jacobus Petiver. Graminum, Muscorum, Fungorum, 
&c. Britannicorum Concordia. Londini. 
Rhacomitrium aciculare. 


1718. 
William Derham. Philosophical Letters between the 


late learned Mr. Ray and several 
London. 8vo. 


aarrisicte correspondents. 


1720. 
Magna Britannia et Hibernia, antiqua et nova, or a new 
survey of Great Britain, &c. London. 6 Vols. 4to. No 
author given; only English names used. 


1724. 
J. J. Dillenius. Ray’s Synopsis, &c. 3rd. Ed. London. 
12mo. 
Valeriana officinalis, Asplenium Ruta-muraria (Rhacom- 
trium protensum). 


1729. 

Thomas Martyn. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal 
Society, No. 407 (Vol. XXXVI., 22-30). London. Jan. 
22nd, 1729. 

Thalictrum minus, Cardamine hirsuta, Viola lutea var. 
amoena, Geranium lucidum, Rubus Idaeus, Rosa tomen- 
tosa, Lactuca muralis, Schollera Oxycoccos, Erica cinerea, 
Salix pentandra, Athyrium filix-foemina, Lycopodium 
alpinum Rhacomitrium lanuginosum. 


30 


T. Martyn. 


. 


Jenkinson. 


Withering. 


Huds. Fl. Ang. 


Withering. 


Gough’s Camden. 


Pilkington. 


PUBLICATIONS QUOTED. 


1763. 
Thomas Martyn. Plantae Cantabrigienses, &c. London. 
8vo. 
Potentilla Comarum. 


1775. : 
James Jenkinson. A Generic and Specific description 
of British Plants translated from the Genera et Species 
Plantarum of the celebrated Linnaeus. Kendal. 8vo. 
Saxifraga hypnoides. 

1776. 
W. Withering. A botanical arrangement of British 
Plants. Birmingham. 8vo. 
Cardamine impatiens, Thlaspi alpestre (Saxifraga 


hypnoides). 
1778. 

William Hudson. Flora Anglica. London. 2 Vols. 8vo. 
1787. 


W. Withering. A botanical arrangement, &c. 2nd Ed. 
8vo. Birmingham. 
Myosurus minimus, Arabis perfoliata, Dianthus deltoides, 
Silene nutans, Malva moschata, Geranium sanguineum, 
Rubus saxatilis, Pyrus Aria, Sedum Telephiwm, Drosera 
rotundifolia, Myrrhis odorata, Heracleum v. angusti- 
folium, Dipsacus silvestris, Filago minima, Centaurea 
Cyanus, Polemonium, Atropa Belladonna, Lathraea 
squamaria, Polygonum Bistorta, Viscum album, Epipactis 
latifolia, Crocus nudiflorus, Narcissus pseudo-narcissus, 
Allium vineale, Gagea lutea, Colchicum autwmnale, 
Paris, Alisma ranunculoides, Hordeum silvaticum. 

1789. 
Richard Gough. Camden’s Britannia. Enlarged by the 
latest discovery of R. G. 3 Vols, London. 
(Erysimwm cheiranthoides). 
James Pilkington. Derbyshire, being an account of the 
Geology, Mineralogy, Medicinal Waters, &c. 2 Vols. 
Derby. 8vo. The author states with regard to the list 
of plants that ‘‘ considerable pains have been taken to 
make this part of the work as accurate as possible.” 
The list comprising 540 Phanerogams and Higher 
Cryptogams is in the main reliable; there are included 
in it however a few which are erroneous, and occasion- 
ally the same species is recorded more than once under 
different names; if these are subtracted, as well as the 
68 species already mentioned, we have a net list from 
Pilkington of 458, too lengthy to give here. 


Engl. Bot. 


Bolton. Fil. Brit. 


Gisborne. 


Withering. 


Linn. Fl. Lapp. 


Engl. Bot. 


Engl. Bot. 


Withering. 


Engl. Bot. 


Hb. Salt. 


Knapp, Gram. Brit. 


Sm. Flor. Brit. 


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1790. 
J. E. Smith. English Botany. London. 8vo. 
Thuidiwm recognitum. 
James Bolton. Filices Britannic. Leeds, 4to. 
Phegopteris calcarea, 


1790—95. 

Marginal Notes in a copy of Hudson’s Flora Anglica, 
Ind Ed., belonging to the Rev. T. Gisborne of Yoxall 
Lodge, Staffs., extracted by Prof. C. C. Babington in 1864. 
Hutchinsia petraea, Stellaria uliginosa, Sagina nodosa, 
Antennaria dioica, Spiranthes autumnalis, Ophrys mus- 
cifera, Habenaria viridis, H. bifolia, Eriophorwm vagi- 
natum, 


1792. 
W. Withering. A botanical arrangement, &c. 2nd Ed. 
3rd Vol. 


Ophioglossum vulgatum, Eurhynchium Teesdalet. 
C. Linnaeus. Flora Lapponica, editio altera, etc. 8vo. 
(Galeopsis Tetrahit, form.) 

1793. 
J. Sowerby and J, E. Smith. English Botany. Vol. II. 
London, 8vo. 


Vicia silvatica, Geum intermedium. 


1794. 


James Sowerby. English Botany. Vol. III. London. 
8vo. 


(Hurhynchium Teesdale.) 


1796. 


W. Withering. Arrangement of British Plants. 3rd Ed. 
3 Vols. 8vo. 


Corydalis lutea. 


1799. 
J. Sowerby and J. E. Smith. English Botany. Vol. IX. 
Koeleria cristata. 

1800. 
Jonathan Salt. MS. Flora Sheffieldiensis. June 25, 
1800. In the Library of Lit. and Phil. Soc., Sheffield. 


1804. 
J. L. Knapp. Gramina Britannica. London. 4to. 
Festuca silvatica, Hordeum silvaticum. 


J. E. Smith. Flora Britannica. Vol. JII. 
(Eurhynchium Teesdale.) 


32 


Bot. Guide. 


Engl. Bot. 


Jewitt. 


Engl. Bot. 


Lysons’ Magn. Brit. 


Purton. 


Purton. 


Sm. Engl. FI. 


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1805. 
Dawson Turner and L. W. Dillwyn. The Botanist’s 
Guide through England and Wales. London. 8vo. 
Trollius europaeus, Hesperis matronalis, Geranium pyre- 
naicum, Saxifraga aizoides, Circea alpina, [Senecio 
saracenicus], Cnicus eriophorus, Crepis paludosa, 
Arbutus Uva-ursi, Gentiana campestris, Galeopsis verst- 
color, Cryptogramme crispa, Phegopteris Dryopteris. 


1807—9. 
J. Sowerby and J. E. Smith. English Botany. 
Campylopus flexuosus (1809), Trichostomwm tortuosum 
(1807). 


1811. 

Arthur Jewitt. The history of Buxton and visitors’ guide 
to the curiosities of the Peak. London. 8vo. 
Hypericum montanum, Geranium pheum, G. silvaticum, 
G. pusillum, Lathyrus montanus, Anthriscus Cerefolium, 
Carduus crispus v. acanthoides, Cnicus heterophyllus, 
Hieracium umbellatum, Campanula glomerata, Stachys 
palustris, Ceterach, Polystichum lobatum (P. Lonchitis), 
Polypodiwm vulgare v. cambricum, Phegopteris poly- 
podioides. 


1813. 
J. E. Smith. English Botany. Vol. XXXV. 


Jungermannia barbata. 


1817. 
D. and S. Lysons. Magna Britannia, being a concise 
topographical account of the several counties of Great 
Britain. London. 4to. This work contains a list of 
plants for Derbyshire, mostly derived from Pilkington. 
T. Purton. A Botanical description of British Plants in 
the Midland Counties. London. 2 Vols. 
Viola hirta. 


1821. 
Appendix to the above, bound up with it. 
Draba incana, Melica nutans. 


1824—5. 
Sir J. KE. Smith. The English Flora. 4 Vols. London. 
8vo. 
Achillea serrata, Hieracium britannicum (H. murorwm 
B seems to be this), Taraxacum corniculatum, Ornitho- 
galum nutans, Lastrea dilatata. 


Hook. & Tayl. 


Glover. 


Mag. Nat. Hist. 


Bloxam MS. 


Hook. Br. FI. 


Engl. Bot. Supplt. 


Baxter 


Watson’s N. B. G. 


Bloxam MS. 


5) 


PUBLICATIONS QUOTED, 33 


1827. 
W. J. Hooker and T. Taylor. Muscologia Britannica. 
Qnd Ed. London. 8vo. 
Leptodontium flexifolium. 


1829, 
R. Glover. History of the County of Derby. Derby. 
Roy. 8vo. This work contains a long but not very 
reliable list of plants, many with no locality given, con- 
tributed by two ladies, which after deducting errors, 
double records, and plants previously mentioned, yields 
a net list of 196 species. 


1829—35. 
J. C. Loudon. Magazine of Natural History. London. 
8vo. 
Tilia cordata, Rumex alpinus. 


1833. 
Andrew Bloxam. MS. list of plants found in and about 
Calke. 
Carex rostrata, Polystichum aculeatum. A list of 80 
mosses, of which a large proportion are new records. 


W. J. Hooker. The British Flora. London. 8vo. 
Seligeria pusilla, Encalypta streptocarpa, Schistostega 
osmundacea. 


1834. 
W. J. Hooker. Supplement to English Botany. Vol. II. 
London. 8vo. 
Metzgeria pubescens. 


1834—43. 
William Baxter. British Phenerogamous Botany, or 
Figures and Descriptions of the Genera of British 
Flowering Plants. 6 Vols. Oxford. 8vo. 
Claytonia alsinoides (1837). 


1835. 
H. C. Watson. The New Botanist’s Guide to the locali- 
ties of the rarer plants of Britain. Vol. I. London. 8vo. 
Hippocrepis comosa, Rubus Kehleri, afinis (R. dasy- 
phyllus), Potentilla verna, Potamogeton zosterefolwus, 
Scirpus Caricis, Carex disticha, C. axillaris, 


Andrew Bloxam. MS. 
Mnium undulatum. 


34 


Watson’s N. B. G. 
Suppt. 


An. Brit. F. 


Gem of the Peak. 


Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. 


Syn. Hep. 


Garner. 


Phyt. 


Gem of the Peak. 


Spruce, 


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1837. 
Supplement to N. B. G. 
Lythrum hyssopifolia, Oenanthe Phellandrium, Valeria- 
nella eriocarpa, Myposotis collina, Limosella, Lamium 
maculatum, Narcissus biflorus, Carex divulsa, C. binervis, 
C. pseudo-cyperus. 


Geo. W. Francis. An Analysis of British Ferns and 
their allies. London. 8vo, 
Lastrea spinulosa, 


1840, 
W. Adams. The Gem of the Peak, or Matlock Bath and 
its vicinity. London. 8vo. 
(Thuidiwm recognitum), Hylocomium splendens, Frullania 
dilatata, Radula complanata, Kantia trichomanis, 


Scapania resupinata, Pellia epiphylla. 


1842, 
W. Jardin. Annals and Magazine of Natural History. 
London. 8vo. 
Cephalozia stellulifera. 


1844. 
Gottsche, Lindenberg, and Nees. Synopsis Hepaticarum. 
Hamburghi. 8vo. 
Pedinophyllum interruptum. 


F. Garner. The Natural History of Staffordshire. 
London. 8vo. 

Lotus tenwis, Saxifraga umbrosa, Fissidens adiantoides, 
Rhacomitrium fasciculare, R. canescens, Ptychomitriwm 
polyphyllum, Tortula levipila, Barbula rigidula, Splach- 
num sphericum, Breutelia arcuata, Eurhynchiwm 
tenellum, Hypnum stellatum ? Hylocomiwm rugosum, 


Brullana Tamarisci, Scapania undulata. 


George Luxford. The Phytologist. Vol. I.,191. London. 
8vo. 
(Cephalozia stellulifera.) 


1845. 
W. Adams. The Gem of the Peak, or Matlock Bath 
and its vicinity. 4th Ed. London. S8vo. 
Quercus sessiliflora, Salix vitellina, Cystopteris fragilis 
v. dentata, Polystichum angulare. 
R. Spruce. The London Journal of Botany. No. 40. 
Orthotrichum Sprucei, O. tenellum, Mnium stellare. 


Whittaker, Phyt. 


Watson, Cyb. Brit. 


Buxton’s B. G. 


Gem of the Peak. 


Watson’s Cyb. Brit. 


Buxton Guide. 


Newman Brit. F. 


Smith MSS. 


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1847. 
Joseph Whittaker. The Phytologist. II. 901—3. 
Fumaria capreolata, Cochlearia Armoracia, Iberis amara, 
Epilobium tetragonum, Gnaphalium silvaticum, Picris 
echioides, Linaria repens, Veronica polita. 


1847—51. 
H. C. Watson. Cybele Britannica. Vols. I—II. London. 
8vo. 


Taraxacum palustre, Epipactis media. 


1849. 
Richard Buxton. Botanical Guide to plants within six- 
teen miles of Manchester. London. (Printed at Man- 
chester). 12mo. 
(Polystichum aculeatum), (Cinclidotus fontinaloides) 
Bryum pseudotriquetrum, Mnium rostratum, Hypnum 
palustre. 


1851. 
Thomas Adams. Gem of the Peak. 5th Ed. 
Drosera longifolia. 


1852. 

H. C. Watson. Cybele Britannica. Vol. III. Additional 
Species and Further Additional Notes. 

Hypericum elodes (confirming Glover’s record), Rubus 
plicatus, R. Lindleianus, R. pulcherrimus, R. Selmeri, 
R. rusticanus, R. pubescens, R. macrophyllus, R. Spren- 
gelii, R. leucostachys, R. Radula, KR. echinatus, RB. 
corylifolius, R, nemorosus. 


1854. 
W. H. Robertson, M.D. A Handbook to the Peak of 
Derbyshire, &c., or Buxton in 1854, with Map, &c. 
London. 


Linum perenne, Ribes nigrum, Crepis biennis. 


Edward Newman. A History of British Ferns. London. 
Svo. 


1854—70. 

G. E. Smith. MS. notes of the plants observed grow- 
ing wild, or recorded on credible authority, in the neigh- 
bourhood [10 miles range] of Osmaston-by-Ashbourne. 
Now at University College, Nottingham. 

Rosa micrantha, Galium tricorne, Habenaria chloroleuca, 
Carex teretiuscula, C. muricata, C. acuta, Apera Spica- 
venti, Catabrosa aquatica. 


36 


Johnson & Sowerby. 


Wilson. 


Phyt. N. S. 


Purchas. 


Watson, Cyb. Brit. 
Suppt. 
Garner. 


Phyt. N. S. 


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1855. 
Charles Johnson. J. E. Sowerby. The Ferns of Great 
Britain. London. 8vo. 
Lastrea Filix-mas, v. abbreviata. 
W. Wilson. Bryologia Britannica. London. 8vo. 
Ditrichum tenuifolium, D. flexicaule, Grimmia Doniana, 
Pottia bryoides, Encalypta vulg., vars. obtusifolia and 
pilifera, Funaria calearea, Neckera pumila, Pylaisia 
polyantha, Hurhynchium crassinervium, Amblystegium 
Aluviatile, A, Vallisclause, Hylocomium brevirostre. 


1858. 
A. Irvine. The Phytologist. New Series. pp. 482 and 
611. 
Galium insubricum, G. anglicum, Valerianella carinata, 
Scrophularia umbrosa, Sphagnum fimbriatum. 


1850—64. 
MS. list of mosses collected by Rev. W. H. Purchas and 
given to the Author. Twenty-five species are first records. 


1860. 
H. C. Watson. Supplement to Cybele Britannica. Part I, 
London, 8vo. 
R. Garner. Supplement to the Natural History of 
Staffordshire. London. 8vo. 
Arenaria tenutfolia. 


1861. 
The Phytologist. New Series. 


1863. 

Sir Oswald Mosley, Bart. The Natural History of 
Tutbury. Together with the Fauna and Flora of the 
District surrounding Tutbury and Burton-on-Trent. By 
Edwin Brown. With an Appendix. London. Imp. §6vo. 
Ranunculus circinatus, Eranthis hyemalis, Aconitum 
Napellus, Barbarea precox, Diplotaxis muralis, Viola 
ericetorum, Silene noctiflora, Rubus rosaceus v. infecun- 
dus, R. foliosus, Oenanthe fluviatilis, Peucedanum sati- 
vum, Valeriana sambucifolia, Calamintha officinalis, 
Stachys ambigua, Polygonum minus, Ceratophyllum 
demersum, Iris fetidissima, Juncus obtusiflorus, Lemna 
polyrrhiza, Potamogeton prelongus, P. pusillus, P. 
flabellatus, Carex wpilulifera, Festuca arundinacea, 
Brachypodium gracile, Nitella opaca. 

20 Mosses, some being new records, and 7 hepatics, all 
of them records, 


Engl. Bot. 


Crewe & Whittaker. 


Stevens. 


Purchas Cat. 


Wild Fl. Rept. 


Bab. Brit. Rub. 


Smith MSS. 


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Berthold Seemann. The Journal of Botany. London. 
8vo. 
Rubus Bloxamianus. 


1864—66. 
J. T. Boswell-Syme. English Botany. 3rd Ed. 11 Vols. 
London, Royal 8vo. 
Pyrus rupicola (1864), Galium nitidulum (1865), Arctium 
nemorosum (1866), Hieracium Pilosella v. pilosissimum 
(1866). 


1864. 


eh Harpur Crewe and Joseph Whittaker. MS. List of 


the principal flowering plants and ferns of Derbyshire, 
more especially in the immediate vicinity of Derby. 
Nov. 22nd. 

Thlaspi arvense, Trigonella, Trifolium hybridum, Apium 
inundatum, Valerianella rimosa, Arctium majus, Crepis 
taraxacifolia, Orobanche minor, Castanea sativa, Elodea, 
Eriophorum latifolium, Phalaris canariensis, Equisetum 
maximum. 


Mrs. T. M. Stevens. MS. List of Matlock Plants. 
Fragaria elatior, Samolus Valerandi. 


1865, 
W. H. Purchas. MS. Catalogue of plants in South 
Derbyshire and adjoining parts of Leicestershire. 


1866, 
Flora Repandunensis. The Wild Flowers of Repton. 
London. 8vo, 
Vicia angustifolia, Oenanthe crocata, Lamium hybridum. 


1869, 
C. C. Babington, M.A., F.R.S. The British Rubi; an 
attempt to discriminate the species of rubus known to 
inhabit the British Isles. London. 12mo, 
R. macrophyllus vy. amplificatus, R. Babingtonii (scaber). 


1870—1, 
R. Braithwaite. Journal of Botany, 
Seligeria acutifolia, v. longiseta (1870), Barbula recurvi- 
folia (1871). 

1871—81, 
G. E, Smith. MS. notes of plants observed in Derby- 
shire, in the neighbourhood of Ockbrook. Now at Uni- 
versity College, Nottingham. 
Tilia grandifolia, Anagalléts cerulea, Eleocharis acicu- 
laris, E. multicaulis. 


38 


Top. Bot. 


Holmes, Grevillea. 


Top. Bot. 


Bab. Man. 


B. li. Rec. 


Schimp. Syn. 


B. H. C. Rep. 


B. L. Rec. 


Manch. Crypt. Soc. 


B. L. Rec. 


Manch. Crypt. Soc. 


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1873. 
H. C. Watson. Topographical Botany. Part First. 
Thames Ditton. Printed for private circulation only. 
8vo. 
Polygonum lapathifolium, Rumex conglomeratus, Poly- 
gonatum officinale. 


EK. M. Holmes. Grevillea, ii., 169. 
Tortula brevirostris. 


1874 
H. C. Watson. The above. Part Second. 
Impatiens Noli-me-tangere, Rubus thyrsoideus, Habenaria 
bifolia (segregate), Zannichellia palustris. 
C. C. Babington. Manual of British Botany. 7th Ed. 
London. S8vo. 
(Epipactis media.) 


1876. 
Report of the Botanical Locality Record Club for 1875. 
London. 
Carex speirostachya. 
W. Ph. Schimper. Synopsis Muscorum europzorum. 
Qnd Ed. Stuttgartie. 8vo. 
Seligeria tristicha. 


1878 
The Report of the Botanical Exchange Club for 1876. 
London 
Ranunculus penicillatus, Callitriche verna (segregate). 


1879. 
Report of the Botanical Locality Record Club for 1878. 
Manchester. 
Myosotis repens. 
Report of the Manchester Cryptogamic Society. Man- 
chester. 8vo. 
Cynodontium Bruntoni, Fissidens pusillus, Barbula 
vinealis, Plagiobryum Zierii, Orthotheciwm intricatum, 
Eurhynchium pumilum, Blepharozia ciliaris, Bazzania 
trilobata. 

1880. 
The same for 1879, p. 74. 
Carex flacca v. stictocarpa ? 
Report of the Manchester Cryptogamic Society. 
(Seligeria tristicha), Scapania umbrosa, Jungermannia 
lurida. 


The Naturalist. 


Rept. F. & F. 


‘Be iy. Rec. 


Manch. Crypt. Soc. 
The Naturalist. 


Painter, J. B. 


Braithw. 


The Naturalist. 


Top. Bot. 


The Naturalist. 


Baker, J. B. 


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C. P. Hobkirk and G. T. Porritt. The Naturalist. 
Huddersfield. 8vo. 
Pleurochete squarrosa. 


1881. 
William Garneys. Contributions to the Flora and Fauna 
of Repton and Neighbourhood. London. 12mo. 
Ranunculus Drouettii, Hypericum calycinum, Linum 
angustifolium, Cuscuta trifolii, Mimulus luteus, Salix 


fragilis, S. purpurea, Lemna gibba. 


Report of the Botanical Locality Record Club for 1880. 
London, 

Ranunculus peltatus, Rosa involuta, Callitriche hamu 
lata. 


The Manchester Cryptogamic Society. 

Seligeria Doniana, Weissa calcarea. 

C. P. Hobkirk and G. T. Porritt. The Naturalist. 
Zygodon viridissimus Vv. vupestris. 

W. H. Painter. Notes on the Flora of Derbyshire. 
Journal of Botany. London. 8vo. : 
Ranunculus peltatus, and v. floribundus, R. Lenormandi, 
Papaver dubium vy. Lamottei, Polygala oxyptera, Sagina 
ciliata, Trifolium filiforme, Potentilla procumbens, 
Agrimonia odorata, (Hieracium britannicum (H. cesium) ), 
Sonchus asper, Veronica Tournefortii, Salix rubra, 
Populus canescens. 


1881—1902. 
R. Braithwaite, M.D. The British Moss-Flora. London. 
Roy. 8vo. Parts I. to XXI. which are all that are 
issued up to date, furnish first records of 22 species and 
11 varieties of mosses. 
C. P. Hobkirk and G. T. Porritt. The Naturalist. 
Jungermannia minuta, Preissia commutata. 


1883. 
H. C. Watson. Topographical Botany. 2nd Ed., cor- 
rected and enlarged. London. 8vo. 
Ranunculus pseudofluitans, Rubus scaber, R. hystriz, 
R. fuscoater, (Habenaria eu-bifolia), Luzula erecta. 
(Pedinophyllum interruptum.) 


1884. 
J. G. Baker, F.R.S. On the Upland Botany of Derby- 
shire. Journal of Botany. London. 8vo. 
Polygala serpyllacea, Rubus rhamnifolius, R. tubercu- 
latus, Rosa glauca, Salix triandra, Juniperus communis, 
Glyceria plicata. 


40 


West, J. B. 


Bids IN-; d..Bs 


The Naturalist. 


Haussknecht. 


Groves, J. B, 


B. L. Rec. 


Nat. Hist. Journ. 


Chest. S. N. Sc. 


Rogers, J. B. 


Purchas, J. B. 


The Naturalist. 
Groves, J. B. 


Holt, J. B. 


Manch. Crypt. Soc. 


The Naturalist. 


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W. West. On the Upland Botany of Derbyshire. 
Journal of Botany. London. 8vo, 
Lonicera Xylosteum. 


J. G. Baker, F.R.S. W. W. Newbould, M.A., F.L.S. 
Notes on the Flora of Matlock, Ib. 

Rubus dumetorum, varr, ferox and concinnus, R. coryli- 
folius, varr. sublustris and cyclophyllus, Potamogeton 
polygonifolius. 

Lejeunia calcarea, Scapania irrigua. 

C, Haussknecht. Monographie der Gattung Epilobium. 
Jena. 

Epilobium persicinum. 


H. and J. Groves. Notes on British Characee. Journal 
of Botany. London. Svo. 
Chara vulgaris v. longebracteata. 


1884—6. 
Report of the Botanical Locality Record Club. London. 
Ranunculus trichophyllus (see J.B., 1889); Mentha gen- 
tilis, Betula pubescens, Chara fragilis. 


18865. 
J. E. Clark. Natural History Journal. 
(Ophioglossum.) 


Proceedings of the Chester Society of Natural Science. 
(Anacharis.) 


W. Moyle Rogers, F.L.S. Notes on the Flora of Buxton. 
Journal of Botany. 
Rubus incurvatus, Saxifraga hirta (sponhemica). 


W. H. Purchas. Some more notes on Dovedale Plants. 
Journal of Botany. 

Stellaria umbrosa, Rubus fissus, R. carpinifolius 
(ramosus), BR. diversifolius. 


Tortula princeps. 


H. and J. Groves. Journal of Botany. 
Chara vulgaris v. crassicaulis. 


1886. 
G. A. Holt. Journal of Botany. 
Thamnium angustifolium. 
The Manchester Cryptogamic Society. 
Barbula Hornschuchiana. 
John Whitehead. The Mosses of Ashton-under-Lyne 
district. The Naturalist. London. 8vo. A long list of 
Mosses of which four are first records, 


Purchas, J. B. 


Watson B. E. C. Rep. 


The Naturalist. 


F]. Ashton. 


B. E. C. Rep. 


Painter, J. B. 


Pearson, J. B. 


Cc. D. 


Watson B. E. C. Rep. 
Trent C. M. 
The Naturalist. 


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1887. 
W. H. Purchas. <A list of plants observed in South 
Derbyshire. Journal of Botany. 
Viola silvestris (Reichenbachiana), Rubus calvatus, Calli- 
triche obtusangula, Potamogeton alpinus. 
Report of the Watson Botanical Exchange Club for 
1886—7. York. 8vo. 


Brachyodus trichodes, Grimmia trichophylla, Bartramia 
Oederi, Jungermannia pumila, Nardia hyalina. 


1888, 
The District Flora, as compiled by the Ashton-under- 
Lyne Botanical Society, including a list of the Mosses of 
the District, by Mr. J. Whitehead of Oldham. To this 
is added the Hepatice of the District round Manchester 
arranged by Mr. G. A. Holt of Manchester. Ashton- 
under-Lyne. 12mo. 
Sphagnum quinquefarium, Bryum filiforme, Hypnum 
intermedium, and 31 Hepatics. 


The Botanical Exchange Club Report for 1887. Man- 


chester. 
Rubus durescens, R. gratus, R. mucronatus, R. anglo- 
saxonicus, Salix caprea-viminalis (rugosa). 


W. BR. Linton. South Derbyshire Plants. Journal of 


Botany. 
Rosa mollis, v. cerulea, Sonchus arvensis, v. glabrescens, 
Tris acoriformis, Juncus supinus, v. Kochii, Carea 


paludosa y. Kochiana. 


1889. 
W. H. Painter. Additional Notes on the Flora of Derby- 
shire. Journal of Botany. 
(Fumaria pallidiflora), Hieracium rubiginosum, Wahlen- 
bergia hederacea, Pyrola minor. 
W. H. Pearson. Journal of Botany, 353. 
Lejeunia Rossettiana. 
W. H. Painter. A contribution to the Flora of Derby- 
shire, being an account of the Flowering Plants, Ferns, 
and Characee found in the County. London. 8vo. 
Ranunculus heterophyllus, R. Baudotii, Barbarea inter- 
media (App.), Viola arvensis, [Myriophyllum alterni- 
jlorum], (Eleocharis acicularis), 
Watson Botanical Exchange Club Report for 1888—9. 


Trent College Magazine. 


Physcomitrium patens. 


J. B. 


B. E. C. Rep. 


B. HK. C. Rep. 


Watson B. E. C. Rep. 
ING Ds Wl 


Rogers, J. B, 


The Naturalist. 


Tr. Burton. 


Holt MS. 


Townsend, J. B. 


PUBLICATIONS QUOTED. 


1890. 
The Botanical Exchange Club Report for 1889. Man- 
chester. 
(Hieracium britannicum.) 
W. R. Linton. The Journal of Botany. 
Hieracium holophyllum. 


1891. 
The Botanical Exchange Club Report for 1890. Man- 
chester. 
Rubus Rogersti (R. opacus), Rh. rudis, R. fuscus, Hier- 
acium sciaphilum. 


1893. 
The Botanical Exchange Club Report for 1892. Man- 
chester, 

1894. 
The Watson Botanical Exchange Club Report. 


John Whitehead. North Derbyshire Mosses. Journal 
of Botany, pp. 193—201. Reprinted as pamphlet (in 
1894) with a few corrections and additions. 

A list containing 273 species and 49 varieties. In a 
letter to the Author in 1895 Mr. Whitehead corrected 
the entry H. Sendtneri, to be deleted as erroneous, and 
added H. cordifolium. The list contains 32 new records. 


1895. 
W. Moyle Rogers, F.L.S. Journal of Botany. 
R. rhamnifolius, R. Lindeberg, R. rhombifolius, R. 
Schlechtendalii, R. pyramidalis, R. rosaceus, R. Roehleri, 
(R. sawxicolus) ? R. dumetorum v. fasciculatus, R. Bal- . 
fourianus. 
T. Gibbs and HE. Snelgrove, B.A. The Naturalist. 
London. 
(Rubus macrophyllus.) 


1896. 
Transactions of the Natural History and Archeological 
Society, Burton-on-Trent. 
Ranunculus trichophyllus. 
G. A. Holt. MS. list of hepatics of Derbyshire. Con- 
tains first records of 17 species and one variety. 

1897. 
Frederick Townsend. Journal of Botany. London. 
Euphrasia nemorora x Rostkoviana, E. Rostkoviana, 
EE. campestris, E. Kernert. 


Derbyshire Naturalist. 


Ley MS. 


B, E. C. Rep. 


M. EH. C. Rep. 


Painter, Nat. 


Pearson. 


J. B. & Dixon, J. B. 


Dixon, J. B. 


Gibbs. Nat. 


Flora of Bournemouth. 


Rogers Brit. Rub. 


B. E. C. Rep. 


Watson B. EH. C. Rep. 


PUBLICATIONS QUOTED. 43 


1898. 
The Derbyshire Naturalists’ Quarterly. Alfreton. Imp. 
8vo. 
Hypnum chrysophyllum, v. erectum. 


MS. list of Mosses contributed by Rev. A. Ley. 
Diphyscium foliosum, Tortula lamellata, Bryum murale, 
Eurhynchium circinatum, 


1899, 
The Botanical Exchange Club Report for 1898. Man- 
chester. 
Epipactis atrorubens, Festuca pratensis x Lolium 
perenne. 
The Report of the Moss Exchange Club. Stroud. 
Fontinalis Dixoni. 


W. H. Painter, Supplement to the Flora of Derbyshire. 
The Naturalist. London. 8vo. 

Medicago denticulata, Poterium polygamum, Sparganium 
microcarpum. 


W. H. Pearson. The Hepatice of the British Isles. 
London. Royal 8vo. 1899—1902, 
Scapania equiloba (1900). 


The Journal of Botany. 
Hieracium strictum v. subcrocatum ; Weissa crispata. 


1900. 
H. N. Dixon. Journal of Botany. 
Amblystegium compactum. 


Thomas Gibbs. The Naturalist. 
Varieties of Taraxacum. 


E, F. Linton, M.A. Flora of Bournemouth. Bourne- 
mouth. 8vo. 
Orchis ericetorum described. 


W. Moyle Rogers. Handbook of British Rubi. London. 
8vo. 

Rubus dumnoniensis, R. pallidus, R. rosaceus v. Pur- 
chasianus, R. Marshalli, BR. viridis {. (2), R. hirtus. 


The Report of the Botanical Exchange Club for 1899. 
Manchester, 

Rubus calvatus {, calvula, Crategus oxyacantha v. 
lacimata. 

The Report of the Watson Botanical Exchange Club. 
Birmingham. 

Potamogetum crispus x Friesii. 


44 


M. E. GC. Rep. 


Horrell, J. B. 


B. BH. C. Rep. 


Painter, Nat. 


M. HE. C. Rep. 


M. E. C. Rep. 


PUBLICATIONS QUOTED. 


Moss Exchange Club Report. 
Amblystegium Sprucet, Jungermannia cordifolia, Aneura 
pinguis, Targionia hypophylla, 
E. C. Horrell, F.L.S. Journal of Botany. 
Sphagnum turfaceum. 

1901. 
Report of the Botanical Exchange Club for 1900. 
Sagina apetala v. glabra, Rubus erythrinus, Huphrasia 
curta, Potamogeton crispus xX perfoliatus, Carex vulpina 
v. nemorosa, Alopecurus fulvus. 
W. Hz. Painter. The Naturalist. 
Bryum bimum. 


Moss Exchange Club Report. 
Scapania aspera. 

1902. 
Moss Exchange Club Report. 
Kantia Sprengelit. 


Hb. 


Hb, 


Hb. 


Ab. 


Hb. 


Hb. 


Ab. 


HD. 


Hb. 


Bailey. 


Bicheno. 


Carr. 


Holt. 


Leic. Museum. 


Mason. 
Salt. 


Syme. 


Whitehead. 


45 


HERBARIA 


QUOTED IN THE FLORA. 


The Herbarium of Mr. C. Bailey, Manchester. 


Collection of J. E. Bicheno, at Swansea. (Published in the 
Naturalist, Nov., 1902.) ; 


Prof. J. W. Carr’s Herbarium, Nottingham. 
Mr. G. A. Holt’s Collection of Hepatics. 

The Herbarium at the Museum, Leicester. 
Mr. P. B. Mason’s Collection, Burton-on-Trent. 
Jonathan Salt’s Collection, Sheffield Museum. 


The Herbarium of Mr. J. T. Boswell, in possession of 
F. J. Hanbury, Esq., London. 


Mr. J. Whitehead’s Collection of Carices, Mosses and 
Hepatics, in possession of Prof. T. Barker, Buxton. 


46 


ABBREVIATIONS AND 


sp. 
sub. nom. 
ois 


t. 


* 


Annual. 

Biennial. 

Catalogue. 

Edition. 

Form. 

fide, in the belief of. 
loco citato, quoted above. 
Manuscript. 

Perennial. 

Partly. 

Shrub. 

Specimen. 

Under the name of. 
Tree. 

Teste, attested by. 

More or less recently introduced, alien, casual. 


Seen by the Author in situ or as dried specimens. 


After a variety means that the Author so enclosed regarded it as a species. 


SIGNS. 


Errors, extinctions, or very doubtful plants are thus enclosed. 


47 


PHANEROGAMIA. 


A. ANGIOSPERMA. 


1. DICOTYLEDONES. 


RANUNCULACEA. 


CLEMATIS 1. 


C. Vitalba Z. Traveller's Joy. Old Man’s Beard. 

Denizen. EG. Waste and bushy places. Rare. S. July-Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Matlock Bath, on limestone walls, Milnes, C.D. Heights of Abraham, 
Drabble. 

G2. Wingfield Manor; Shottle Gate, introduced in both localities? Gibbs. 

Tl. Churchyard, Mugginton, Feilden. 

T3. Ticknall Quarry, Rept. F. & F. 

Almost certainly not native in all the above localities. 


THALICTRUM J. 


T, collinum Wally. Top. Bot., 7. minus, ‘‘ Howitt Cat.,’’ and 7. mon- 
tanum, ‘‘Syme herb.”’ T. flecuosum Rehb. T. minus v. montanun, 
Syme. 

Native. SB. Dales and rocky slopes on limestone. Rare. P. July-Aug. 
First record, Martyn Phil. Trans. XXXVI., 1729. 
L. The Winnats, Peveril Castle, and Cave Dale, Castleton, West, J.B. 

Monsal Dale; Cressbrook Dale, Painter, J.B.  Priestcliffe Lees, near Miller’s 

Dale, C.D. Middleton Dale, Mag. Nat. Hist. 


T. flavum L. Meadow Rue. Top. Bot., ‘‘ Howitt Cat ”’ 
Native. E. Stream sides, osier beds, moist places. Local. P. June-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
L. Monk’s Dale, Wormhill, West, J.B. Castleton, Searle, C.D. Rocks 
near Lover’s Leap, Buxton (900 ft.), Levinge. 
G2. Banks of R. Derwent near Duffield Church, Pilkington. 


48 RANUNCULACES. 


C. The Hague, Renishaw, ‘“ Morisonii?” Waterfall. Alfreton Brook, 
Coke in Pilkington. ; 

P. Pleasley Brook, Coke tn Pilkington. 

T2. Thrumpton, Hassé, C.D. Banks of R. Derwent near Breadsall, 
Whittaker, Phyt. R. Derwent below Derby, Pilkington. 

T3. Near Swarkston Bridge, Bloram. Bull’s osier-bed, Repton, Hagger, 
C.D. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Anchor Church, Harris, C. D. 


ANEMONE J. 


A. nemorosa Ll. JVood Anemone. 
Native. B. Woods, hedge banks, field borders. Common. P. April-May. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
General throughout the County. Frequently with purple flowers in 
Districts Tl and T3. 


*Adonis autumnalis LZ. Pheasant’s Eye. 
Alien. G. Top. Bot. [57]. 
“In the fields, but not very common,’ Johnson in Pilkington, 1789. 
A garden weed at Spital, Chesterfield, Drabble. 


MYOSURUS /. 


M. minimus L. Mousetail. 
Native. GE. Arable land. Rare and local. A. May-June. 
First record, Withering, 1787. 
G2. Darley Dale, Rowland, C.D. 
Tl or 2. Cornfields, near Derby, Bot. Guide. 
T3. Drakelow and Stapenhill, Hb. Mason ! 


RANUNCULUS /. 


R. circinatus Sibth. 

Native. EG. Ponds and slow streams. Abundant locally. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Nat. Hist. Tutb., 1863. 

L. Matlock Bath, Bailey, C.D. 

G2. Canal near Cromford, Bailey, B. L. Rec., 1884-6, 85. 

C. Spinkhill, near Chesterfield; plentiful at Quarry Dam, Park Hall 
Woods, near Renishaw, Waterfall. Canal near Kirk Hallam. 

P. Whaley Mill, Bolsover. 

Tl. Ponds between Shirley and Osmaston; Barton Fields. 

T2. Between Stanton-by-Dale and Dale Abbey, Painter, Natt. Ditch 
near Long Haton between the Erewash and the Trent. 

T3. Small pond or reservoir at the upper end of Dimminsdale, Calke ; 
ornamental water in Melbourne Gardens, Purchas, J.B, Bretby Ponds, Gibbs. 


Milton, Hb. Mason! RR, Trent, and brook near Bull’s Farm, Repton, Rept. 
ind oF, 


RANUNCULACEZ. 49 


R. fluitans Zam. Top. Bot. ‘‘ Bab. Herb.” 

Native. E. Rivers and streams. Frequent. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. R. aquatilis. 

L. lLathkil Dale, “ R. Bachwt Wirtg.,” The Naturalist. The same variety 
in the Dove, Dovedale, Nowers. Bradwell, Painter, Natt. 

G2. R. Derwent, Whatstandwell, Bailey, C.D. R. Derwent, Ecclesbourne 
and Duffield, Glover. Hillcliff Lane, between Idridgehay and Shottle. 

C. South Normanton Common, P2lkington. 

Tl. Markeaton Brook, Pilkington! Brailsford Brook, B.H.C. Repp. 1888, 
109, and 1893, 398. Between Chellaston and Swarkeston, Painter, Natt. Barton 
Blount and Barton Fields; R. Dove at Tutbury. 

T2. R. Derwent at Breadsall, Crewe & Whittaker. Canals below Osmaston, 
and near Chaddesden and Spondon; Trent Lock. 
T3. About Burton-on-Trent, Harris, C.D. KR. Trent, Repton; Willington, 

Rept F. d F. Canal at Egginton, Gibbs. Brook N.E. of Swarkeston. 

This plant has frequently a hairy receptacle, which tends to become glab- 

rescent with age. 


R. pseudofluitans Hiern. R. pseudofluitans Bab. p.p. 
Native. Rivers. Not common. P. June-July. 
First record, Top. Bot., 1883, Hiern (R. penicillatus); also Journ. Bot., 
1884, 334. 
L. Near Haddon, Barrow. RK. Lathkil; R. Bradford; Dovedale, Pwrchas. 
C. R. Rother, C.D. App. R. Doe Lea, near Renishaw, Waterfall. 


R. trichophyllus Chaix. 

Native. E. Ponds. Not common. P. May-Aug. 

First records, B.L. Rec., 1884-6; J.B., 1889, 178. 

L. Via Gellia, J.B., 1889. Monk’s Dale; pond between Great Rocks Dale 
and Fairfield Common. 

C. Millpond, N.E. of Fritchley; ditch at Ault Hucknall. 

P. By Nether Langwith. 

Tl. Marshy ground by the railway below Findern. 

T2. Pond close to the canal below Chellaston ; near Sawley, in a backwater 
west of the village. 

T3. Bretby, Gibbs. Brizlincote, Nowers in Tr. Burton. Brook above 
' Egginton. 


R. Drouettii Godr. 

Native. E. Ponds and streams. Rather rare. P. May-July. 

First record, Rept. F. d F., 1881. 

L. Ponds in the Via Gellia, Purchas. R. Wye at Ashford. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. 

T2. Near Long Eaton, by the footway to the Trent and Erewash Junction. 

T3. Tramway at Ticknall (t. Syme), Purchas, J.B. Twyford Brook, 
Rept. H. & F. 


E 


50 RANUNCULACE. 


R. heterophyllus /Veb. 
Native. Streams. Rare. P. May-Aug. 
First record, C.D., 1889. 
Tl. Mickleover; Mackworth, Bindley. 
T2. lLitchurch, Derby; Morley, C.D. 


R. p eltatus Schran.: 

Native. B. Ponds and ditches. Not uncommon. P. May-Aug. 

First record, Painter, J.B., 1881. 

L. Monyash, Painter, J.B. Between Grange Mill and Long Cliff, Bailey, 
C.D. Pools on the limestone plateau between the Dove and the Wye, Purchas, 
J.B. 

G1. Chapel Reservoir. 

G2. Chatsworth, Baker, J.B. Baslow, Painter, J.B. Shallow edge of Mill- 
dam, R. Amber, Ashover, Bailey, B.L. Rec. 1881, 202 (approaching R. floribundus. 
B.E.C. Rep., 1882, 64). 

C. By Beauchief Abbey; in a large pool, about a mile east of Killamarsh. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. 

T2. Old bed of the Derwent, Litchurch, Derby, Painter, J.B. 

T3. Repton, Mason in Tr. Burton. Twyford, Nowers. 


Var. floribundus (Bab.). 

L. Pit near Grange Mill, and roadside near Aldwark Grange, Bailey, B.L. 
Rec., 1884-6, 85. Near Arbor Low, Purchas. 

G2. Farley Paddocks, Baslow, Painter, J.B. 

C. West Hallam; Great Pond, Wingerworth; Shirland; Tibshelf; Sutton 
Scarsdale ; Hardwick. 

P. Pebley Pond, Barlborough. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Upper Pond, Osmaston-by-Ashbourne; marsh, 


Yeldersley Lane; pond at Wyaston, towards Rodsley; between Cubley and 
Marston Montgomery ; Hilton Common. ; 

T2. Ponds at Boulton, Painter, J.B. Near Trent Station; Long Eaton ; 
Sawley. ‘ 

T3. Pools at Ticknall, and at the Dimminsdale Lime Yard, Calke (t. Syme), 
Purchas, J.B. Twyford; Repton, Hb. Mason! 


Var. penicillatus (Hiern). 

B.E.C. Rep. for 1876, 1878. 

L. Lathkil Dale, Bailey in B.E.C. Rep., 1876. Monsal Dale, Bailey, C.D. 
Very abundant in the Wye in Ashwood Dale and Miller’s Dale up to 300 yards, 
Baker, J.B. 

G2. In a large pool at Calver. 


R. Baudotii Godr. 
Native. HB. Pools. Rare. P. June-Aug. 
First record, C.D., 1889. 
L. Monk’s Dale, Wormhill (¢. J. Groves), Searle, C.D. 


RANUNCULACEZ. 51 


R. Lenormandi /. Schultz. 

Native. E. Wet places, ditches, etc., especially on moorland. Locally 
abundant. P. April-Aug. 

First record, Painter, J.B., 1881. 

Gl. Axe Edge, in two places very near the top, over 550 yards; in the 
hollow west of Buxton, Rogers, B.L. Rec. 1884-6, and J.B. Kinder Scout; 
Combes Moss, Painter, J.B. Win Hill, Gibbs. Reaps, near Crowden; west of 
Combes Tor, near Charlesworth ; Wild Moor, R. Goyt; Chinley; near Ashopton 
Inn and Snake Inn; Woodseats, Castleton; Rushup Edge; Hood Brook, Hather- 
sage; R. Westend. 

G2. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Abney Clough; Froggatt; Otterdale, below 
Shatton Moor; Chatsworth; Baslow. 

Cc: Wadshelf, towards Upper Loads. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Hulland Moss; wet place by Bradley 
Brook. 

T3. ‘It occurred in very small quantity in a roadside ditch between Calke 
and Melbourne, evidently as a remnant of the ancient vegetation of Melbourne 
Common, but disappeared after a season or two,” Pwrchas, J.B. 


R. hederaceus Ll. lvy-leaved Crowfoot. 

Native. B. Wet places, margins of streams and ponds. Local. P. May- 
Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

I. Matlock Bath; Bonsall, Rowland, C.D. Buxton, Rogers, J.B. Bradwell, 
Painter, Nat'. Wardlow Mires; Bradford. 

Gl. Snake Inn, The Naturalist. Swamps to 500 yards, Baker, J.B. 
Dinting; Combes Moss; Lydgate, Eccles Pike. 

G2. Dore Moor, The Naturalist. Ashover, Bailey, C.D. Near Robin 
Hood’s Stride, Birchover, Carr, C.D. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Bamford ; Abney 
Clough; Otterdale, below Shatton Moor; Great Hucklow; Brough; slope east of 
Bradwell; Edensor. 

C. Sutton Scarsdale; Brackenfield Green. South Normanton Common, 
Pilkington. 

Tl. Hilton, Hassé, C.D. By the side of the London Road, Derby; and 
near Mr. Bennet’s, Mackworth, Pilkington. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Shirley ; 
Mugginton; Aston, near Sudbury; Hatton; Bradley Brook; Ladyhole, Ash- 
’ bourne. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, J.B. Dale, Hassé, C.D. 

T3. Milton, Repton; Repton Rocks; near Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B, 
Tramway near Ticknall, Purchas, J.B. Foremark Park, Wild Fl. Rept. 


R. sceleratus Ll.  Celery-leaved Crowfoot. 

Native. B. Ditches and wet places. Local. A. June-Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. ; 

C. Between Norton and Heeley, The Natwralist. Canal side, Staveley, 
Drabble. Near Codnor Castle. 


Aye RANUNCULACES. 


P. Whaley Mill, Bolsover. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Church Broughton; Sudbury; Hatton ; 
Radbourn ; marshes by the canal below Findern. 

T2. Morley and Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. By Borrowash Railway 
Station, Painter, J.B. Near Shacklecross, Hassé, C.D. Trent Lock; by the 
Canal, Sandiacre. 

T3. Ticknall, Purchas, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Drakelow, Hb. Mason ! 
Linton, N.H. Tutb. Common about Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Willington ; 
Bretby Park; Winshill; Croxall, Gibbs. 


R. Flammula Ll. Lesser Spearwort. 

Native. B. Wet places, bogs, heaths. Frequent. P. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Generally distributed throughout the County ; varying very much according 
to situation. A robust, erect form, with strongly serrate leaves, occurs near 
Rowarth (G1), which J. Freyn considered to be var. serratus D.C., B.H.C. Rep. 
for 1898. . 


Var. radicans Nolte. 
Gl. By Rowarth Brook, below Rowarth. 
C. Brackenfield Green; Great Pond, Wingerworth. 
T3. Linton Heath, J.T.H. in Tr. Burton. 


R. Lingua LZ. Great Spearwort. Top, Bot. ‘‘ Derby?” 

Native. EB. Ditches, canals. Very rare. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

G2. Matlock, Stevens. Cottage Pond, Chatsworth, Adams, G.P. 

C. South Normanton, Coke in Pilkington. 

T3. Melbourne Pool, formerly, Crewe and Whittaker. Ingleby and Knowl 
Hills, Glover. 


R. auricomus Ll. (Goldilocks. Wood Crowfoot. } 

Native. BE. Woods, hedgebanks. Frequent. P. April-May. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Near Dovedale, Purchas. Youlgreave; Via Gellia; Wirksworth, Gibbs. 

G2. Ashover, Bailey, C.D. Near Dethick, Gibbs. 

C. Hague Lane, Renishaw, Waterfall. Between Norton and Kckington, 
The Naturalist. Beighton; near Wingerworth, Gibbs. Spital, Chesterfield, 
Drabble. 

Tl. About Derby, C.D. Sutton-on-the-Hill; near Tutbury; Findern ; 
Etwall, Gibbs. Near Sudbury, Painter, Natt. Mickleover, Bundley. Markeaton, 
Glover. Shirley; Longford; Radbourn. 

T2. About Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Winshill, Gibbs. 

The plant with fully developed flowers is the usual one met with; that with 
abortive petals occurring here and there. 


RANUNCULACES. 58 


R. acris L. Buttercup. Meadow Crowfoot. 
Native. B. Meadows, pastures, waysides. Common. P. May-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
The only form noticed is vulgatus Jord. 


R. repens L. Creeping Buttercup. 
Native. B. Waste places, roadsides, fields. Common. P, May-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
*“ Ascends to near the top [1,810 ft.] of Axe Edge,” Rogers, J.B. 


BR. bulbosus LZ. Buibous Buttercup. 

Native. BE. Meadows and pastures. Common, P. May-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

“Tn a meadow above Little Chester, where beautiful specimens with full 
double flowers may be found,” Glover. 


R. Sardous Crantz. R&R. hirsutus Curt. R. philonotis Ehrh. Top. Bot. 

“¢ Howitt Cat.” 

Native? EB. Waste places, cultivated ground. Rare and local. A, 
June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Tl or T2. Derby, Howitt in Top. Bot. Not unfrequent near Derby, 
Pilkington. 

T3. Brizlincote, near Stapenhill, N.H. Tutb. Field on the way to Anchor 
Church, Repton, Rept. F. d F. Calke, Bloram. About Burton, Hb. Mason ! 


R. parviflorus /. 
Native? E. Dry waste ground. Very rare. A. June-Aug. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
T2. On the bank of the canal, near Borrowash, Glover. 
T3. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Burton, Hb, Mason ! 


R. arvensis L. Corn Crowfoot. 

Native. EE. Arable land. Not uncommon. A. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Gl. Near Stirrup Wood, Charlesworth, Fl. Ashton. 

G2. Matlock, Stevens. 

C. Cornfields near Barrow Hill, Chesterfield ; near The Hague, Renishaw, 
Waterfall. North Wingfield Dam, Coke in Pilkington. Kirk Hallam; Cutthorpe, 
Old Brampton. 

P. Bolsover; Langwith; near Shirebrook. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Bradley; Rodsley; Barton Park; Hilton 
Common; Boyleston Old Hall; near The Bent, Church Broughton; Marston 
Montgomery. 

T2. Ockbrook; Spondon, Hassé, C.D. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Near 
Trent Station; Risley Park. 

T3. Ticknall Limeworks, Purchas, J.B. Fields on Askew Hill, Wild Fl, 
Rept. Repton; Burton, Hb. Mason! 


54 RANUNCULACES. 


BR. Ficaria L. Lesser Celandine.  Pilewort. 

Native. B. Hedgebanks, pastures. Common. P. March-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

General through the County. The common form is var. divergens F.Sz., 
but good examples of var. trcumbens F.Sz. occur at Shirley, Sudbury (J.G.W. in 
Ty. Burton), and doubtless elsewhere. The two varieties are connected by 


intermediate forms. 


CALTHA J. 


C. palustris LZ. Marsh Marigold. 

Native. B. Wet meadows, ditch-sides, osier-beds. Common, except on 
limestone. P. April-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Meadow-bouts. 

L. Matlock and Dovedale; rare, B. cd N., J.B. Miller’s Dale, Rogers, 
J.B. Ashwood Dale, Buxton, Jewitt. Monk’s Dale. 

Gl. Edale; Chapel-en-le-Frith, especially about the Reservoir. 

G2. Cromford Canal, Rogers, J.B. Blake Brook, near Baslow; Kelstedge. 

C. Renishaw Canal, Waterfall. Millpond N.E. of Fritchley; Horsley 
Gate; Great Pond, Wingerworth; Walton Wood; Shirland; Hardwick; Pebley 
Pond. 

P. Langwith Wood. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Bradley; Shirley; Longford; Cubley Brook ; 
Radbourn ; Marston-on-Dove. 

T2. Breadsall Meadow, Glover. 

T3. Boggy plantations at Calke, and elsewhere, Purchas, J.B. 


Var. Guerangerii (Bor.). 
Tl. Ash Cover, Bradley, B.E.C. Rep. 1889, 244, and 1893, 398; Hollington, 
Longford; Brailsford Brook. Always occurring with the type, and distinguished 


from it mainly by the narrower non-contiguous sepals. 


TROLLIUS JZ. 


T. europeeus Ll. Globe Flower. 

Native. S. Sub-alpine pastures and copses on limestone, Rare. P, June- 
Aug. 

First record, Bot. Guide, 1805. 

L. Hill opposite the Railway Station, Miller’s Dale, Rogers, J.B. Monsal 
Dale and Monk’s Dale, West, J.B. lLover’s Leap, Buxton, Green, C.D, Via 
Gellia, Rowland, C.D. Demon’s Dale, Taddington, Glover. Litton Dale, near 
Tideswell, B.G. Chee Tor; Brassington Rocks, Painter, J.B. Cressbrook 
Dale. 


RANUNCULACE. 55 


HELLEBORUS /. 
H. viridis LZ. (Green Hellebore. 

Native. EG. Woods, hedges, pastures, mostly on limestone. Rare and 
local. P. Feb.-May. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Wormhill; Lathkil Dale, Painter, J.B. Conksbury Bridge, and small 
valley opening into it, Cary. Doveside, Thorpe, Sm. MSS. Near Lea Hall Farm, 
Tissington (introduced?), and Wolfscote Hill; Matlock, Purchas. Ashwood 
Dale, Buxton Guide. Slopes west of Matlock Bath. 

P. Woodhouse, Bolsover, Waterfall, C.D. 

T3. Established in woods at Drakelow, Hb. Mason! 

This plant is frequently the remains of cultivation, as it had formerly a 
reputation for use amongst animals, and is still frequently to be seen in old 
farmhouse gardens. 


H. foetidus Ll. Stinking Hellebore. 

Native? EG. Woods, especially on limestone. Rare. P. Feb.-April. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Bearsfoot. Setterwort. 

L. Abundant on the limestone rocks, Cromford, Whittaker, B.L. Rec. 1875, 
117. Bakewell, Painter, J.B. Rocks, Hartington Dale; Matlock Bath, Purchas. 
Between Matlock Bath and Bonsall, Gibbs. 

G2. Cromford Moor; Dethick, Pilkington. 

C. Walls of Codnor Castle (probably the same plant gathered as H. viridis 
by Smith (C.D.), but referred to this by Howitt in Watson’s N.B.G.). 

Tl. Plantation, Mickleover, Bindley. 


*Hranthis hyemalis Salish.  Aconite. 

Alien. Parks, plantations, shrubberies. P. Feb.-April. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

L. Haddon Hall, naturalised, Crewe and Whittaker. 

T3. Repton, Rept. F. & F. Coppices and shrubberies at Coton Hall, and 
Vicarage grounds, Stapenhill, N.H. Tutb. 


AQUILEHGIA J. 
A. vulgaris LZ. Colwnbine. 
Native. EI. Woods and thickets. Local. P. June-July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

; L. Monsal Dale; Cressbrook Dale; Bakewell, Painter, J.B. Ashwood 
Dale; Miller’s Dale, Green, C.D. Moorlands, Buxton, Garner. Limestone bank 
at Matlock Bath, perhaps not indigenous, B. & N., J.B. (this is recorded in 
Sm. Eng. F. as A. vulgaris, B. alpina). Via Gellia, Hb. Mason! At the back 
of Haddon Hall, Glover. Great Rocks Dale. 

P. Whitwell Wood, Gibbs! Pleasley Park, Coke in Pilkington. Scarclitte 
Park Wood, abundant. 

T3. Willington, probably an escape, Rept. F. dé F. Drakelow, Painter, J.B. 
Calke Park, Blowam (very rare and long extinct, Purchas). In a large wood 
at Foremark, N.H. Tutb. 


56 BERBERIDEA). NYMPH EACER. 


*Delphinium Ajacis Reichb. Larkspur. 
Alien. 
T3. Willington, W.G. in Tr. Burton. Repton, Painter, Natt. 


*Aconitum Napellus Ll. Monkshood. 
Alien, AI. 
First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 
L. Wormhill, West, J.B. Roadside, near Bradbourn Mill. 
G2. Woodland, Stanton Park, near main road. 
T3. On a shady bank alongside of Drakelow Brook, truly wild, N.A. Tutb. 


BERBERIDEA. 


BERBERIS 2. 


B. vulgaris lL. Barberry. 

Native. E. Hedges. Local. S. May-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Pipperidgebush. 

C. Millhouses, near Sheffield, Paznter, Natt. 

P. Near Markland Grips, Clowne. 

Tl. Hedges at Mackworth, Pilkington. Shirley. 

T2. Near the Church, Boulton, Whittaker, Phyt. Near the Church, 
Morley, Whittaker, J.B. Breadsall, naturalised, Crewe and Whittaker. 

T3. Calke Park, Bloxam. Drakelow, J.T.H. in Tr. Burton. Winshill, 
N.H. Tutb. Bretby, probably planted, Gibbs in Tr. Burton. 


NYMPHAEACEA. 


NYMPHAHA L. 


N. lutea ZL. Vellow Water Lily. 

Native. EB. Lakes, pools, rivers. Frequent. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

G2. Chatsworth, Baker, J.B. Pools in Hassop Park. 

C. Renishaw Canal, Waterfall, C.D. Canal near Kirk Hallam; near 
Mastin Moor; canal near Shipley Gate. Wingerworth, Pilkington. Hardwick, 
Glover. 

Tl. Ponds between Shirley and Osmaston. 

T2. Canal near Trent Lock; Sawley; near Sandiacre. Trent ponds, 
Pilkington. Breadsall Priory, Glover. 

T3. Old Trent, Repton, Wild. Fl. Rept. Swarkeston Meadow, Crewe and 
Whittaker. Drakelow, Nowers. Calke Park, Purchas, J.B. Foremark, Hassé, 
C.D, Bretby Ponds, Gibbs. Pond near canal at Egginton. 


NYMPH ACER. PAPAVERACE®. SI | 


CASTALIA Salisd. 


C. speciosa Salish. White Water Lily. Nymphea alba L. 

Native, though in many places introduced. B. Lakes, pools, rivers. Not 
common. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

G2. Ambergate, F. A. Lees, C.D. Wigwell, near Wirksworth, Milnes, C.D. 

C. Norton, Hb. Salt. Wingerworth; West Hallam, Glover. Wingfield 
Pond; Hardwick Pond, Pilkington. 

Tl. Weston-upon-Trent, Atkinson, C.D. 5 

T3. Calke Park, Rept. F. d F. Trent near Burton; Decoy, Drakelow, 
R.G. and J.E.N. in Tr. Burton. Walton, N.H. Tuth. Anchor Church Ponds, 
Glover. 


PAPAVERACEA. 


PAPAVER J. 


*P. somniferum L. Opium Poppy. 

Alien. Waste places. Very rare. A. June-July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Near Bakewell, a garden escape, West, J.B. Quarry refuse, near Wood- 
seats, Cromford, Bailey, C.D. Railway near Matlock Bridge, Stevens. 

T3. Stapenhill; Drakelow, E.B. and J.T.H. in Tr. Burton. 


P. Rheeas LZ. Common Red Poppy. 

Native or Colonist. EB. Arable land. Not very common. A. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

G2. Whatstandwell, only seen once, B. and N., J.B. Bubnell, Baslow ; 
Chatsworth; by R. Derwent, near Little Eaton. 

C. About Chesterfield, Waterfall, C.D. Sutton; Sheepbridge; near 
Hackenthorpe; Eckington; near Beauchief Abbey; near Hardwick Wood; 
Kirk Hallam; Alfreton; Barlborough. 

P. Clowne; Houghton; Bolsover; Pleasley. 

Tl. About Derby, Painter, J.B. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Hulland. 

T2. About Trent Station; Long Eaton; Sawley Junction; Chaddesden, 
Pilkington. 

T3. Linton; Cauldwell, Painter, J.B. Cornfields near Calke, Purchas, J.B. 
Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Burton; Drakelow, Hb. Mason. 


Var. strigosum (Boenn). 
Tl. Hulland, near the Knob. 


P. dubium J. 


Native or Colonist. B. Arable land, waste ground. Frequent. A. June- 
Aug. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 


58 PAPAVERACER. 


Var. Lamotte: (Bor.), Painter, J.B., 1881. 

L. <A scrap seen on a cliff in Monsal Dale, Baker, J.B. Stoney Middleton. 

G2. Duffield; Baslow, Painter, J.B. Cultivated fields near Matlock, B. and 
N., J.B. Cromford Canal, Rogers, J.B. 

C. About Chesterfield, Waterfall, C.D. Coal Aston; Dale. 

P. Markland Grips; Pleasley. 

Tl. Railway, Mickleover, Bindley. Hulland; Shirley; Church Broughton ; 
near the ‘“‘Spread Hagle,”’ near Findern; Chellaston. 

T2. ‘Stanhope Arms” sandpit, Ockbrook, Hassé, C.D. Near Trent Station; 
Sawley Junction. 

T3. Linton; Cauldwell, Painter, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Ticknall 
Fields, rare, Pwrchas, J.B. Roadside, east of Egginton Common. 


Var. Lecoqgii (Lam.). 
Gl. Casual in waste ground, Bamford Station. 
G2. Near Matlock, B. and N., J.B. 
P. Elmton, in crops; Pleasley. 
Tl. Findern, Bindley. Dalebrook, near Sudbury. 
T2. Sparingly by the railway, S. of Trent Station; near Dale. 


P. Argemone /. 

Native or Colonist. BE. Arable land. Rather rare. A. June-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

C. Shirland. 

P. Pleasley. 

Tl. Field behind Copse Hill, Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Smith MSS. 
Hulland. 

T2. Morley; Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Near Trent Station. 

T3. Repton, Rept. F. d F. Linton; Cauldwell, Painter, J.B. Ticknall 
Fields, rare, Purchas, J.B. Burton, Hb. Mason. Calke, Bloxam. Between 
Drakelow and Stanton, N.H. Tutb. Coton, B.G. in Tr. Burton. 


*Meconopsis cambrica /iy. Welsh Poppy. 
Alien. AI. 
L. One Ash Grange, Youlgreave, remains of cultivation, 0.D. Heights 
of Abraham and other woods, Matlock Bath; Bakewell, Crewe and Whittaker. 
T3. Stapenhill; Burton, Hb. Mason. 


CHELIDONIUM J. 


C. majus 2. Greater Celandine. 

Denizen. EB. Hedgebanks and waste places near buildings. Frequent. 
P. May-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Over Haddon, Painter, J.B. Roadsides at Cromford and Matlock Bath, 
B. and N., J.B. Via Gellia, Rogers, J.B. Youlgreave, Gibbs. Dovedale, Nowers. 
Hopton; Alport; Brassington Rocks. 


PAPAVERACEA. FUMARIACER. 59 


G2. Shottle. Little Eaton, Pzlkington. 

C. The Hague, Renishaw, Waterfall. 

P. Bolsover, at Oxcroft. 

Tl. Stenson, near Derby, C.D. Mickleover; Etwall, Painter, Natt. 
Wyaston; Hatton; near Tutbury Station. Churchyard at Mackworth, Pilkington. 

T2. Morley; Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. and C.D. Sandiacre. 

T3. Common about Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Milton and Ingleby, 
Hagger, C.D. Calke Village, doubtless introduced, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. 
Repton, Rept. F. & F. 


FUMARIACEA. 
NECKERIA ‘cp. 


*N. lutea Scop. Yellow Fumitory. Corydalis lutea DC. 

Alien. Old walls near houses. Rare. P. May-June. 

First record, Withering, 1796. Fumaria lutea. 

L. Occasionally on walls as about Matlock Bridge Station, B. and N., 
J.B. Bonsall, Matlock Bath, ete., Phyt. N.S. 1858, 609. Wormhill, Painter, J.B. 
Near Youlgreave, Green, C.D. Cromford; Wirksworth, Gibbs. ‘“ First found 
in England by Mr. Howard, growing on old walls near Castleton,” Withering. 
Snitterton. 

G2. Crich, Painter, J.B. Duffield, Watson’s N.B.G. Milltown, near 
Ashover, Drabble. 

C. Walton, near Chesterfield, Drabble. 

T3. Walton Hall, #.B. im Tr. Burton. 


N. claviculata V.£. Brown. Climbing Fumitory. 


Corydalis claviculata D.C. Top. Bot. ““J.E. Bowman MS.” 

Native. BA. Woods and woody sides of streams, avoiding limestone. 
Local. A. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Fumaria claviculata. 

G2. Birchover, Pwrchas, J.B. Matlock, Watson’s N.B.G. Ambergate ; 
Morley Moor, Painter, J.B. Alderwasley, Gibbs. Chatsworth, Hb. Mason! 
Grindleford, Painter, Natt. Pincham’s Hill, Belper. Dethick, Pilkington. 

C. Horsley Castle Wood, Hassé, C.D. Breadsall Moor, Whittaker, Phyt. 
Barlow Lees; Brierly Wood, Unstone; Moor Lawn Coppice, Holymoorside ; 
Walton Wood. 

Tl. Shirley Wood, Smith MSS. Mugginton, Painter Natt. Mansell Park, 
Hulland; near Bradley Brook; Yeldersley. Quarndon Common, Glover. 


60 FUMARIACE®. CRUCIFERE. 


FUMARIA J. 


F. pallidiflora Jord. F. capreolata L. 
Colonist. B. Arable land. Rare. A. June. 
First record, Whittaker, 1847. 
L. Near the “ Wishing Stone,’ Lumsdale, Drabble. 
T2. About Breadsall, rare, Whittaker, Phyt. 
T3. Repton, Painter, J. B. (1888)! 


F.. officinalis Z. Fumitory. 

Colonist. 5. Cultivated land, gardens, &c. Frequent. A. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Matlock, B. and N., J.B. 

Gl. Waste ground, Bamford Station. 

G2. Near Haddon, Baker, J.B. Near Grindleford Bridge, at Stokemoor 

Wood. 

, C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Norton, Painter, Natt. Kirk Hallam; 
Shirland. 

P. Cresswell; Pleasley; Clowne; near The Walls, Whitwell. 

Tl. Common about Derby, C.D. Mickleover, Bindley. Shirley ; Longford 
Hall; Church Broughton; Etwall; Allestree; Blackwell. 

T2. Breadsall, &c., Crewe and Whittaker. Shardlow. 

T3. Cultivated ground at Calke, Purchas, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 
Egginton Common. 


CRUCIFERA. 


CHEIRANTHUS /. 


C. Cheiri LZ. Wallflower. 

Denizen. Old walls. Rare. P. May-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Cromford, Rogers, J.B. Matlock, Stevens. Haddon Hall, Crewe and 
Whittaker. 

G2. Old Quarries at Crich, Milnes, C.D. 

C. Wingfield Manor, Milnes, C.D. Codnor Castle. 

Tl. Old walls, Derby, Pilkington. 

T3. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


NASTURTIUM J. 


N. officinale 2. Water Cress. 

Native. B. Slow streams, wet places. Frequent. P. May-Oct. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Sisymbriwm nasturtiwm. 

L. Wormbhill, 400 yds., West, J.B. Via Gellia, Rogers, J.B. Bradwell, 
Painter, Natt. Buxton, Ashwood Dale, Jewitt. Brook Bottom, Tideswell. 


CRUCIFER. 61 


Gl. Torside Clough, near Crowden; Hague Bar, New Mills; Edale; 
Tarden, near Mellor. 

G2. Abney Clough; near Hathersage; Calver; Kelstedge. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Near West Hallam Station; Kirk Hallam ; 
Denby ; Alfreton; Ault Hucknall. 

P. Markland Grips; Harlesthorpe, near Clowne; Langwith Wood. 

Tl. Derby, C.D. Mickleover; Radbourn, Painter, Natt. Shirley ; Marston 
Montgomery; Barton Park; Markeaton; Sinfin Moor. 

T2. Ockbrook, Hassé, C.D. Breadsall, Crewe and Whittaker. Chellaston, 
Painter, Natt. Sandiacre; Sawiey. . 

T3. Near Calke Abbey, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. Old Trent, Wild 
Fl. Rept. By the brook, Egginton. 


Var. siifolinm (Reichb.). 
Tl. Dalebrook, near Sudbury. 


Var. microphyllum (Reichb.). 
Tl. Shirley Wood, by the brook. 


N. silvestre &. Br. 

Native. E. By streams and in damp places. Rather rare. A. June- 
Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Cromford, Drabble. 

C. Shipley, Watson’s N.B.G. Beighton. 

T2. Old bed of R. Derwent, Derby, Painter, J.B. Breadsall, Whittaker, 
Phyt. Abundant by the Trent and R. Erewash, near Long Eaton. 

T3. Banks of R. Trent, Rept. F. d F. Ingleby, N.A. Tutb. 


N. palustre DC. Yellow Cress. _N. terrestre R.Br. 

Native. BE. Sides of streams, wet places. Local. A. June-Aug. 

First record, Glovev, 1829. 

L. Stream near Buxton, 350 yds., Baker, J.B. Near the stream in Cromford 
Dale, B. & N., J.B. Via Gellia, Bailey, C.D. Miller’s Dale; Matlock Bath, 
Rogers, J.B. Uathkil Dale. 

; Gl. Near the Reservoir, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Barker. Tarden, near 
Mellor. : 

C. Eckington Road, near Chesterfield, Waterfall, C.D.  Birleyhay; 
Ault Hucknall. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Foston; !pond side between Wyaston and 
Shirley. 

T2. Borrowash, Hassé, C.D. Breadsall, Crewe and Whittaker, Thrumpton 
Ferry. 


T3. Newton Solney, Harris, C.D. Calke, Bloram. Old Trent, Wild Fl. 
Rept. Burton, Hb. Mason! Drakelow. 


62, CRUCIFERA. 


N. amphibium #. 2. 


Native. E. Streams, ditches, watery places. Not uncommon. P. June- 
Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

G2. Cromford Canal at Whatstandwell, B. d N., J.B. Matlock, Stevens. 
Ambergate. 

C. New Stanton. 

Tl. Canal, Findern, Painter, Natt. 

T2. Thrumpton, Hassé, C.D. Old bed of R. Derwent, Derby, Painter, 
J.B. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Canal side near Chaddesden; Sandiacre; 
near Long Eaton. 

T3. Stapenhill, Painter, J.B. Willington; sides of ponds at Calke, Purchas, 
J.B. Old Trent, Swarkeston, Hassé, C.D. Canal side near Egginton, Gibbs. 
Drakelow. 


BARBARBA 2&.2Br. 


B. vulgaris 2.Br. Winter Cress.  Yallow Rocket. 


Native. BE. Stream sides, ditches, moist places. Frequent. B. May- 
July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. Sisymbrium barbarea. 

L. Miller’s Dale; Monsal Dale; Lovers’ Walk, Matlock Bath, Baker, J.B., 
and B. & N., J.B. Stony Middleton, Lhe Naturalist. Brassington ; Youlgreave, 
Gibbs. R. Wye, Ashford; Bradwell. 

Gl. Near Hathersage. 

G2. Ashover, The Naturalist. R. Derwent, near Little Eaton; Eccles- 
bourn Brook. 

C. Beighton, The Naturalist. Limb Brook, near Dore Station; by the 
canal, Killamarsh. 

T1. About Derby, C.D. Findern; Hilton, Gzbbs. Mickleover, Bindley. 
Shirley ; Brailsford; Cubley; Markeaton; Windley. 

T2. Borrowash, Hassé, C.D. Breadsall, &c., Crewe and Whittaker. 
Thrumpton Ferry ; R. Erewash, near Long Eaton, 

T3. Side of pond in Gill’s Park, Ticknall, Purchas, J.B. Newton Solney, 
Gibbs. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Drakelow. 


B. intermedia Boreau. 


Colonist. E. Arable land. Rare, B. May-June. 

First record, C.D. Appendix, 1889. 

Tl. Several fields in Yeldersley and Sturston, near Ashkourne. 

This plant has been referred both to B. vulgaris and to B. precox (see 
B.E.C. Repp. 1889, 244, and 1895, 468). It agrees, however, very closely with 
plants named as above by Continental authorities. 


CRUCIFERZ. 63 


*B. preecox F#.Br. American Cress. 
Alien. Waste ground. Local and rare. B. May-July. 
First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 
Tl. Shirley village. 
T3. Winshill, Harris, C.D. Calke, N.H. Tutb. 


ARABIS . 


A. hirsuta Scop. Hairy Rock Cress. A. sagittata DC. 

Native. B. Rocks, walls, dry places. Locally abundant. B. June-Aug. 

First record, Ray. Cat. 1670. ‘* Upon the walls of the Church of Ashburn 
im the Peak.” 

L. ‘‘Common on walls and cliffs of limestone rocks up to 400 yds. at Peveril 
Castle,” Baker, J.B. Frequent up to 250 yds. at Matlock, B. d N., J.B. Lovers’ 
Leap, Buxton; Miller’s Dale; Monsal Dale; Via Gellia; Bonsall, Rogers, J.B. 
Cromford; Lathkil Dale; Brassington Rocks; Middleton Dale; Youlgreave; 
Long Dale, near Newhaven, Gibbs. Haddon, Bindley. Alsop-en-le-dale, Gisborne. 
Dovedale, Nowers. Bradwell; Great Hucklow. 

Gl. Between Whaley Bridge and Chapel Reservoir, Barker. Bamford 
Station. 

G2. Roadside near Fox House, The Naturalist. Hathersage; Heathy Lea, 
Baslow; Fallgate, Ashover. 

P. Markland Grips; Cresswell Crags. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe and Whittaker. 


*A. albida Stev. Alien. 
L. Matlock, Stevens. High Tor, Matlock Bath, Painter, Natt. Cromford. 
This plant, a recent escape, has in the last twelve years increased enormously 
over the rocks in the neighbourhood of Matlock Bath. 


A. perfoliata Lam. Tower Cress. Turritis glabra WL. 

Native. EG. Dry hedge banks. Local. B. May-June. 

First record, Withering, 1787. 

L. Dovedale; Castleton, Purton. Matlock, near the entrance to the 
Cumberland Cavern, Glover. Between Ashbourne and Okeover, Pilkington. 

Tl. Near Shirley Vicarage, Fitzherbert in Smith MSS. 

T3. Drakelow, Painter, J.B. Banks between Ticknall and Hartshorne, 

and between Ticknall and Milton, Purchas, J.B. Roadsides, Rept. F. & F. 

Bretby, N.B.G. Supplement. 


CARDAMINE /. 


C. amara L. Bitter Cress. 

Native. BG. River-sides, brooks, pools. Frequent. P. April-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Near Bakewell, Green, C.D. Via Gellia, Painter, J.B. Plentiful in 
various parts of the Dove, Purchas, J.B. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Buxton, Ashwood 
Dale, Jewitt. Haddon; Cromford, Painter, Natt. 


64 CRUCIFERAE. 


G1. Stirrup Wood; Mellor, Fl. Ashton. Derwent Dale; Hood Brook, 
Hathersage, 600 feet. 

G2. Near Ashover, Bailey, C.D. Between Duffield and Ireton, Painter, 
Natt. Shottle and Eeclesbourne Brook; Abney Clough. 

C, Shipley, Watson’s N.B.G. Birleyhay, near Eckington, The Naturalist. 
Renishaw Canal, Waterfall. Caldwell Valley, near Dronfield, Drabble. ; 

Tl. Kedleston, Painter, J.B. Mackworth, Painter, Natt. Sutton-on-the- 
Hill, Gibbs. Hilton, Hb. Mason! MHulland; Black Brook, Mugginton ; Quarndon 
Common; Shirley; near Alkmonton, Siddals, near Derby; Rough Heanor, 
Pilkington. Markeaton Brook, Glover. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Banks of R. Derwent, Borrowash, 
Hassé, C.D. 

T3. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Milton, Hagger, C.D. About the 
margins of ponds in Calke Park, and on the banks of Springwood Brook, 
Purchas, J.B. Bretby Mill, Gibbs. Old Trent, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


C. pratensis Ll. Lady's Smock. Cuckoo Flower, 

Native. B. Meadows, fields, roadsides. Common. P. April-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Generally distributed throughout the County. Common up to 500 yds. at 
Buxton, Baker, J.B. Matlock, 350 yds., B. d N., J.B. A form with dentate 
leaflets occurs occasionally, as at Hulland Moss. 


C. hirsuta Ll. Hairy Bitter Cress. 

Native. B. Walls, banks, dry places. Common? A. March-Sept. 

First record, Martyn in Phil. Trans. XXXVI., 1729. Cardamine impatiens 
altera hirsutior. 

Generally distributed. 


C. flexuosa With. C. silvatica Link. 

Native. B. Damp shady places, woods, ditches. Common. A. April- 
July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. C. parviflora. 

L. Miller’s Dale; Matlock, B. & N., J.B. Buxton, Rogers, J.B. About 
Dovedale, Purchas. Scow Brook, Hognaston; Ashford. 

G1. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers, J.B. Stirrup Wood, Painter, J.B. Derwent 
Dale; Ollerbrook, Edale. : 

G2. Milltown, Ashover, B.L. Rec. 1881, 184. Abney Clough; Froggatt; 
Beeley ; Shottle. 

C. Near Renishaw, Waterfall, C.D. Barlow Brook, 5. Normanton, 
Pilkington. 

Tl. Mackworth, Painter, J.B. Mickleover, Bindley. Shirley; Barton 
Blount; Cubley Brook; Marston-on-Dove; Radbourn ; Etwall. 

T2. Breadsall, Painter, Natt. 

T3. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Repton Rocks, Gibbs. Calke Village, 
Purchas. 


CRUCIFERA, 65 


C. impatiens L. 
Native. I. Woods, dales, river-banks (brought down from the dales). 
Rare off the limestone. A. May-June. 
First records, Withering, 1776; Huds. Fl. Ang., 1778; Gough’s Camden, and 
Pilkington, 1789. 
L. Matlock Bath, Smith, C.D. Cromford Dale, and other limestone woods, 
B. & N., J.B. Middleton Wood, Hb. Mason! Buxton, Buxton Guide. Near 
Lomberdale Hall, between Middleton and Youlgreave, Purchas. Chee Dale; 
Lathkil Dale; Via Gellia; Monsal Dale, Painter, J.B., and Natt. Miller’s Dale, 
Barrow. Cressbrook Dale; Taddington Dale. 
G2. Ecclesbourn Brook, between Shottle and Duffield; R. Derwent, near 
Little Eaton. 
C. Langley Mill, Watson’s N.B.G. 
Tl. By R. Dove, near Clifton. 
T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. 
T3. Bretby, Painter, J.B. 


*C. bulbifera R.Br. Coralwort. Dentaria bulbifera L. 
Alien. HG. 
Gl. Near the Goyt, between Marple and Strines, Barker. 


*Alyssum incanum Jl. Casual. 
C. Dunn’s Hall, near Dale, Hassé, C.D. 


*A. calycinum Ll. Casual. 
Tl. Yeldersley, near Ashbourne. 


DRABA J. 


D. muralis L. Speedwell-leaved Whitlow-grass. Top. Bot. “J.E. Bow- 
man sp.” 


Native. IL. Limestone rocks and slopes. Locally plentiful. A. April- 
May. 

First record, J. Petiver, 1711. Germander Whitlowgrass. ‘‘ Mr. Thos. Pool 
of Nottingham, a curious Botanist, has observed it about Cromford in Derby- 
shire.” - 

L. Ashwood Dale, and near Haddon Hall, Green, C.D. Chee Dale, 300 yds., 
and Miller’s Dale, West, J.B. Alport, Gibbs. Via Gellia; Matlock Bath; 
Hartington, Painter, J.B. Peveril Castle, Phyt. N.S. 1858, 481. Cave Dale, 
Drabble. About 4-mile from Cover (Calver) towards Bakewell, Hb. Salt. Elden 
Hole, Watson's N.B.G. Parwich, Glover. Near Monyash; Cressbrook Dale; 
Parkhouse Hill; Dowel Dale. 

G2. Stanton, Carr. On wall of lane from Baslow to Hassop. 

F 


66 CRUCIFERA. 


D. incana LZ. Top. Bot. ‘‘ Wardale sp.) 

Native. H. Limestone rocks. Rare. P. June-July. 

First record, Pwrton, 1821. P 

L. Lover’s Leap; near Harper Hill, Buxton, Green, C.D. Miller’s Dale; ~ 
Monk’s Dale; Monsal Dale, Painter, J.B. Between Peak Forest and Tideswell, 
Barker, Great Rocks Dale; near Blackwell Mill. 


EROPHILA JC. 


BE. vulgaris DC. Whitlow-grass. Draba verna L, 

Native. B. Walls, rocks, dry places. Common on limestone and frequent 
in most parts of the County. A. March-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Ashwood Dale, Buxton Guide. Bakewell, Barrow. Youlgreave, Gibbs. 
Dovedale, Purchas. Wensley Dale; Via Gellia; Bradwell; Castleton, The 
Winnatts; Brassington Rocks; Carsington Pastures. 

Gl, Along the old road, near Goyt’s Moss. 

G2. Lea Mills, Gibbs. Eyam Moor; by Robin Hood Inn, and near Far End, 
Baslow ; near Wrag’s Quarry, above Rowsley ; roadside above Darley Moor. 

C. Dale, Hassé, C.D. 

P. Cresswell Crags; Markland Grips, near Clowne, Waterfall, C.D. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Burnaston, Bindley. Birchwood Park, and 
Roston; near Markeaton Brook, below Quarndon. Normanton, Pilkington. 
Wall surrounding Mackworth Churchyard, Glover. 

T2. Walls, Boulton, near Derby, C.D. Shacklecross, Hassé, C.D. Bread- 
sall, &c., common, Orewe and Whittaker. Canal bank, Trent Lock. Pinxton, 
Pilkington. 

T3. Calke, Blovam. Wall above Crewe’s Pond, Repton, Rept. F. & F. 
Southwood Farm; Ticknall Quarries; Melbourne, Pwrchas. Roadside east of 
Egginton Common. 


Var. brachycarpa Jordan. E. precox DC. B.L. Rec. 1877, 208. 
L. Top of Ravensdale, Searle, C.D. Near Litton Mill, Bailey, C.D. 
Monsal Dale; Miller’s Dale, Carr, C.D. 


Var. stenocarpa (Jord.). 
L. Brassington Rocks, B.H.C. Rep. 1901, 621. 


EB, inflata Hook, ji. 

Native. H. Rocks and rocky ground in limestone dales. Rare. A. 
May-July. 

First record, The Flora. 

L. Dovedale, occurring with the type and closely agreeing with Scotch 
specimens; occasionally tending to pass into the type as the Ben Lawers 
plant does, 

G2. Birchen Edge, near Baslow. 


CRUCIFER&. 67 


COCHLEARIA 1. 


C. alpina H.C. Wats.  Seurvy-grass. Top. Bot. “‘ alpina?” 

Native. B. Limestone rocks. Rare. P. May-Aug. 

First record, Parkinson, 1640. 

L. Wirksworth, Painter, J.B. The Winnatts, and Peveril Castle, Baker, 
J.B. Stoney Middleton, Watson’s N.B.G. Snitterton, near Matlock (C. officinalis), 
Crewe and Whittaker. Bradwell Dale, Painter, Natt. Pin Dale, near Castleton. 

This plant, considered by Mr. Baker (J.B.) to be intermediate between 
littoralis and alpina, in cultivation becomes very nearly typical alpina. 


*C, Armoracia L. Horseradish. 

Alien. 

L. Via Gellia, an occasional stray from cottage gardens, B. & N., J.B. 
About Castleton. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt., 1847. 

T3. Near Repton, J.HL.N. in Tr. Burton. 


*“Hesperis matronalis 1. Dame's Violet. 

Denizen. Waste places, banks of streams. Rare. B. May-July. 

First record, Bot. Guide, 1805. 

LL. Ashwood Dale, Green, C.D. Wormhill, West Jun., C.D. Near Ashford, 
Whittaker, J.B. In a field by the roadside between Castleton and Eyam, Mag. 
Nat, Hist. Dove Bank, Thorpe, Nowers. Miller’s Dale; Chee Dale, Painter, 
J.B. and C.D. 

G2. Banks of the Derwent at Matlock, Bot. Guide. Roadside above 
Edensor near to a farmhouse, Watson’s N.B.G. Milltown, near Ashover, Drabble. 


SISYMBRIUM 1. 


S. Thalianum /. Gay. Arabis Thaliana L. 

Native. B. Walls, dry banks, sandy fields. Local. A. April-May. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Near Lover’s Leap, Buxton, 350 yds., Rogers. lLathkil Dale, The 
Naturalist. Wirksworth; Brassington; Youlgreave, Gibbs. Alport, Car. 
Matlock Bath; Cromford; Dovedale, Painter, Natt. 

G2. Gritstone walls at Matlock Bridge, B. d N., J.B. Ona wall at Stanton ; 
walls at Little Eaton. 

Tl. About Derby, C.D. Sutton-on-the-Hill, Gibbs. Mickleover, Bindley. 
Kirk Langley; between Shirley and Ednaston. Wall round Mackworth Church- 
yard, Glover. 

T2. Sandiacre, Hassé, C.D. By Trent Station, Carr. Breadsall, Crewe and 
Whittaker. Spondon. 

T3. Dry banks on millstone grit at Melbourne, Pwrchas, J.B. Anchor 
Church; Ingleby; Bretby and Greysich, Gibbs. Cricket-field walls, Repton, 
Wild Fil. Rept. 


68 CRUCIFERZ. 


‘S. officinale Scop. Common Hedge Mustard. 

Native. B. Hedge-sides, waste places. Common. A. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. . Hrysimum officinale. Bank  Cresses. 
Scrambling Rocket. 

Common throughout the County, except perhaps in the extreme north. ‘ Up 
to 300 yds. about Matlock,” B. @ N., J.B. ‘ Rare on limestone,” Purchas. 


*S. Sophia Ll. Flix-weed. 
Casual. BE. Pilkington, 1789. 
L. Matlock, Stevens. 
Tl. Markeaton Hill, on the road to Ashbourne, near Derby, Pilkington. 
T2. On rubbish between Derby and Shardlow, Glover. 
T3. Garden weed at Ticknall, Purchas, J.B. 


*S: Irio 2: 
Casual. EL. Pilkington, 1789. 
C. Wingfield Manor, Pilkington. 
T3. Road between Burton and Ashby when first made, N.H. Tutb. 


S. Alliaria Scop. Hedge Garlic. Juack-by-the-hedge. Sauce alone. 

Native. BE. Hedges, road-sides, waste ground. Common. B. April- 
June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Common throughout the County. ‘‘ Very fine in the limestone woods,” 
B. dé N., J.B. 


ERYSIMUM J. 


B. cheiranthoides L. Treacle-mustard. 

Colonist. E. Arable land, damp ground. Rare. A. June-Sept. 

First record, Ray. Cat., 1670. ‘‘ Prope Ashburn oppidum in Pecco Derbiensi 
dicto.” 

P. Casual, near Pleasley Station. 

Tl. Cultivated ground, Mickleover, Painter, Natt. 

T2. Banks of R. Derwent at Draycott, Hassé, C.D. Derby, Pilkington. 


*Camelina sativa Crant:. 
Alien. Pilkington, 1789. Myagrum sativum. Gold of Pleasure. 
C. Heanor, Watson’s N.B.G. 
Tl. Normanton, Pilkington. 
T2. Cornfields occasionally at Breadsall, Crewe and Whittaker. 


BRASSICA J. 


B. Napus L. Rape.  B. campestris Syme. 
Colonist. E. Sides of fields, waste places. Rare. A. or B. May-July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
T2. Borrowash, Hassé, C.D. Breadsall, Crewe and Whittaker. 
T3. Askew Hill, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Calke, Bloxam. 


CRUCIFERAE. 69 


B. Rapa Ll. Wild Turnip. 

Colonist or Native. FE. On river banks. Locally abundant. B. April- 
May. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Wye Valley; a frequent colonist up to 450 yards, Baker, J.B. A common 
weed of cultivated ground up to 300 yards about Matlock. Forms with both lemon- 
yellow and orange-yellow flowers, B. & N., J.B. Miller’s Dale, Rogers. 

T3. Burton, Hb. Mason. 


Var. silvestris H.C. Wats. 

L. Dovedale, Painter, J.B. R. Wye, Bakewell, Purchas. By the Henmoor 
Brook, Corley. 

G2. Ecclesbourn Brook, near Duffield; R. Derwent, near Little Eaton. 

C. Bank of R. Rother, near Eckington Station, Waterfall. Beighton. 

Tl. Clifton (B.E.C. Rep., 1895, 469); Doveridge; banks of R. Dove about 
Tutbury and Marston. 

T2. Morley, Painter, J.B. Breadsall, Crewe and Whittaker. Side of 
railway and R. Derwent near Borrowash; Thrumpton Ferry; Long Eaton; 
Sawley. 

Var. Briggsii H.C. Wats. 

P. Pleasley. 


B. Sinapioides Roth. Black Mustard,  Sinapis nigra L. 

Native. E. Arable land, river banks. Rather rare. A. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

G2. R. Derwent, Matlock Bridge, B. & N., J.B. 

Tl. Between station and Church, Norbury; Copse Hill, Osmaston-by- 
Ashbourne, Smith MSS. Hollington, near Longford. 

T2. Breadsall, frequent, Crewe and Whittaker. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

T3. Waste ground, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


B. Sinapistrum Boiss.  Charlock. Wild Mustard. Sinapis arvensis ML. 
Brassica Sinapis V. 
Native. B. Arable land. Very common. A. May-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
A common weed up to 450 yards, Baker, J.B. 


_B. alba Boiss. White Mustard. Sinapis alba L. 

Colonist. EB. Arable land. Rare. A. June-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Occasional straggler from gardens at Matlock, B. & N., J.B. 

G2. Field at Kelstedge. 

Tl. Cornfield, Mickleover, Bindley. 

T2. Waste ground near Ockbrook Church, Smith MSS. Breadsall, &c., 
common, Crewe and Whittaker. 

T3. Waste ground, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Cauldwell, P.B.M. in Tr. 
Burton. 


70 CRUCIFER2. 


DIPLOTAXIS De. 


D. muralis DC. Wall Rocket. 
Denizen. E. Waste ground. Rare. A. or B. July-Sept. 
First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 
L. Castleton, Drabble. 
T3. Willington, Hb. Mason! Stapenhill, N.H. Tutb. 


CAPSELLA JWoench. 


C. Bursa-Pastoris Moench. Shepherd's Purse. Bursa Bursa- Pastoris 
}: 


Weber. 


Native. B. Waysides, waste and cultivated land, &c. Everywhere 


common, A. March-Nov. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. Thlaspi Bursa-pastoris. 
Varies according to soil and situation in leaves and shape of capsule. 


CORONOPUS Rupp. 


[C. didymus Sm. Lesser Wart Cress. Senebiera Pers, 
Casual. AK. 
T2. Garden weed at Hillside, Ockbrook, Smith MSS.]| 


C. Ruellii 47/. Common Wart Cress. 
Native. E. Waste places, road-sides. Not common. A. May-Sept. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
G2. Duffield, Glover. 
C, Between Alfreton and Shirland. 
Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. 


T2. Settlement Hill, Ockbrook, Smith MSS. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. 


Sawley; about Trent Lock; Great Wilne. 
T3. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Stapenhill, Harris, C.D. 
Bloxam. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


LEPIDIUM J/. 


L. campestre &.Br. Field Pepperwort. 
Native. BE. Arable land. Local. B. June-Aug. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
L. Matlock Bath, Painter, Natt. 
C. Dale; Stanton, Hassé, C.D. 
Tl. Fields between Yeldersley and Brailsford. 
T2. Ockbrook, Hassé, C.D. Breadsall, on gravel, Whittaker, Phyt. 


T3. Cauldwell, Harris, O.D. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. 


Rept. Breach Farm, Drakelow, Hb. Mason ! 


CRUCIFERE. 71 


{L. hirtum Sm. ZL. Smithii Hook. 

Casual. BE. Field borders, hedge banks. Very local and rare. P. 
June-Aug. 

Tl. Once seen on arable land at Charity Farm, Wyaston, Miss Sandford. ] 


[L. Draba Z. 
Casual. 
C. In some plenty at Stanton, Carv.] 


THLASPI Z. 


T. arvense L. Penny Cress. 
Colonist. B. Arable land, waste ground, Local. A. May-July. 
First record, Crewe and Whittaker, 1864. 
T2. Cornfields, Morley, Whittaker, C.D. Breadsall, Crewe and Whittaker. 
T3. Brizlincote; Bretby, J.T.H. in Tr. Burton. Stapenhill, Painter, J.B. 


T. alpestre JL. 

Native. HI. Limestone rocks and walls. Locally abundant. A. June- 
Aug. 

First records, Withering, 1776; Huds, Fl. Ang., 1778; Gough’s Camden, 1789 
T.montanum. 


Var. silvestre (Jord.). Raceme and pedicels long, notch deep, style short. 
L. By the Bradford, Youlgreave, B.L. Rec. 1874, 53 (T. virens). 


Var. virens (Jord.). 

L. High Tor, Matlock Bath, 150-250 yards, always associated with Avenaria 
verna on the debris of the lead-mines, B. d N., J.B. Wirksworth; Via Gellia, 
Painter, J.B. Bonsall; Cromford, Rowland, C.D. Dean Hollow, Gibbs. Castle- 
ton, Purton. Alport; wood between Matlock Bridge and Brightgate; slopes near 
Wensley. 

This plant has the notch of the silicule shallow, with a long style. Specimens 
from Lyons named by Jordan have shorter raceme and larger flowers, but agree 

“in pouch and style, Phyt., 1853, 934. 


*Iberis amara L. Bitter Candytuft. 

Casual. G. Whittaker, 1847. 

L. Railway bank, Monsal Dale, Britten, J.B., 1870. Cressbrook Dale, 
Sunderland ! ; 

Tl. Fields, Yeldersley, near Ashbourne. 

T2. Sandy field by the Derwent, near Breadsall, not rare, Whittaker, 
Phyt. 


72 CRUCIFER®. RESEDACE. 


THESDALIA 2&.Br. 


T. nudicaulis 2.27. 
Native. BE. Dry banks, heaths. Rare and local. A. May-June. 


First record, Glover, 1829. Top. Bot., 57, Derby. ‘‘ Howitt Cat.” 
L. Middleton Dale, Glover. 
P. The entry for Markland Grips in C.D. was an error. 


HUTCHINSIA 2.8. 


H. petreea R.Br. Mountain Pepperwort or Dittander. 

Native. IL. Limestone rocks. Locally abundant. A. March-May. 

First record, Gisborne, 1793. (Withering, 1801. Lepidium petreum.) 

L. Chee Dale, 300 yards, West, J.B. Miller’s Dale; Monsal Dale; Dovedale, 
Painter, J.B. Beresford Dale, Smith MSS. Ashwood Dale, Hb. Mason! Deep 
Dale, near Buxton, Barker. Lover’s Leap, Green, C.D. Lime rocks, opposite 
Beresford Hall (Fenny Bentley), Watson’s V.B.G. Cressbrook Dale; Litton. 


“Isatis tinctoria /.  Woad. 
T3. Casual, Willington, J.7.H. im Tr. Burton. 


RAPHANUS J. 


R. Raphanistrum LZ. Wild Radish, 

Colonist. B. Arable land. Rather rare. A. May-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Buxton; Via Gellia, Rogers. Rare about Matlock, only the form with 
bright yellow flowers like those of a Stnapis seen, B. & N., J.B. Eyam, Drabble. 

Gl. Charlesworth, Whitelegg, C.D. 

G2. Near Bramley, Hassop, Gem of the Peak. Chatsworth. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Unstone; Tibshelf. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. Pleasley. 

Tl. Between Etwall and Willington, Painter, Natt. Mickleover, Bindley. 
About Egginton Station; Hulland. Derby, Pilkington. 

T2. About Sawley Junction. 

T3. Stapenhill, Painter, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


RESEDACEA. 
RESEDA J. 


R. lutea Ll. Wild Mignonette. Base Rocket. 
Native. EG. Dry waste ground, arable land. Rare. B. June-July. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
Gl. Bank near Bamford Station. 


RESEDACES. CISTINEX. 73 


G2. In a meadow by the side of the Derwent, Glover. Bull Bridge, near 
Ambergate, Watson’s N.B.G. Road between Rowsley and Bakewell, Drabble. 

C. Near Killamarsh Station. 

T2. Spondon; banks of the Derwent, near Stoney Cross, Hassé, C.D. 

T3. Drakelow, Nowers. 


R. Luteola LZ. Dyers’ Weed. Weld. 


Native. BE. Dry banks, walls. Rather rare. B. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Matlock Bath, Painter, J.B. Limestone quarries in Matlock Dale, 
B. dé N., J.B. Mine heaps about Alport, Carr. Below Lathkil Dale, Miss Fenton. 

G2. Cromford Canal, Rogers. Pincham’s Hill, Belper; Ambergate; Ash- 
over. Duffield, Pilkington. 

C. Staveley Works, about slag-heaps, Waterfal/. Railway, West Hallam, 
Bindley. Codnor Park Station; Beighton. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. Steetley, Whitwell, Painter, Natt. 

Tl. Allestree, Pilkington. 

T2. Near Aston, Hassé, C.D. Waste ground, Breadsall, Crewe and 
Whittaker. 

T3. Ticknall Quarry, Wild Fl. Rept. LBretby; old quarry, Stanton-by- 
Bridge, Painter, J.B. Burton, Hb. Mason! 


CISTINEA. 


HELIANTHEMUM JAHaii. 


H. Chameecistus Wil), lock Rose. H. vulgare Gaertn. 


Native. BE. Dry slopes and roadsides on limestone. Abundant locally. 
P. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Cistus helianthemum. 

L. Buxton, one of the commonest species of the limestone cliffs, 200-400 yards, 
Baker, J.B. Up to the Heights of Abraham, 350 yards, B. d& N., J.B. Miller’s 
Dale to Monsal Dale; Bonsall, Rogers, Lathkil Dale; Brassington Rocks, Gibbs. 
Dovedale, occasionally with an orange spot at the base of the petals, Purchas. The 
Winnatts, Castleton ; Carsington Pastures; Bradwell; Ashford; Longstone Edge. 
Middleton Dale, Pilkington. 

G2. Ashover, Pilkington. 

P. Cresswell Crags, Gibbs. Bolsover; Clowne; Elmton; stonepit, White- 
brick Moor, Whitwell. 


74 VIOLARIE. 


VIOLARIEA. 


VIOLA J. 


V. palustris 1. Bog Violet. 


Native. B. Bogs, marshes. Frequent. P. April-June. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

Gl. Axe Edge, Painter, J.B. Near the Reservoir, Buxton, Rogers, J.B. 

Near Combes Moss, C.D. Kinderscout, Fl. Ashton. Near the Snake Inn; 
Stanage Edge; near Crowden Reservoir; Hood Brook, Hathersage; R. Sett, S. of 
Hayfield. 

G2. Burbage Edge, C.D. Tansley Moor, B. dé N., J.B. Froggatt. 

C. Horsley Car, Painter, J.B. Totley Moss; Moorhole, near Hackenthorp ; 
Moor Lawn Coppice, Holymoorside, 

Tl. Allestree Park, Whittaker, Phyt. Shirley Wood, Smith MSS. Yeldersley ; 
by Bradley Brook. 

T3. Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. Sides of Springwood Brook, Calke; also 
bog near Foremark Park, Purchas, J.B. Ticknall, Hb. Mason! 


V. odorata Ll. Sweet Violet. 


Native. E. Hedge banks. Localand frequent. P. March-April. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Miller’s Dale, but only near houses, Rogers, J.B. Once seen at the top of 
Bonsall, near a farmhouse, B. d N., J.B. Cromford, Gibbs. Matlock, Stevens. 
Dovedale, Purchas. Lathkil Dale, near Alport, Carr, Carsington ; Hopton. 

G2. Near Rowsley, Gibbs. Hathersage ; Idridgehay. 

C. About Renishaw. Waterfall. Breadsall Moor, Hassé, C.D. Near Norton, 
Painter, Natt. : 

P. Bolsover ; Clowne; Pleasley Park. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Shirley ; Hollington; Snelston; Cubley ; Dalbury ; 
near Thurvaston Stoop; Longford ; Barton Blount. 

T2. Morley, Painter, J.B. Canal side, near Borrowash. 

T3. Common about Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Between Repton and 
Newton, Wild Fl, Rept. Linton, Hb. Mason! Calke, Bloxam. Ticknall, Purchas. 


F. alba (Lange). 


L. lLathkil Dale, near Alport, Carr. 

C. Near Norton, Painter, Nat+. 

P. Scarcliffe Park Wood. 

T2. “Morley, Painter, J.B. 

T3. About Burton-on-Trent; Repton, Painter, J.B. Bretby; Newton, Rept. 
JEp ced 


VIOLARIER. ae 


V. hirta Z. Hairy Violet. 


Native. EG. Hedge banks, hill slopes, mostly on limestone. Local. P. 
March-May. 

First found, Salt, 1801. Ab. Salt. First record, Purton, 1817. 

L. Chee Dale, Green, C.D. Miller’s Dale; Taddington Wood; Via Gellia; 
Dovedale, Baker and B. & N., J.B. Cromford; Monsal Dale, Painter, J.B. Near 
Buxton, Purton. Brassington Rocks, Gibbs. Conies Dale, Peak Forest; Great 
Rocks Dale. 

G2. Ashover, Bailey, C.D. 

P. Scarcliffe Lane Farm, near Langwith, Waterfall. Near Barlborough 
(Balbro’), Hb. Salt. Cresswell Crags; Markland Grips ; Elmton, 

T2. Rare on hedge banks at Ockbrook, Smith MSS. 

T3. Ticknall, Purchas, J.B. 


V. silvestris Reichb. V. Reichenbachiana Bor. 


Native. B. Hedge banks, wood borders. Frequent and rather local. P. 
March-June. 

First Record, Purchas, J.B., 1887. 

L. Plentiful at Fenny Bentley, Purchas, J.B. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Great 
Shacklow Wood ; Dovedale; near Kniveton. 

C. Fritchley. 

P. Scarcliffe Park Wood. 

Tl. Hilton Common; between Alkmonton and Boylestone; Hollington ; 
Shirley; Roston, near Norbury; Ridge Lane, Atlow. 


V. silvestris x Riviniana. 


Tl. Hollington, near Longford, growing with the parents, and quite sterile 
(B.#.C. Rep. 1891, 325). 


V. Riviniana Reichd. Wood Violet. 


Native. B. Hedgebanks, woods, hillsides. Common, P. April-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. V. cantina. 

Generally distributed. The f. villosa (Neum.) occurs in Dovedale and probably 
in other places on the limestone. 


V. ericetorum Schrad. Dog Violet. V. canina L, p.p. 


Native. B. Commons and open ground, preferring sand or peat, also in turf 
on limestone. Rare. P. May-June. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

L. Dovedale, scarce, Purchas, J.B. Brassington Rocks. 

Tl. Shirley Park, in peaty turf; in heathy pasture by Bentley Car, Alkmonton. 

T2. Ockbrook, Painter, J.B. 

T3. Dry banks near Seal Wood, N.H. Tutb. 


76 VIOLARIE. 


V. ericetorum x Riviniana. 
Tl. Shirley Park. 


V. tricolor, Ll. Wild Pansy. Heartsease. 

Native. B. Cultivated ground. Frequent. A. or B. May-Oct. 

First record, Gibson’s Camden, 1695. 

L. Cromford, Rogers, J.B. Ashwood Dale, Buxton, Jewitt. Bradwell. 

Gl. Field at High Lee, near Chapel, Gisborne. 

G2. Near Matlock up to 250 yards, B. & N., J.B. Near the Derwent, Little 
Eaton ; Hathersage. 

C. About Chesterfield, Waterfall, C.D. Breadsall Moor; Coxbench, Crewe & 
Whittaker. Fritchley. * 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Shirley ; Yeldersley ; Etwall. 

T3. Askew and Parson’s Hills, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Calke, Bloxam. 


V. arvensis Murr. 

Native. B. Cultivated land. Common. A. or B. May-Oct. 

First record, C.D., 1889. 

Common everywhere. Large tricoloured forms occur in fields between 
Pleasley and Rowthorn, probably produced by bees crossing garden varieties with 
V. arvensis. 


V. lutea Huds. Yellow or Mountain Pansy. 

Native. S. Heaths, upland pastures, mountains. Locally plentiful. P. 
June-July. 

First record, How, Phyt. Brit., 1650. ‘Jacea sive herba Trinitatis 
elegantissima, Flore luteo amplissimo. Knapweed, with a most ample yellow 
flower. Neere Eldenhole, and about Buckstones.” 

L. Between Bradbourne and Winster, Smith, MSS. Eyam, Carr, C.D. 
Near Middleton Dale, Hb. Salt. Wardlow Hay Cop; Via Gellia ; Chelmorton Low, 
Painter, J.B. Cromford; near Newhaven, Gibbs. N. of Hassop, 300 yards; 
Bakewell, West, J.B. Buxton, and Chapel, Barrow. Oxlow Rake; Pin Dale, 
Castleton; Longstone Edge; Bradwell Old Moor; Brook Bottom, Tideswell; High 
Low, Sheldon. 

Gl. Mam Tor, abundant, 450-500 yards, Rogers, J.B. Fernilee, abundant on 
the hill pastures, Barker. Charlesworth Combes, Fl. Ashton. Chapel-en-le-Frith, 
Pilkington. Abundant under Cuckoo Tors, near Buxton. 

G2, Appletree Knoll, Ashover, Bailey, C.D, Black Rocks, Cromford, Hb, 
Linton. Near Milnhay, towards Wirksworth, Gisborne. Eyam Moor; Lea, 
Chatsworth, Pilkington. 


f. amena (Symons). 

L. Miller’s Dale; Wirksworth, Painter, J.B. Matlock Tor, Rogers. Above 
Via Gellia, Smith, MSS. Eldon Hill; Litton. 

Gl. Corbar, near Buxton, Green, C.D. ! Eccles Pike, near Whaley Bridge, 
Barker. 


POLYGALE®. 77 


POLYGALEA. 
POLYGALA 1. 


P. vulgaris 1. Milkwort. 

Native. B. Banks, waysides, wood borders. Local. P. May-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Dovedale; grassy banks up to 350 yards, B.¢é N., J.B. Bradwell, Painter, 
Natt. Cressbrook Dale. About Matlock, Glover. Buxton, Pilkington. 

G1. Hilly ground about Chinley; between New Mills and Strines; Derwent, 
near Marebottom Farm. 

G2. On quarry refuse, Ashover, Bailey, B.L. Rec., 1881, 185. Grindleford, 
Painter Natt. Crich Common. 

C. Between Tibshelf and Hucknall; in low ground N. of Troway; woods 
S.E. of Westthorpe; Barlborough Low Common; east of Totley. Pinxton, 
Pilkington. 

P. Markland Grips, near Clowne, Waterfall. Scarcliffe Park Wood; near 
The Walls, Whitwell. 

Tl. Yeldersley, near Ashbourne. Kedleston, Pilkington. 

T2. Breadsall, not uncommon, but local, Crewe & Whittaker. 

T3. Common about Calke, Purchas, J.B. Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


P. oxyptera Reichb. 

Native. HB. Dry slopes and banks. Locally plentiful. P. May-July. 

First record, Painter, J.B., 1881. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Painter, J.B. Dam Dale, Peak Forest; Longstone 
Edge; Harborough Rock. 

Gl. Axe Edge; top of Corbar Hill, Buxton, 400 yards, Rogers, J.B. 
Allport Dale. 

C. Fritchley; Brackenfield Green. 

P. Markland Grips; near Cresswell; Houghton. 


P. serpyllacea Weihe. P. depressa Wender. 

Native. B. Heaths, pastures, waysides. Frequent. P. April-Sept. 

First record, Baker, J.B., 1884. 

L. Near Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers, J.B. Near the Reservoir, Buxton, 
Green, C.D. Between Litton Mill and Cressbrook Dale; Miller’s Dale, C.D. 
Via Gellia, Waterfall, C.D. Grassy places up to 300 yards [Matlock], Baker, 
J.B. Taddington; Cromford Dale, Painter, Natt. 

Gl. Near Westend Farm, Gibbs, Near the Snake Inn; Allport Dale; 
Woodseats, Castleton ; Slackhall; Bamford. 

G2. Roadside near Fox House Inn, Gibbs. Chatsworth, Bindley. Abney 
Clough ; Froggatt; east of Bradwell; Hathersage. 

C. Between Smeekley Wood and Fox Lane Plantation. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Hulland Moss; Rodsley, near Longford ; Cubley 
Common. 

T2. Morley, Painter, Natt. Near Long Eaton. 

T3, Bretby Park; Repton Rocks, Gibbs. 


78 CARYOPHYLLE®. 


CARYOPHYLLEA. 
DIANTHUS J. 


*—D. Armeria L. Deptford Pink. 
Casual. E. Fields, banks. Very rare. A. July. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
G2. Edensor, Glover. 
C. In a seed field, near Renishaw, Waterfall. 
[The plant from Ednaston, Smith MSS., was an error. } 


D. deltoides LZ. Maiden Pink, 

Native. EI. Rocky slopes, pastures. Rare. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Withering, 1787. 

L. Pastures on the limestone at Glutton, Garner. Quarry between Alport 
and Haddon Hall, Purchas. Between Cromford and Kniveton; Bakewell, 
Smith MSS. Upper Haddon, Hb. Mason! Plentiful about Winster, Miss Fenton. 
On rock in Litton Dale, near Tideswell, Bot. Guide, 

G2. Chatsworth, Smith MSS. Hills between Bakewell and Chatsworth, 
Pilkington. 

C, Codnor Castle. 

Tl. Quarndon, Crewe & Whittaker. 

T2. On the road from Derby to Nottingham, Glover. 


*D. caryophyllus Ll. Casual. 
Pilkington, 1789, D. arenarius. ‘Near Edensor.” 


SAPONARIA J. 


S. officinalis Zl. Soap Wort. 

Denizen. EK. Banks, waste places. Rare. P. Aug.-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

G2. Duffield, Pilkington. 

P. Elmton, Pilkington. 

Tl. Ednaston, Brailsford (mistaken for D. Armeria); roadside below the 
Vicarage, Ashbourne, Smith MSS. Roadside between Hulland Knob and 
Spinnyford Brook. 

SILENE Jl. 


S. Cucubalus Wiblel. Bladder Campion. 8. inflata Sm. 

Native. A. Banks, waysides, fields. Frequent. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Spattling Poppy. White Bottle. 

L. Ascending from Matlock Bridge to Bonsall, B. d N., J.B. Ashford ; 
Monsal Dale, Painter, J.B. Wirksworth; Middleton Dale, Gibbs. Ascends to 
300 yards, Rogers, J.B, Miller’s Dale, Barrow. Bradwell; Brassington. 

Gl. Derwent Dale; Hope; near Eyam. 

G2. Matlock Bank, and hillside, B. dé V., J.B. Great Hucklow; Froggatt ; 
Hathersage; between Hassop and Baslow; old quarry, Pincham’s Hill, Belper ; 
by the Derwent, near Allestree. 


CARYOPHYLLES. 79 


C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Eckington, Gibbs. Kirk Hallam; 
Mosbrough; Beighton ; Pinxton, Pzlkington. 

P. Cresswell, Painter, Natt. Elmton; Scarcliffe; Clowne; Palterton. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Old Park, Shirley, Derby; Doveridge, 
Pilkington. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe 6 Whittaker. Long Eaton. 

T3. Between Repton and Hartshorn, Hagger, C.D. Ticknall, Purchas, J.B. 
Bretby, Gibbs. Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. Egginton Common. 


Var puberula Syme. 

L. Very characteristic in Monsal Dale, 200 yards, Baker, J.B. At Matlock, 
at about 200 yards; head of Monk’s Dale, 356 yards, West, J.B. Growing with 
S. inflata genuina on roadside in the neighbourhood of Bakewell, Bailey, B.L. 
Rec., 1876, 177. 

G2. Whatstandwell, Hb. Mason ! 

P. Roadside near Pleasley, the variety and the type growing together. 


S. nutans Ll. Nottingham Catchfly. 

Native. EG. Limestone rocks. Plentiful locally. P. May-July. 

First record, Withering, 1787. 

L. Miller’s Dale, 300 yards, Baker, J.B. Chee Dale, Drabble. Monsal Dale ; 
Bakewell, Painter, J.B. Head of Monk’s Dale, 350 yards, West, J.B. Middleton 
Dale, Carr, C.D. Buxton rocks; Biggin Dale, near Hartington, Watson’s N.B.G. 
Ashford, Crewe d: Whittaker. Tideswell Dale; Dovedale. 


S. noctiflora /. 

Colonist. EG. Cultivated land. Rare. A. June-Aug. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

C. Garden weed at Norton Lees, The Naturalist. 

Tl. Near the Lodge, and Copse Hill, Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Smith MSS. 
Fields by ‘“‘ Holt’? Barn, and field off Yeaveley Road, Edlaston, Miss Sandford. 
Hulland; Shirley; fields E. of Church Broughton. 

T3. Gresley; Linton, Painter, J.B. Bretby Mill, Hagger, C.D. White 
Lees, Ticknall, Purchas, J.B. Breach Farm, Cauldwell; Drakelow, N.H. Tuto. 
Foremark Hills, J.7.H. in Tr. Burton. Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


LYCHNIS J. 


L. alba Mill. White Campion. L. vespertina Sibth. 
Native. B. Banks, hedges, cultivated land. Frequent. B.orP. May-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. “LZ. dioica. The white not very common.” 
Generally distributed through the County, but scarcely plentiful anywhere. 


L. dioica. LZ. Red Campion. IL. diurna Sibth. 

Native. B. Hedges, roadsides, woods. Common. P. May-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

* Ascends to 400 yards at Peveril Castle,” Baker, J.B. Occurring occasionally 
with white or very pale flowers, as at Wyaston, Yeldersley, and elsewhere. A plant 
with both white and pink flowers was seen at Marston Montgomery. 


80 CARYOPHYLLE. 


L. Flos-cuculi L. Ragged Robin. Cuckoo-flower. 


Native. B. Meadows, moist roadsides, marshy places. Common. P. May- 
Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Meadow Pinks. Wild Williams. 

Common throughout the County. ‘‘ Swamps up to 600 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


L. Githago Scop. Corn Coelile. 

Colonist. B. Arableland. Local. A. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Agrostemma Githago. 

L. Matlock, Stevens. Buxton, Jewitt. A cornfield weed up to 400 yards, 
Baker, J.B. Brough, Painter, Natt. 

G2. Between Bakewell and Hathersage, Milnes, C.D. Far End, Baslow. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Norton, Painter, Natt. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Yeldersley, near Ashbourne. 

T2. Ockbrook; Morley, Painter, J.B. Breadsall, &c., common, Crewe & 
Whittaker. 

T3. Repton, Wild. Fl. Rept. Near Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Calke, 
Purchas, J.B. Near Repton Shrubs ; Cauldwell, Gibbs. 


CERASTIUM J. 


C. quaternellum Fenzl. Menchia erecta Ehrh. Top. Bot. ‘‘ Howitt cat.” 
Native. E. Heaths, dry waste ground. Very rare. A. May-June. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
T3. Repton, Weld Fl. Rept. 


C. semidecandrum Ll. 


Native. BE. Walls, rocks, dry roadsides. Local. A. April-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Monsal Dale; Matlock Bath, Painter, J.B. Dovedale, Smith MSS. 
Lathkil Dale, The Naturalist. Chee Dale; Litton Slack; Brassington Rocks. 

Gl. Axe Edge, Rogers, J.B. 

G2. Abundant by the roadside near Wrag’s Quarry, above Rowsley, 1,000- 
1,100 feet. 

C. Morley Moor, near Horsley Castle, Glover. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe & Whittaker. 

T3. Near Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Near Melbourne ? Purchas, J.B. 
Old walls, Repton, Wild Fl. Repton. 


C. glomeratum TJhuwill. Mouse-ear Chickweed. C. viscosum L. 


Native. B. Waste places, fields, waysides. Common. A. April-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

Generally distributed. ‘“ Roadsides up to 450 yards in Goyt’s Clough,” 
Baker, J.B, Pilkington (1789) has ‘‘ C. tomentosum, Woolly Mouse-ear,” by which 
he may possibly have intended this. 


CARYOPHYLLEZ. 81 


C. triviale Link. ©. vulgatum L. 

Native. B. Fields, waste places, roadsides, walls. Common. B, or P. 
April-Sept. . 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Throughout the County. “Ascends up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. Large 
flowered forms occur in fields bordering on the Trent in T2. 


C. arvense LZ. Field Chickweed. 

Native. BE. Sandy soil, dry banks. Local. P. May-July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

C. Breadsall Moor, Whittaker, Phyt. 

P. Between Clowne and Cresswell, Waterfall, C.D. Cresswell Crags; 
Palterton. 

T2. Near Long Eaton, Atkinson, C.D. 

T3. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


STELLARIA 1. 


S. aquatica Scop. Water Chickweed, Malachium aquaticum Fr. 

Native. E. Ditch-sides, damp shady places. Local. P. July-Oct. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

C. Near Eckington, not common, Waterfall, C.D. River-bank, Staveley, 
Drabble. The Moss, Mossbrough. 

P. In the swampy ground at the east side of Scarcliffe Park Wood. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Siddals, near Derby, Pilkington. 

T2. Chaddesden; Osmaston-by-Derby, Painter, J.B. Common in ditches 
about Breadsall; Little Chester, Crewe & Whittaker. 

T3. Newton Solney, Painter, J.B. Near Stapenhill ; common in the Trent 
Valley, Gibbs. By the Old Trent, Rept. F. d F. Willington, Nowers. 


S. nemorum L. Wood Stitchwort. 

Native. SI. Woods, brook-sides. Local and rare. P. May-June. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Eyam Dale, Watson’s N.B.G. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood, Charlesworth, Fl. Ashton. Wood at Mellor, Painter, 
J.B. Higher Cliff, Strines. 

G2. Stand Wood, Chatsworth; Lindup Wood, Rowsley, Gem of the Peak. 
Keclesbourn Brook, between Shottle and Idridgehay. 

C. By R. Rother, near Renishaw, not seen lately, Waterfall. 


S. media Cyr. Common Chickweed. 
Native. B. Everywhere. Very common. A. Jan.-Dec. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. Alsine media, 
“Common up to 450 yards,” Baker, J.B. 
Var. Boreana (Jord.). 
L.. Dovedale; Miller’s Dale. 
T3. Newton Solney; Bretby, Gibbs. 
G 


82 CARYOPHYLLE. 


Var. major Koch. Var. neglecta Weihe. J.B., 1888, 330. 

L. Matlock Bath, Roberts, O.D. 

T1. Near Sutton-on-the-Hill, J.E.N. in Tr. Burton. Between Longford 
and Boylestone; near Markeaton Brook, below Quarndon. 

T2. Lane going down to Thrumpton Ferry; canal side near Spondon. 


S. umbrosa Opi:. 

Native. EB. Hedgebanks, waysides, waste ground. Frequent and abun- 
dant, P. March-Aug. 

First record, Purchas, J.B., 1885. 

L. Hedge-banks, Fenny Bentley, Purchas, J.B. High Tor, Carr. Near 
Matlock Bridge, towards Bonsall ; Scow Brook, near Hognaston. 

G2. Ambergate. 

Tl. Near the Railway Station, Ashbourne, Purchas, J.B. Near Sudbury, 
Painter, Natt. Osmaston-by-Ashbourne; Abbott’s Clown Holme; Shirley; 
Allestree ; Snelston; Yeaveley ; Cubley; Dalbury; Trusley; the form with hairy 
pedicels at Brailsford, and Etwall. 

T3. Willington, Nowe7's. 


S. Holostea LZ. Greater Stitchwort. 

Native. B. Hedge-banks, wood borders. Common. P. April-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

‘* Ascends to 350 yards near Buxton,” Rogers, J.B. ‘“‘ Woods up to 250 yards 
in Miller’s Dale,’ Baker, J.B. Flowering in July at 350 yards under White 
Edge above Froggatt. 

Mr. Purchas reports a form which he found in 1879 on the banks of the Dove 
between Hollingsclough and the source, in which the petals are scarcely larger 
than the calyx, looking very unlike the ordinary form. 


S. palustris Retz. §S. glauca With. 

Native. EB. Wet meadows, marshes. Rare. P. May-July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

Tl. Near Bradley Pond, but with a 2? Wright in Smith MSS. 

T2, Breadsall, not common, Crewe d& Whittaker. In some plenty by a 
backwater west of Sawley. 

T3. Egginton, Hb. Mason! In the meadows below Repton, Bloxam. 
Drakelow, N.H. Tutb. 


S. graminea Ll. Lesser Stitchwort. 
Native. B. Banks, pastures, waysides. Common. P. May-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Generally distributed and plentiful. ‘‘Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


S. uliginosa Wurr. Bog Stitchwort. 
Native. B. Bogs, ditches, wet places. Frequent. P. May-Aug. 
First record, Gisborne, 1790-5. 
Generally distributed. ‘ Swamps up to 550 yards on Axe Edge,” Baker, J.B. 


CARYOPHYLLEZ. 83 


ARENARIA J. 


A. verna Ll. Mountain Sandwort. Alsine verna Bartl. 

Native. SI. Rocks, broken ground, mostly among lead mines. Abundant 
locally. P. May-July. 

First record, Ray, Fasc., 1688. ‘* Alsine pusilla, pulchro flore, folio tenwissimo 
nostras. In Derbyshire on the barren earth they dig out of the shafts of the lead 
mines near Wirksworth.” 

L. High Cliff, Miller’s Dale; Youlgreave, Bailey, C.D. Cromford and Mat- 
lock Bath, Harris, C.D. Walls of Peveril Castle, 400 yards, Baker, J.B. Matlock, 
High Tor, Masson, Bonsall, B. d N., J.B. Lathkil Dale, Rowland, C.D. Middle- 
ton Dale, Carr, C.D. Peak Forest; Old Moor, 450 yards, West, J.B. Buxton, 
Buxton Guide. Between Chapel and Castleton, Barker. High Rake, Great 
Hucklow; Sheldon ; Longstone Edge; Brook Bottom, Tideswell. In the moun- 
tains about Wirksworth, Magn. Brit. dé H. 

Gl. S.W. side of Mam Tor. 

G2. Milltown, S. of Ashover, Bailey, C.D. Eyam Moor; Froggatt. Crich, 
Pilkington. 


A. tenuifolia LZ.  Alsine tenuifolia Wahl. 

Native. E. Dry stony ground and rocky slopes on limestone. Local and 
rare. A, June-July. 

First record, Garner, 1860. 

L. On banks at Miller’s Dale, Whitehead, B.L. Rec., 1875, 119. On a 
rocky bank near the path in Dovedale; Brassington, Purchas, J.B. On the 
railway near Wirksworth Station, Gibbs. 


A. trinervia J. 

Native. BE. Hedge-banks, woods, shady places. Common. A. May-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Miller’s Dale; between Matlock Bath and Bonsall, C.D. Buxton, 
Rogers, J.B. About Dovedale, Purchas. Kirk Dale, Ashford. 

Gl, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers, J.B. Near Hope; Chinley. 

G2. Baslow, and near Bar Brook; Kelstedge. 

C. Smalley; woods S.E. of Westthorpe; Wingerworth; Hardwick Wood; 
Alfreton; Shirland. S. Normanton, Pilkington. 

P. Bolsover; Palterton; by Pebley Pond; Dale. 

Tl. Common about Derby, C.D. Mickleover; Findern, Bindley. Shirley ; 
Lower Thurvaston; Cubley; Boylestone; Ashbourne. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


A. serpyllifolia Z. Thyme-leaved Sandwort. 

Native. B. Arable land, walls. Not uncommon. A. June-Oct. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Limestone up to 400 yards above Castleton, Baker, J.B. Frequent up to 
300 yards about Matlock, B. & N., J.B. Buxton; Miller’s Dale, Rogers. Crom- 
ford; Wirksworth; Youlgreave, Gibbs, Haddon Hall, Bindley. Bradwell; 
Ashford; Beresford Dale. 


84 CARYOPHYLLEZ. 


Gl. Edale; Bamford Station. 

G2. Bubnell, Baslow; Shottlegate. 

C. Near KEckington, Gibbs. Marehay, near Ripley; Denby; Dronfield ; 
Crowhole, near Barlow ; Holymoorside. S. Normanton, Pilkingtone 

P. Clowne; Elmton; Houghton; Upper Langwith. 

T1. Common on walls near Derby, C.D. Turnditch; Mickleover, Painter, 
Natt. Hulland; Snelston Common. 

T2. Breadsall, &c., common, Crewe d& Whittaker. Near Trent Station; 
Boyah Grange, Dale; Sawley. 

T3. Walls, etc., Calke, Purchas, J.B. Cricket field wall, Repton, Wild 
Fl. Rept. Burton, Hb. Mason ! 
Var. glutinosa Koch. 

L. Pin Dale, near Castleton; Oxlow Rake. 
Var. leptoclados (Guss.). 

L. Frequent up to 300 yards about Matlock, B. d N., J.B. Between Miller’s 
Dale and Monsal Dale, in two or three places, Rogers, J.B. 

Tl. Sandy fields south of Hulland. 

T2. Weston Cliff, Purchas. 

T3. Wall, Knowl Hills, Painter, Natt. Waste gravelly place between 
Twyford and Findern. 


SAGINA J. 


S. apetala LZ. Annual Pearlwort. ; 

Native. E. Walls, sandy and gravelly ground. Local but frequent. A. 
May-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Courtyard of Haddon Hall; roadside between Buxton and Burbage, 
350 yards, Baker, J.B. Dovedale, Purchas. Matlock, Stevens. Kirkdale, 
Ashford; High Dale, Taddington Dale. 

Gl. Waste ground, Chapel-en-le-Frith Station; on the old road, near Goyt’s 
Moss. 

G2. Wall at Whatstandwell Railway Station, B. & N., J.B. Canal banks 
near Cromford, Bailey, B.L. Rec., 1884-6, 88. Milford ; roadside between Curbar 
and Bar Brook; near Ramsley Reservoir and near Robin Hood’s Inn, Baslow ; 
Ashover. 

C. On colliery debris, at Marehay, Ripley; Johnnygate, Millthorpe; near 
Stubbing Court. 

P. Near The Walls, Whitwell. 

Tl. Shirley Vicarage; Yeldersley Lane; near Wyaston; Bradley; Foston. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe & Whittaker. Walls, Sawley. 

T3. ‘Ticknall, Purchas. Near Knowl Hills, Painter, J.B. Repton, Rept. 
F. d F. Newton Solney; Drakelow, N.H. Tutb. Roadside east of Egginton 
Common. 


Var. glabra F. Schultz. 
G2. Ambergate, on a wall by the canal, B.H.C. Rep., 1901, 625. 


CARYOPHYLLES. 85 
S. ciliata /*. 

Native. EB. Dry places, walls. Rare and local. A. June-July. 

First record, Painter, J.B., 1881. 

L. Dovedale, Purchas. Waste ground near Buxton Public Gardens, Rogers, 
J.B. Monsal Dale; bank of lowest road east of Miller’s Dale Station. 

G2. Whatstandwell, on walls, Painter, J.B. Ambergate. 

C. Near the Station, Killamarsh ; between Codnor Castle and Codnor Park 
Station; near Crowhole, Barlow; Sheepbridge; between Clod Hall and Bleak 
House, Old Brampton. 

Tl. Quarry between Mugginton and Cross o’ th’ Hands. 

T2. Side of Mansfield Road between one and two miles from Derby, 

T3. Waste gravelly places by the road between Twyford and Findern. 


S. procumbens L. Pearlwort, 
Native. B. Waste ground, walls, paths. Common. P. May-Sept. 
First record, Glover, 1829. ; 
“Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


S. nodosa Fenzl. Knotted Spurrey. 

Native. B. Moist places on heaths, on limestone, sand and peat. Local. 
P. July-Aug. 

First record, Gisborne, 1792. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Rogers. Castleton, Hb. Mason! About Buxton on the 
roadsides, C.D. Dovedale, between Sharplow and Thorpe Cloud, Phyt. N.S., 
1858, 538. Conies Dale, Peak Forest; Oxlow Rake; Taddington; Ashford; 
Brook Bottom, Tideswell; Great Rocks Dale. 

Gl. Mellor, Whitelegg, C.D. Roadside on the moor above Burbage, up to 
500 yards, Baker, J.B. Axe Edge, near the top, Rogers. 

G2. Eyam Moor; Higger Tor, near Hathersage, 1,400 feet. 

T3. Repton Rocks, Painter, J.B. 


SPERGULA J. 


S. arvensis LZ. Corn Spuwrrey. 

Native. B. Arable land, waysides, Frequent. A. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Buxton, Rogers, J.B. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Matlock, Stevens. Bolehill, 
Sheldon; Peak Forest. 

Gl. Near the Snake Inn; near Dinting; Edale; near Rowarth; Brook 
Bottom, near New Mills; Bamford Station. 

G2. Near Ball Cross, Chatsworth; Ambergate. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Killamarsh; Beighton. S. Normanton, 
Pilkington. 

P. Cresswell. 

Tl. Cornfields about Derby, C.D. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Shirley; 
Yeaveley. In a cornfield near Quarndon, Glover. 

T2. Spondon, Hassé, C.D. Boyah Grange, Dale, Priory near Breadsall, 
Glover. 

T3. Near Repton Shrubs Milton, Gibbs. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


86 CARYOPHYLLEZ. PORTULACEZ, 


BUDA Adams. 


B. rubra Dun. Red Sandwort. Spergularia rubra Fenzl. 

Native. BE. Dry sandy places on heaths, fields, and by roadsides. Local. 
A. June-Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. Avrenaria rubra. 

G2. Baslow, Painter, J.B. Gritstone quarry over the Church, Matlock 
Bank, 250 yards, B. d N., J.B. Firestone Hill, near Hazlewood; Ambergate; 
Ashover Hay. 

C. Between Holymoorside and Beeley, Drabble. Stanton Moor, and near 
Dale, Hassé, C.D. Troway; Shipley Hall; Codnor Castle to Codnor Park 
Station; Nether Loads, Old Brampton. 

Tl. By the Lodge, Shirley Bridge, Smith MSS, Findern, Gibbs. Mickle- 
over, and Bearwoodcote; Sapperton; sandy ground east of Church Broughton ; 
about Kedleston Park; Shirley Vicarage. 

T2. Ockbrook Lane, Smith MSS. Weston Cliff, Purchas. Common about 
Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. 

T3. On walls, but very scarce, Milton and near Foremark, Purchas, J.B. 
Melbourne, Hassé, C.D. Bretby, Gibbs. Drakelow Park, Hb. Mason! Willing- 
ton; Measham, Zr. Burton. Repton, Rept. F. d& FF. Egginton Common; 
between Twyford and Findern. 


PORTULACEA. 


CLAYTONIA 1. 


*C. sibirica L. ©. alsinoides Sims. 

Alien. Woods, copses. Rare. A. April-July. 

First record, Baxter, 1837. 

Gl. Hayfield, Alcock in B.H.C. Rep., 1871. 

G2. In a wood at the summit of Calton Hill, near Bakewell, Britten, J.B., 
1875, 237. Chatsworth, Nowers! Rowsley, Gibbs. Lindup Wood. 

This American species was ‘‘ discovered ” in the Edensor woods by Sir Joseph 
Paxton, or by someone who communicated it to him. The Edensor example was 
subsequently transmitted to Mr. Baxter, of Oxford, who published it in his 
“Genera of British Plants.” Phyt. 2nd series; iii., 191, 1859. 

The following by Mr. Borrer is interesting :—‘‘ The locality is a mile or 
more from the Chatsworth gardens, in which, moreover, I was assured that 
the plant was unknown, until it was brought in from the wood,” Phyt. V. 47, 
1854. 

Tl. Cultivated ground, Mickleover, purple flowered, Bindley. 


MONTIA 2. 
M. fontana Ll. Water Blinks. 
Native. B. Swamps, wet places, cultivated land. Local. <A. or P. April- 
Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 


PORTULACES, HYPERICINE, 87 


L, Wirksworth; Buxton, Pilkington, 

G1. Common in swamps up to 500 yards, Baker, J.B. Combes Moss, 
Waterfall. Near Westend Farm, Gibbs. Chinley; Mam Tor; near the Snake 
Inn; Bamford; Stanage Edge. 

G2. Tansley Moor, Stevens. Abney Clough; Froggatt; Burbage Brook ; 
Umberley Brook, near Chatsworth. 

C. Holymoorside, Drabble. Pinxton, Pilkington. Sutton Scarsdale Ponds. 

Tl. Shirley, on garden soil; Bradley Brook; laneside, Hilton Common. 

T3. Repton [Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. Cauldwell, Painter, J.B. Linton, 
W.H. Tutb. Bretby, J.E.N, in Tr, Burton. 

Var. rivularis Gmel. 

Gl. Charlesworth Coombs, Whitehead, B.L. Rec., 1883, 39. Combes Moss, 
Waterfall. 

Tl. Nether Sturston, near Ashbourne. 


HYPERICINEA. 
HYPERICUM 2. 


H. Androsemum JL. Tutsan. 
Native? AB. Woods and copses. Very rare. P. July-Aug. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
G2, Matlock, Crewe & Whittaker. 


*H. calycinum L. Rose of Sharon, 
Alien. Plantations. Very rare. P. July-Oct. 
First record, Rept. F. & F., 1881. 
L. Lovers’ Walk, Matlock Bath, B. d& N., J.B. 
T3. Knowl Hills, Rept. F. & F. 


H. perforatum L. ‘St. John’s Wort. 

Native. B. Woods, hedge-banks. Common. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Buxton; Matlock Bath; Dovedale, Painter, J.B. Wirksworth; Via 
Gellia, Gibbs. Common in the limestone dales, 200 and 300 yards, Baker, J.B. 
Bradwell; Comb’s Dale, near Calver. 

Gl. Mellor, Fl. Ashton. Mills near Mellor; Bamford. 

G2. By Cromford Canal, Rogers, J.B. Near Mytham Bridge, by the 
Derwent; Bramley, near Hassop; Chatsworth. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Mapperley; Loscoe; near Norton; by 
West Hallam Station. 

P. Cresswell Crags; Markland Grips, The Naturalist. Scarcliffe Woods, 
Painter, Natt. Clowne; Elmton; Whitwell. 

Tl. Brailsford, Smith MSS. About Derby, C.D. Near Church Broughton, 
Gibbs. Mickleover; near Mugginton, Painter, Natt. Shirley; Longford ; Cubley 
Common ; Scropton; west side of Kedleston Park. 


88 HYPERICINE®. 


T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Near Thrumpton Ferry; Sandiacre; Long 
Eaton; Risley Park; Sawley Junction. 

T3. About Calke, Pwrchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 
Rosliston, Hb. Mason! Egginton Common. 


H. dubium Zeers. Top. Bot. ‘‘ Derby.” 

Native? EB, Bushy damp ground. Very rare. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. » 

L. Buxton, Buxton Guide. Matlock, Watson’s N.B.G. 

I have never seen this species in the County, and its nativity may be 
questionable on the authority of these the only and somewhat antiquated 
records. 


H. quadratum Stokes. H. tetrapterum Fr. 

Native. BE. Stream-sides, ditches, marshes. Not uncommon. P. July- 
Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. H. quadrangulare. 

L. Blackwell Dale, C.D. Wye Valley below Miller’s Dale, Rogers, J.B. By 
the Wye in Monsal Dale, 200 yards, Baker, J.B. Via Gellia, B. & N., J.B. 
Brough; Scow Brook, Hognaston. 

Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers, J.B. Near the Snake Inn; Hood Brook, 
Hathersage ; Bamford; Chinley; Hague Bar, near New Mills. 

G2. Cromford Canal, Rogers. Froggatt; near the Derwent, above 
Allestree. 

C. Near Owler Bar, Gibbs. Roadside, Totley, towards Sheffield, Hod. 
Salt. West Hallam Station; by large pool, a mile east of Killamarsh; by 
Pebley Pond; Barlborough Low Common; between Tibshelf and Hucknall; New 
Stanton. 

P. Scarcliffe Park Woods, Waterfall. Markland Grips, The Natwralist. 
Cresswell Crags. 

Tl. Near Mugginton; Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Shirley; Brailsford 
Brook; Cubley Common; Kedleston Park; Markeaton; Barton Blount; Marston- 
on-Dove; Sudbury. 

T2. Breadsall, &c., Crewe d: Whittaker, Sandiacre. 

T3. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Repton Rocks; Willington, Gibbs. 

About Calke, Puwrchas, J.B. Rosliston, Hb. Mason, By the brook above 
Egginton. 


H. humifusum. LZ. Creeping St. John’s Wort. 

Native. BE. Gravelly fields and banks, Local. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Bradwell, Painter, Natt. Buxton, Ashwood Dale, Jewitt. 

**T do not think I have ever seen H, humifuswm on limestone,” Purchas, J.B. 

The Bradwell locality may perhaps be on shale which lies immediately to 
the east of the town. 

Gl. Hadfield; Glossop, Painter, J.B. ‘Stirrup, Fl. Ashton. Chapel-en-le- 
Frith, Barrow. Near the Snake and Ashopton Inns; Edale; Lose Hill; 
Chinley. 


HYPERICINEE. 89 


G2. Edensor, Wild, C.D. Below Hathersage. 

C. Newbold, Drabble. Near Dale Church, Smith, MSS. Wingerworth ; 
Cutthorpe, Brampton; near Tibshelf; Brackenfield Green; Crowhole, near 
Barlow. Pinxton; Gorsy Close, near Coxbench, Pilkington. 

Tl. Copse Hill, Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Smith MSS. Mickleover, 
Painter, Natt. Shirley; Church Broughton ; between Yeaveley and Cubley. 

72. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Bretby, 
Gibbs. Near Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. Breach Farm, Cauldwell, N.H. 
Tuth. Drakelow, F.L. in Tr. Burton. Egginton Common. 


H. pulchrum. JL. 

Native. B. Heathland, hedgebanks. Frequent. P. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Buxton; Bonsall, Rogers. Miller’s Dale; Dovedale, Painter, J.B. Via 
Gellia, Gibbs. Dale Head, Wheston; Great Rocks Dale; Conies Dale, Peak 
Forest; Hartle Dale, Bradwell. 

Gl. Up to 450 yards in Goyt’s Clough, Baker, J.B. Mellor, Painter, J.B. 
Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers. Chinley; near the Snake Inn; Ollerbrook, Edale ; 
near Eyam; Bamford; by R. Sett, Hayfield. 

G2. Gritstone Quarry, over Matlock Bank, B. d N., J.B. Ambergate ; 
Cromford Moor, Phyt. 1858, 610. Abney; Eyam Moor; east of Bradwell; 
Froggatt; between Scow Brook and Kirk Ireton. 

C. Stanton; Dale, Hassé, C.D. Salter Wood, near Ripley ; West Hallam 
Station; Loscoe; Killamarsh; Westthorpe; between Tibshelf and Hucknall. 
Pinxton; Gorsy Close,"near Coxbench, Pilkington. 

P. Cresswell, Gibbs. Bolsover; Langwith Wood. 

Tl. Etwall, Gibbs. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Shirley ; Cubley Common ; 
Church Broughton; Dalebrook, Sudbury; Burnaston. Allestree, Pilkington. 

T2. Spondon, Hassé, C.D. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Near Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. About 
Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Repton, Hb. Mason! Kgginton Common. 


H. hirsutum Ll. Hairy St. John’s Wort, 

Native. BE. Woods and hedges, preferring dry soil. Common, except in 
the north of the County. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Common in the limestone dales, 200-350 yards, Baker, J.B. Via Gellia, 
Matlock Tor, and other limestone woods, B. d: N., J.B. Buxton, Buxton Guide. 
Miller’s Dale, Nowers. Brassington Rocks, Gibbs. Conies Dale, Peak Forest ; 
Bradwell; Ashford. 

G2. By Cromford Canal, Rogers. Ambergate, Phyt. 1858, 610. Between 
Hassop and Baslow. 

C. Codnor; New Stanton; WestjHallam§Station ; Barlborough; Newton 
Wood. 

P. Cresswell Crags, The Naturalist. Markland Grips ; Searcliffe Park 
Wood ; Langwith Wood. 


90 HYPERICINE®, MALVACE, 


Tl. Doveridge, Gibbs. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Between Osmaston and 
Sinfin Moor ; about Kedleston Park; Shirley; Longford; Abbott’s Clowne Holme. 
T2. Spondon, Hassé, C.D. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Risley Park. 

T3. Bretby; Cauldwell, Gibbs. Burton; Stapenhill, Hb. Mason! Calke, 
Bloxam. Repton, Rept. F. & F. Egginton Common. 


H. montanum /. 

Native. E. Woods, cliffs, banks, on limestone. Local. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Jewitt, 1811. 

L. Duke’s Drive, Buxton, Rogers, J.B. Same locality, 300-350 yards, Baker, 
J.B. Monk’s Dale, 350 yards, West, J.B. Between Wormhill and Tideswell, 
West, B.L. Rec., 1878,15. Near Matlock, Purton, Dovedale, Purchas, J.B. Near 
Hartington, Painter, Natt. Hay Dale, near Wheston. 

G2. Crich Quarry, Smith MSS. 

T3. Ticknall Quarry, Rept. F. d& F. Stapenhill; Winshill, N.H. Twtb. 


H. elodes Ll. Marsh St. John’s Wort. Top. Bot. ‘ Whittaker sp.” 
Native. AH. Bogs and marshes. Very rare. P. June-Aug. 
First record, Glover, 1829. Also Watson, Cyb. Brit., 1852. 
G2. Tansley Moor, used to be common before the enclosure, Crewe d& Whit- 
taker. 


MALVACEA. 


MALVA J. 


M. moschata Ll. Mush Mallow. 

Native. EB. Fields, waysides. Local. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Withering, 1787. 

L. Matlock, 200 yards, West, J.B. Lathkil Dale, Rowland, C.D. Dovedale ; 
Via Gellia, B. d&d N., J.B. Hassop, Painter, J.B. Brassington Rocks, Gibbs. 
Thorpe, Bindley. 

Gl. Hathersage. ; 

G2. Chatsworth, Scrimshaw, C.D. Cromford Canal, Whatstandwell, 
B. & N., J.B. Great Longstone, 300 yards; Bramley, near Hassop; Birchill 
Bank, Baslow ; Ashover. Duffield, Pilkington. 

C. Near Renishaw, Waterfall. Stanton Moor, Hassé, C.D. Barlow Brook ; 
Westthorpe; Millthorpe, near Holmesfield; Wingerworth; Sutton Scarsdale ; 
Duckmanton. Dale Abbey, Glover. 

Tl. Near Somershall, Gibbs. Palmer Moor, Sudbury; Shirley; Yeaveley ; 
Snelston Common. Allestree, Pilkington. 

Tl. Morley, Whittaker, C.D. Spondon; Breadsall, Hassé, C.D. Shardlow, 
Glover. 

T3. Foremark Fields, Bretby, Hagger, C.D. Dimminsdale, Calke; Stanton- 
by-Bridge, Purchas, J.B. Bladon, Hb. Mason! Drakelow, N.H. Tutb. Gresley, 
Tr. Burton, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


MALVACER. TILIACER, 91 


M. silvestris 2. Common Mallow. 

Native. BE. Roadsides, waste places. Frequent. P. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Mauls. 

L. Matlock Bath, Rowland, C.D. Foot of cliffs in Monsal Dale, 250 yards ; 
Cromford, near houses, perhaps introduced, B. ¢& N., J.B. Summit of Thorpe 
Cloud, Dovedale, Purchas, J.B. Bradwell, Painter, Natt. Beresford Dale; 
Ashford; Stony Middleton. 

G2. Crich, Painter, J.B. Bramley, near Hassop; Beeley; Fallgate, Ash- 
over. 

C. By Killamarsh Station, 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Findern, Bindley. Shirley ; Hatton; Aston ; 
Sudbury; Foston. On the Kedleston Road, near Markeaton, Glover, 

T2. Ockbrook, Hassé, C.D. Breadsall, Crewe & Whittaker, Trent Lock; 
Sandiacre ; Wilsthorpe, near Long Eaton. 

T3. Stapenhill, Harris, C.D. Near Calke, Purchas, J.B. Swarkeston, 
Painter, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Near Willington, Gibbs. 


M. rotundifolia, LZ. Dwarf Mallow. 

Native. BE. Waste Places, roadsides. Frequent. P. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Matlock Bath, Rowland, C.D. Cromford, perhaps introduced, B. & N., 
J.B, Miller’s Dale, Painter, J.B. 

C. Beighton; near Ashgate Plantation, New Brampton; near Clay Cross 
Station. 

P. Cresswell Crags; Markland Grips. 

Tl. Lane near Wyaston Grove, Edlaston, Miss Sandford. Allestree, 
Orewe cd Whittaker. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Shirley; Cubley; Scropton. 
Normanton, Pilkington. 

T2. Chaddesden, Hassé, C.D. Breadsall, Crewe d: Whittaker. By the Inn, 
Spondon ; Sawley. 

T3. Near Calke, Purchas, J.B. Willington; Milton, Painter, J.B. & Natt. 
Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Stapenhill, N.A. Tutb. Swarkeston, Bloxam. 

*M. parviflora. J. 

Alien. Pilkington, 1789. 

C. Pinxton, Pilkington. 


TILIACEAE. 


TILIA Z. 


T. platyphyllos Scop. Large-leaved Lime. T. grandifolia Ehrh. 
Native on limestone cliffs, alien elsewhere. EL. Woods, plantations. Rare. 
T. June. 


First record, Smith MSS., 1871-81. 
L. By the R. Derwent, at Matlock Bath, B. d& N., J.B. Wirksworth, 
Gibbs. High Tor, Matlock, B.H.C. Rep., 1898, 404. 


92, TILIACER. LINES. 


G2. Roadside at Whatstandwell, B. & N., J.B. 

P. Pleasley Vale, truly wild, Carr. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. 

T2. Dale Woods, Smith MSS. 

T3. Calke Park, planted, Purchas, J.B. Burton, Hb. Mason! 


“TT vulgaris Hayne. Lime. Linden. T. intermedia DC. 

Alien. Planted, unless possibly native on limestone. Common. T, July, 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. T. europea. 

L. Matlock Tor, B. dé N., J.B. Chelmorton, probably planted, C.D, Wirks- 
worth, Gibbs, ‘There are one or two scrubby bushes of either 7. grandifolia or 
T. intermedia—it would not be safe to say which—at an elevation of over 
1,000 feet, on one of the cliffs in Dovedale. It is difficult to suppose it other than 
wild,” Purchas, J.B. Carsington. 

P. Pleasley Park, Pilkington. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Nat‘. Shirley Wood; near Sintfin Moor. 

T3, Repton Churchyard, planted, C.D. Bretby, Gibbs. Burton, Hb. Mason ! 
A very fine avenue at Brizlincote, Glover. 


T. cordata Will. Smaill-leaved Lime. T. parvifolia BKihrh. T. ulmifolia 

Scop. Top. Bot. ‘‘ Church. Bab. MS.” 

Native or denizen. E. Woods, groves. Rare. T. July-Aug. 

First record, Mag. Nat. Hist., 1829-35. 

L. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Cromford; Carsington; King’s Sterndale. 

G2. Hill above the village of Matlock, Phyt., 1858, 610 (¢.e., opposite side of 
the river from Matlock Bath, Mag. Nat. Hist.). Baslow Churchyard. 

C. The Hague, Renishaw, planted, Waterfall. Fritchley. 

Tl. Boylestone Churchyard, planted, Gibbs. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. 
Mackworth; near Ednaston Hall. 

T3. Calke Park, probably planted, Purchas, J.B. 


LINEA. 


LINUM 2. 


L. catharticum. JL. Purging Flax. 

Native. B. Pastures, heaths. Common. <A. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Up to 350 yards about Matlock, B. d N., J.B. Miller’s Dale, Rogers. 
Wirksworth, Gibbs. Haddon, Bindley. Buxton; Ashford; Harborough Rock. 

Gl. Common up to 500 yards [Axe Edge], Baker, J.B. Near the 
Reservoir, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Barker. Bamford; Edale. 

G2. Near Fox House, Gibbs. Near Owler Tor; Froggatt; Baslow. 

C. Totley Moss, 1,200 feet; by West Hallam Station; Marehay, near 
Ripley; New Stanton; Loscoe; Dronfield; Spink Hill, near Eckington. Pinxton, 
Pilkington. 

P. Houghton; near Shirebrook; The Walls, Whitwell. 


LINES, GERANIACE. 93 


Tl. Htwall, Gibbs. Mickleover, Bindley. Shirley; Rodsley, &c. Betwixt 
Derby and Radbourn, Pilkington. 

T2. Rough pastures, Breadsall,-'&c., Crewe & Whittaker. Sandiacre; 
Risley Park. 

T3. Common about Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. Near Burton, 
Hb. Mason, Near Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. Knowl Hills, Bindley. 

*L. perenne L. 
Casual? Buaton Guide, 1854. 
*L. angustifolium Huds. 

Casual. AE. 

C. Railway siding, Renishaw, Painter, Nat’. 

Tl. Between Willington and Etwall, Rept. F. & F. 

*L.. usitatissimum LZ. Common Flax. 

Alien. Here and there on cultivated and waste land. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. A few plants by the roadside, Matlock, B. & N., J.B. Between Matlock 
and Snitterton, Stevens. Cornfields, Wormhill, West, C.D. Great Rocks Dale; 
near Peak Forest Station, 

G2. Roadside between Rowsley and Haddon, Miss Armitage. Cornfield by 
the lane from Baslow to Hassop. 

C. Cornfield at Millhouses, The Naturalist. Spital, Chesterfield, Drabble. 
By Beauchief Abbey. Pinxton, Pzlkington. 

P. Bolsover. 

T2. Fields at Breadsall, occasionally, Crewe & Whittaker. 

T3. Repton, Rept. fF. é& F. 


GERANIACEZ. 
GERANIUM 1. 


G. sanguineum L. Bloody Crane’s-bill. 

Native. B? Limestone rocks and slopes. Rare. July-Aug. 

First. record, Withering, 1787. 

L. Miller’s Dale; Monk’s Dale; Cressbrook Dale, Painter, J.B. Chee 
Dale, Drabble. Monsal Dale, Whittaker, C.D. Ascends to 300 yards, Rogers. 
One weakly root of this on a rock north of Hartington, Pwrchas, J.B. Below 
Beresford Dale, Fyldes. Deep Dale, Hb. Mason! Great Rocks Dale. Opposite 
Haddon Hall, Glover. Near Buxton, Withering. Matlock, Hb. Bicheno. 


*G. pheum Ll. 
Alien. Jewitt, 1811. 
L. Matlock Bath, Rowland, C.D. Near Mockdale, Buxton, on road to 
Tideswell, Jewitt, 
G2. Baslow, Gem of the Peak. 
T2. By side of the lane leading from Morley to Stanley; and naturalised in 
bushy places in the Rectory grounds at Morley, Whittaker, B.L. Rec., 1875, 140. 
T3, Calke, Candler, C.D. 


94 GERANIACE. 


G. silvaticum L. MVoed Crane’s-bill. 


Native? S. Woods in mountain districts. Very rare. P. June-July. 

First record, Jewitt, 1811. Top. Bot. ‘‘ Derby.” 

L. In a wood at the foot of the zig-zag walk, Matlock, Glover. Near 
Buxton, in Ashwood Dale, Jewitté. 

G2. About Chatsworth, Gem of the Peak. 


G. pratense L. Meadow Crane’s-bill. 


Native. BE. Meadows, lane-sides, river-banks. Frequent. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Wormbhill, 350-400 yards, West, J.B. Buxton; Miller’s Dale; near 
Cressbrook School Chapel; Bonsall; Via Gellia, Rogers. Matlock Bath, Miss 
Armitage. Wirksworth; Middleton Dale; Lathkil Dale, Gibbs. White-flowered, 
Alport, Drabble. Dovedale, Bot. Guide. Near Cover (Calver), Hb. Salt. 
Wheston; Bradwell; Ashford. 

Gl. Between Whaley Bridge and Buxton, Barler. By the Derwent, near 
Yorkshire Bridge. 

G2. Rowsley; Chatsworth; Baslow, Gibbs. Froggatt; Grindleford Bridge, 
and by White Edge Moss; near Fox House Inn; Great Hucklow. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Railway bank near Eckington, Gibbs. 
Canal side north of Chesterfield ; near the Peacock Inn, 1,100 ft. 

P. Langwith Wood; Whaley Mill, Bolsover. 

Tl. Common about Derby, C.D. Findern, Bindley. Doveridge; Etwall; 
Boylestone, Gibbs. Dobbin Horse Lane, Clifton; Dalbury ; Trusley ; Marston-on- 
Dove; Kedleston Park; Markeaton; Allestree. 

T2. Breadsall Common; a white-flowered variety occasionally occurs, 
Whittaker, Phyt. Canal side near Spondon; Long Haton; Elvaston. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Drakelow; Cauldwell, Gibbs. Swarkeston, 
Painter, Natt. Osier beds, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Foremark, Bindley. 


G. pyrenaicum Bum. ji. 

Native? E. Waysides, banks. Local and rare. P. June-Sept. 

First record, Bot. Guide, 1805. 

L. Hassop, Painter, J.B. In Litton and Monsal Dales, near Tideswell, 
Bot. Guide. 

G2. Neighbourhood of Baslow, in great plenty, Phyt., 1861, 383. 

Tl. Apparently wild in Copse Hill Gardens, Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, 
Smith MSS. Markeaton Road, Glover. 

T3. Stapenhill, Harris, C.D. 


G. molle LZ. Common or Dove's foot Crane’s-bill. 


Native. B. Fields, waysides, waste places. Common. A. May-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

“Frequent. Ascending to 400 yards over Castleton,” Baker, J.B. 

White flowered by the Canal near Trent Lock (T2). 


GERANIACE®. 95 


G. pusillum J. 

Native. EB. Field borders, waste ground, banks. Locally plentiful. 
A. May-Sept. 

First record, Jewitt, 1811. 

L. Dovedale, Nowers. Ashwood Dale, Buxton, Jewitt. 

C. Near Norton Lees, The Naturalist. 

P. Cresswell, The Naturalist. 

Tl. Limestone pits, Roston Common, Smith MSS. Findern, Bindley. 
Roadside near Yeldersley Hall, casual. 

T2. Abundant along the canal path about Trent Lock and Long Eaton. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Milton, Gibbs. Rosliston, Hb. Mason! 
Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Stapenhill, N.H. Tutb. EKgginton. 


G. rotundifolium J. 


Native? Casual? E. 

Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Ashwood Dale, Jewitt. 

Tl. Derby, Pilkington. On a dry bank on the Markeaton Road, Glover. 
Among clover, Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Smith MSS. 

T3. Burton Road, Repton, Rept. F. & F. 


G. dissectum JL. Dove's Foot. 


Native. B. Cultivated land, waysides. Common, A. or B. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Wye Valley up to the foot of Chee Tor, 250 yards, Baker, J.B. About 
Dovedale, Purchas. Ashwood Dale, Buxton, Jewitt. Beresford Dale; Oaker 
Hill, Wensley. 

Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers. Chinley ; Bamford. 

C. Millthorpe, near Holmesfield; Shirland, Pinxton, Pilkington, 

P. Upper Langwith. 

Tl. Alkmonton; Sudbury; Bradley, and Atlow; Sinfin Moor, below Derby, 

T2. Breadsall, &c., Crewe d& Whittaker. Thrumpton Ferry, and Trent 
Lock; Sawley; Great Wilne. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Newton Road, Hb. Mason! Repton, Wild FI. 
Rept. Egginton Common. 


G. columbinum J. 


Native. EB. Rocky slopes, stony bushy places, on limestone. Local. A. 
June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789, 

L. Miller’s Dale, Painter, J.B. Chee Dale; Taddington Wood, Baker, J.B. 
Wormhill, West, J.B. Matlock Bath, Crewe & Whittaker. Dovedale. Middleton 
Dale, Pilkington. Ashwood Dale, Buxton, Jewitt, 

G2. Old limestone quarry, Ashover. 

T3. Burton Road, Wild Fl. Rept. 


96 GERANIACES. 


G. lucidum J. 

Native. BE. Walls, rocks, banks, most abundant on limestone. Local. 
A. May-Aug. 

First record, Martyn in Phil. Trans. XXXVI. ; 1729. Geranium saxatile. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Painter, J.B. With white flowers, Dovedale, Smith MSS. 
Common on walls and rocks in the limestone dales, 200-350 yards, Baker, J.B. 
Via Gellia, B. & N., J.B. Hassop; Middleton Dale; Youlgreave, Gibbs. 
Near Calver, Hb. Salt. Cromford; Alsop-le-dale, Gisborne. Haddon, Bindley. 
Great Rocks Dale; Ashford; Bradwell; Hopton. 

G1. Slackhall, near Chapel. 

G2. Rowsley, Gibbs. Great Longstone; Fallgate, Ashover. Dethick, 
Pilkington. 

C. Norton, Hb. Salt. Wingfield Manor, Glover. 

P. Pleasley Park, Pilkington. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, C.D. Risley, Hassé, C.D. Draycott, 77. Burton. 

T3. Doubtfully wild on the garden wall of a farmhouse at Pistern Hill, 
Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Painter, J.B. Rocks at Anchor Church, near Foremark, 
Wild Fl. Rept. Cricket field wall, Rept. F. d& F. 


G. Robertianum /. Herb Robert. 
Native. B. Banks, waysides, woods. Common. B. May-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
“Common up to 350 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


ERODIUM L’HERIT. 


E. cicutarium JL’ Hérit. Stork’s Bill. 

Native. B. Fields and waysides on sand. Rather rare. A. May-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Geranium cicutarium. 

L. Dovedale, Rowland, C.D. Thorpe Cloud, Macefield, C.D. Ashwood 
Dale, Buxton, Jewitt. Middleton Dale, Pilkington. 

Gl. Charlesworth, Fl. Ashton. 

G2. Baslow, Gem of the Peak. 

C. College Meadow, The Hague, Renishaw, Waterfall, C.D. Breadsall 
Moor, Crewe & Whittaker. 

P. Cresswell Crags, Waterfall, C.D. 

Tl. Shirley, a casual. 

T2. Weston, Hassé, C.D. Sandiacre, Trent, C.M. 

T3, Near Calke Abbey, Purchas, J.B. Foremark; Stanton-by-Bridge, 
Painter, J.B. Near Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


OXALIS L. 


O. Acetosella LZ. Wood Sorrel. 
Native. B. Hedge-banks, woods. Frequent. P. April-July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Generally distributed. ‘Common up to 350 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


ILICINE. RHAMNE, 97 


*O. stricta LZ. Casual. 
Tl. Cultivated ground, Etwall, Bindley. 


*Impatiens Noli-tangere LZ. Touch-me-not. 
Casual. Top. Bot. 1874, 608. ‘‘ Howitt Cat.” 
T1. Once seen near the Cottage, in Osmaston Park, Smith MSS. 


*J. parviflora DC. 

Casual, L. 

L. A few plants in Cromford Dale, B. d N., J.B. Matlock Bath, Painter, 
J.B.! Heights of Abraham, Miss Armitage. 

T2. In garden ground at Ockbrook, Smith MSS. 


ILICINEA. 


ILEX lL. 
I. Aquifolium JL. Holly. 
Native. B. Woods and hedges. Common. T. April-June. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 


“Frequent up to 350 yards,” Baxer, J.B. Jaggers Clough, Kinderscout, at 
550 yards. 


CELASTRINEA. 


EUONYMUS 1. 


#H. europeeus L. Spindle Tree. 

Native. E. Hedges, woods, &c. Local. S. May-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Gutteridge Tree. Louse Berry. 

L. Via Gellia, and Matlock Tor, B. d& N., J.B. Limestone cliffs up to 400 
yards over Castleton, native, Baker, J.B. Dovedale, in very small quantity, 
Purchas, J.B. Miller’s Dale; Cressbrook Dale, Painter, J.B. Brassington 
Rocks, Gibbs. Great Shacklow Wood, Ashford. 

G2. Wood near Lea, Milnes, C.D. 

C. Duckmanton, near Chesterfield. 

P. Cresswell Crags; Whitwell, The Naturalist. Steetly, Painter, Natt. 
Clowne, and Markland Grips. 

Tl. Hedges above Clifton, Smith, MSS. Shirley. 


T3. Drakelow, Hb. Mason! Winshill, Painter, J.B. Repton Rocks, Wild 
Fl. Rept. 


RHAMNEA. 


RHAMNUS lL. 


R. catharticus L. Buckthorn. 


Native. E. Woods, thickets, hedges. Rather local. S. May-July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 


H 


98 RHAMNES. SAPINDACE®. 


L. Limestone cliffs in Miller’s Dale up to 300 yards, Baker, J.B. At 350 
yards between Miller’s Dale Station and Wormhill in several places, West, J.B. 
Cressbrook Dale; Matlock; Dovedale, Painter, J.B. Via Gellia, and hillside 
east of Bonsall, B. & N., J.B. Buxton rocks, Watson’s N.B.G. Brassington 
rocks, Gibbs. Hartle Dale, Bradwell; Dirtlow Rake, 1,100 feet. 

G2. Hedges on the Duffield Road, Glover. 

C. Between Stanton and Dale Abbey, Painter, J.B. & Natt. Near the 
Hague, Renishaw, Waterfall. Near Killamarsh. 

P. Markland Grips, The Naturalist. Cresswell Crags ; Bolsover; Scarcliffe ; 
Langwith Wood. 

Tl. Sudbury, Hb. Mason! Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Shirley; by 
Bradley Brook; Barton Fields. 

T2. Hedge at Ockbrook, Smith MSS. Breadsall, Painter, J.B. 

T3. Between Drakelow and Walton, N.H. Tutb. 


R. Frangula L. Berry-bearing Alder. 

Native. E. Woods, thickets, hedges. Local. S. May-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

G2. Froggatt. 

C. Breadsall Moor, Whittaker, Phyt. Horsley Car, Whittaker, C.D. 
Coxbench, Watson’s N.B.G. Near Renishaw, Waterfall, C.D. The Moss, 
Mossbrough. 

P. Markland Grips, The Naturalist. Scarcliffe Park Wood. Glapwell, 
Pilkington. 

Tl. Drabble Car, Bradley Brook. 

T3. Repton Shrubs; Foremark Bottoms, Gibbs. Drakelow, Painter, J.B. 


SAPINDACEA. 
ACER J. 


*A. pseudo-platanus L. Sycamore. 

Alien. Woods, hedges. Frequent, especially abundant in the north of the 
County. T. May-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. One of the commonest trees of the [Buxton] district, up to 450 yards, and 
often self-sown, Baker, J.B. Common about Matlock in woods; Dovedale, 
B. & N., J.B. Pindale, near Castleton. 

Gl. Very common about Chapel, Chinley, and Hayfield; Bamford; 
Hathersage. 

G2. Noticed at Shatton. 

C. Near Killamarsh; Duckmanton; Dale. 

P. Bolsover; Langwith Wood. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Barton Blount; Shirley; Hulland. 

T2. Elvaston. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Parson’s Hills, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


SAPINDACEX, LEGUMINOSE. 99 


A. campestre Ll. Maple. 

Native. E. Hedges, woods. Frequent, except in the north of the County. 
T. May-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Common in the limestone dales up to 350 yards, Baker, J.B. Via 
Gellia; Bonsall, Rogers. Common at Matlock, Stevens. Ashford Dale; Miller’s 
Dale; Dovedale, Painter, J.B. By Scow Brook, Kirk Ireton. 

Gl. Rare in this district; seen near Bowden Hall, Chapel; Hathersage. 

G2. Rowsley, Rogers. Between Hassop and Baslow. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Stanton-by-Dale, Painter, Natt. Near 
West Hallam Station; Denby; Sutton. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. Elmton; Palterton; Langwith Wood. 

Tl. About Derby, C.D. Mickleover, Bindley. Bradley; Shirley; about 
Cubley ; Barton Fields; Allestree. 

T2. Breadsall, &c., Crewe & Whittaker. 

T3. Woods, &c., Calke, Purchas, J.B. About Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. 
Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


Var. leiocarpon Wallr. 
L. Monsal Dale. 
C, Alfreton. 


LEGUMINOSAZ. 


GENISTA Ll. 


G. anglica 7. Needle Furze. Petty Whin. 

Native. BE. Heaths, peaty coarse pastures. Rare. S. June-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Gl. Old Buxton Road, near Wythen Lache; along the old road between 
Fernilee Hamlet and Coombs, Barker. Ladybower, Edale. 

G2. Tansley Moor, 300 yards, among the heather, B. d N., J.B. Baslow, 
half a mile towards Sheffield, Gem of the Peak. Beeley Moor, near Rowsley, 
Scrimshaw, C.D. Cromford Moor, Phyt., 1858, 610. 

C. Pinxton, Pilkington. Formerly on Breadsall Moor, now extinct, 
Whittaker, C.D. 

T1. Old moorland, by Bradley Brook. 

T3. Willington, W.G. in Tr. Burton. Near the pastures, Egginton, Glover. 


G. tinctoria L. Dyers’ Green-weed. 

Native. E. Hedges, rough pastures, field borders. Local and frequent. 
8S. July-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Matlock Bath, 200 yards, West, J.B. Near Grange Mill, Pwrchas. 
Brassington Rocks, Gibbs. Hartle Dale, Bradwell; near Wensley, on shale. 

Gl. Strines, Barrow. Upper Hurst Brook, Bamford; Hathersage. 

G2. Wirksworth; Alderwasley, Gibbs. Great Hucklow; Froggatt; Curbar. 
Baslow, Pilkington. 


100 LEGUMINOS&. 


C. Breadsall Moor, Whittaker, Phyt. Stanton-by-Dale, Painter, Natt. 
Haythorne Hill, between Eckington and Staveley, Waterfall. Near Norton, 
The Naturalist. Spital, and Linacre, near Chesterfield, Drabble. Cordwell, 
near Unthank; east side of Totley; Barlborough Low Common. Coxbench 
Wood, Pilkington. 

Tl. Etwall, Gibbs. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Normanton, F.L. in Tr. 
Burton. Bradley; between Wyaston and Hales Green, three fields full of it; 
Nether Biggin; between Cubley Common and Stydd; Marston Montgomery, and 
Wardley ; Meynell Langley. 

T2. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. Dale Moor; Sandiacre. 


ULEX 1. 


U. europzeus L. Gorse. Furze. 

Native. B. Heaths, hedges, hilly pastures. Frequent. §S. Feb.-April, 
Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

General throughout the County. ‘Up to 400 yards above Burbage.” Baker, 
J.B. 350-400 yards at Wormhill, West, J.B. Avoids the limestone, Stevens. 


U. Gallii Planch. 

Native. E. Heaths, commons, way-sides. Rather local. 8. July-Oct. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Matlock Tor, Rogers. Masson Hill, Miss Armitage. Miller’s Dale; 
Coomb’s Dale, Calver; Longstone Edge. ‘‘ Not excluded from parts of the lime- 
stone banks, though preferring gritstone,” Pwrchas, J.B. 

Gl. Corbar Hill, Buxton, 400 yards, Rogers, J.B. Goyt’s Bridge, and near 
Combes Moss, C.D. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers. Near Glossop; Hayfield, F7. 
Ashton. Eccles Pike; Win Hill; Allport Dale. 

G2. On the gritstone at all levels from the railway side at Whatstandwell 
up to 300 yards; very fine on Tansley Moor, B. & N., J.B. Darley Moor, Carr. 
Crich, Nowers. Cromford Canal, Rogers. Wirksworth, Gibbs.  Otterdale; 
Burbage Brook; by Hathersage; Froggatt; east of Bradwell; Eyam Moor; 
Great Hucklow ; Dethick Common. 

C. Breadsall Moor, abundant, Crewe & Whittaker. East of Totley ; Barlow 
Lees, and Wilday Green; Unthank. 

P. Clowne; Cresswell. 

Tl. Boylestone, Gibbs. Near Mugginton, Painter, Natt. Shirley; Darley 
Moor, near Cubley; Little Derby, and near Spread Eagle Inn, Findern. 

T3. Rough Ground about Calke, Purchas, J.B. Gresley, Painter, J.B. 
Bretby ; Hartshorn, N.H. Tutb. Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


CYTISUS LZ. 


C. scoparius Link. Broom. Sarothamnus vulgaris Wimm. 

Native. B. Banks, fields, heaths. Local, avoiding limestone. S. May- 
June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Spartiuwm scoparium. 


LEGUMINOS&. 101 


L. Via Gellia, Rogers. ‘‘ Wholly absent from the limestone,” Purchas, J.B. 

Gl. Railway banks, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers, J.B. By Castle Rocks, 
Allport Dale; Back Tor, and Grinds Brook, Edale; New Mills; Upper Hurst 
Brook, Bamford. 

G2. Railway banks and other places, Belper, C.D. On millstone grit at 
Birchover ; about the curious rocks called Robin Hood’s Stride, and Cratcliff Tor, 
Purchas, J.B. Makeney, Pilkington. 

C. Between Renishaw and Staveley, Waterfall. Stanton-by-Dale, Hassé, 
C.D. By West Hallam Station; Denby; Sheepbridge; Moorhole, near Hacken- 
thorpe ; Fritchley ; Horsley Castle. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. Railway bank, Cresswell. 

Tl. Between Copse Hill, Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, and Wyaston Grove, 
Smith MSS. Near Edlaston, Miss Sandford. East of Church Broughton ; 
Etwall; south of Findern; Yeldersley, near Ashbourne. 

T2. Locko Park, Hassé, C.D. Near Breadsall, Glover. 

T3. Dimminsdale, Calke; Melbourne, Purchas, J.B. Willington, Nowers. 
Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


ONONIS 2. 


O. repens Ll. Restharrow. O. arvensis L. 

Native. B. Dry pastures, roadsides. Local. P. June-Sept. 

First record, How, Phyt. Brit., 1650. ‘“ Anonis sive Ononis, Resta bovis, 
Remora Aratri. Variat flore albo. Neere Darby.” 

L. West slope of Matlock Tor, B. ¢& N., J.B. Near a quarry on Hollington 
End, near Thorpe; also in the Via Gellia, Purchas, J.B. Brassington Rocks, 
Gibbs. Wormhill, Painter, Natt. Between Ashford and Taddington ; Youlgreave ; 
slopes on shale, west of Wensley. 

G2. Wirksworth; Ashover, Gibbs. Baslow, Painter, J.B. Curbar. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Hazlebarrow Farm, Norton; Barlborough 
Low Common ; Holymoorside. 

P. Markland Grips, The Naturalist. Bolsover ; Cresswell Crags; Langwith. 
Pleasley, Pilkington. 

Tl. Osmaston-by-Ashbourne; Clifton, Smith MSS. Mickleover, Gibbs. 
Near The Holt, Edlaston, Miss Sandford. Near the Vicarage, Shirley; between 
Bradley Park and the Hollies Farm. 

T2. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. Morley, Crewe & Whittaker. Near Breadsall, 
Glover. Elvaston. 

T3. Bretby, Gibbs. Calke, Bloxam. Milton, Painter, Natt. Parson’s 
Hills, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


O. spinosa L. Restharrow. 
Native. EB. Pastures, roadsides. Local. P. June-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 


L. Via Gellia, near Grange Mill, Bailey, B.L. Rec., 1878, 16. Wormhill, 
C.D, Uathkil Dale, Smith MSS. 


102 LEGUMINOS&. 


G2. Baslow, Pilkington. Can this be a mistake for O. repens, which is 
plentiful at Baslow, whilst O. spinosa has not been noted there recently ? 
C. Dale, Hassé, C.D. 


P. Pleasley, Pilkington. 
T1. Near Etwall, Burkhill, O.D. 


Normanton-by-Derby, Painter, J.B. 
Little Derby, by the roadside. 


In a lane leading to Radbourn, Glover. 


T2. Between Ockbrook and Hopwood Lodge Field, Smith MSS. Plentiful 
by Thrumpton Ferry. 


T3. Ticknall, Purchas, J.B. 


Willington, Hagger, C.D. Derby Road, 
Burton, Hb. Mason ! 


Near Calke, Watson’s N.B.G. 


TRIGONELLA J. 
*T. purpurascens Lam. 
Casual? HK. 
T2. Breadsall, not common, Crewe & Whittaker, 1864. 


MEDICAGO Jl. 
*M. sativa JL. 


Casual. 


C. Waste ground about Renishaw Furnaces, Waterfall. 


T2. Works of the railway between Breadsall and Derby, Crewe & Whittaker, 
1864. 


M. lupulina 2. Black Medie. 


Native. B. 


Pastures, cultivated land, waysides. 
May-Aug. 


Common, A. or B., 


First record, Glover, 1829. 


Generally distributed and plentiful everywhere. ‘‘ Common up to 400 yards,” 
Baker, J.B. 


*M. denticulata Willd. 
Casual. E. 
Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. 
Var. apiculata (Willd.). 
Tl. Cultivated ground, Mickleover, Bindley. 


*M. arabica Huds. M. maculata Sibth. 
Alien, E. Cultivated land. A, July-Aug. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 


C. College Meadows, The Hague, Renishaw, Waterfall. 
Tl. Shirley; Hollington. 


LEGUMINOS&. 103 


MELILOTUS JZali. 


M. officinalis Zam. Melilot. M. altissima Thuill. 

Colonist. E. Waysides, railway banks, fields. Rare. A. June-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. Trifoliwm officinale. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Near Dore; railway bank, Codnor Park ; 
near the Station, Killamarsh. 

Tl. Between New Farm and Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Smith MSS. 
Mickleover, Painter, Natt. 

T2,. Aston, Hassé, C.D. Chellaston; Nottingham Road Station, Derby, 
Painter, J.B. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Near Trent Lock. 

T3. By the tramway at Ticknall, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Painter, J.B. 
Burton, Hb. Mason! The Oaks Plantation and Drakelow, N.H. Tutb. 
Brizlincote, Gibbs. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


*M. alba Desr. 
Casual. 
C. Spital, Chesterfield, Drabble. Beighton, on waste ground. 


*M. arvensis Wally. 
Alien. E. Waste ground, cultivated land. Rare. A. June-Aug. 
G1. Casual on roadside between Edale and Hope. 
Tl. Fields, Shirley Common; Ednaston. 


T2. Along the railway line between Derby and Borrowash, Smith MSS. 
T3. Repton, Painter, Natt. 


*M. indica Al. 
Casual. 
Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. 


TRIFOLIUM 1. 


T. subterraneum Jl. 
Native? E. Rare. 
T2. Near Sandiacre Church, very scarce, Atkinson, C.D. 
T3. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


T. pratense L. Red Clover. 
Native. B. Pastures, waysides. Common. P. May-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
General throughout the County. ‘Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


Var. sativum Schreb. 
L. Miller’s Dale, Painter, J.B. 
T3. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. 


Var. silvestre Syme. 
L. About Dovedale, Purchas. 


104 LEGUMINOS&. 


T. medium L. Zigzag Clover. 

Native. B. Banks, pastures, roadsides. Frequent. P. June-Oct. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Ashwood Dale, 300 yards, Baker, J.B. Matlock Bath, Rowland, C.D. 

Near Mappleton, Purchas. UHartle Dale, Bradwell; Conies Dale, Peak 
Forest ; Brassington. 

G1, Etherow district; Lydgate, Chapel-en-le-Frith; Allport Dale; Hather- 
sage. 

G2. Cromford Canal, Rogers. Abney; Great Hucklow; Press Reservoirs. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Beighton; by a pool, east of Killamarsh; 
east of Totley; woods north of Coal Aston; near Hardwick Wood; Ault Hucknall ; 
Dale. 

P. Bolsover; Clowne; Scarcliffe Park Wood ; Cresswell. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Between Kedleston and Brailsford; Shirley ; 
Cubley; Longford; Lime Quarries, Snelston; Barton Blount; Little Derby, and 
Findern. 

T2. Ockbrook, Painter, J.B. Breadsall, Crewe d& Whittaker. Sandiacre. 

T3. A solitary plant on Pistern Hill; also near the Ticknall Limeworks, 
Purchas, J.B. Calke, Bloram. Bretby, Harris, C.D, Canal bank, Willington, 
Painter, Natt. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


T. arvense Ll. Havesfoot Trefoil. 

Native. BE. Dry fields, banks, roadsides. Local. A. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

C. Breadsall Moor, Whittaker, C.D. 

P. Langwith. 

Tl. Findern, Painter, Natt. Langley, Pilkington. 

T2. Railway bank near Borrowash Station, Smith MSS. 

T3. Near Foremark, Purchas, J.B. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Gravel 
Pit, Repton, Weld Fl. Rept. 


T. striatum LZ. Soft Knotted Trefoil. 

Native. E. Dry places, banks. Rare, plentiful locally. A. June-July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Miller’s Dale Station to Wormhill, 350 yards, West, J.B. Monsal Dale, 
Painter, J.B. Thorpe Cloud, Nowers. 

T2. Near Borrowash Station, Smith MSS. At Sawley, and on banks below 
Sawley by the Trent; banks by R. Derwent, near Great Wilne, abundant. 

T3. Drakelow, Painter, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Measham, F.L. in 
Tr. Burton. 


T. scabrum Z. 

Native? E. Very rare. A. June-July. 

First found, Salt, 1801, Hb. Salt. 

L. Bakewell, Hb. Salt. 

T3. Burton, Hb. Mason! but uncertain whether in Derbyshire or Stafford- 
shire. 


LEGUMINOS&. 105 


*T hybridum Ll. Alsike Clover. T. elegans Savi. 

Alien. Cultivated land, waste ground. Frequent. P. July-Sept. 

First found, Crewe & Whittaker, 1864. First record, B. & N., J.B., 1885. 

L. MRoadsides and forage fields about Matlock, B. dé N., J.B. Chee Dale, 
Hb. Mason! 

Gl. Near Whaley Bridge, Barker. Edale; Bamford; Hathersage. 

G2, Baslow, and Pilsley; Ashover. 

C. Wingerworth; Millthorpe, near Holmesfield ; Press. 

P. Cresswell; by Scarcliffe Park Wood. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Shirley; Ednaston; Mammerton, Longford ; 
Church Broughton; Cross o’ th’ Hands, Hulland Ward. 

T2. Breadsall, probably introduced with foreign clover seed, Crewe d: Whit- 
taker. Trent Station, and near Thrumpton Ferry, and Trent Lock. 


T. repens L. Dutch Clover. White Clover, 

Native. B. Pastures, meadows, waysides. Common. P. May-Nov. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Generally distributed. ‘‘Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. A pro- 
liferous form has been found by damp roadsides, in T1. 


T. fragiferum L. Strawberry-headed Clover. 

Native. E. Damp waysides, meadow borders. Rare and local. P. 
Aug.-Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Roadside between Fenny Bentley and Tissington, Pwrchas. 

G2. Duffield, Glover. 

C. Near Stanton-by-Dale, formerly, Hassé, C.D. 

Tl. Fields by Yeldersley Lane, near Shirley, 500 ft. 


*T. agrarium L. Hop Trefoil. 
Alien. In crops. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Tl. Fields at Bradley Park Farm, Bradley. 


T. procumbens L. Hop Trefoil. 

Native. B. Arable land, pastures, waysides. Frequent. A. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Frequent up to 400 yards on the walls of Peveril Castle, Baker, J.B. 
Miller’s Dale, Rogers. Dovedale, Painter, J.B. Cressbrook. 

G1. Between Whaley Bridge and Chapel Reservoir, Barker. Edale. 

G2. Stanton; Pilsley; Ashover. Crich, Pilkington. 

C. By the canal, near Kirk Hallam; Codnor Castle; Loscoe; Tibshelf; 
Arkwright Town; Dale. 

P. Cresswell, The Naturalist. Pleasley; Langwith. 

Tl. Turnditch, Painter, J.B. Near the Canal below Osmaston; Egginton 
Station ; Mickleover; Marston Montgomery; Doveridge ; Shirley. 


106 LEGUMINOS&. 


T2. Near Trent Station. 
T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Repton, 
Wild Fl. Rept. 


T. dubium Sibth. Lesser Yellow Trefoil. T. minus Sm. 


Native. BE. Pastures, waysides, commons, lawns. Common. A. 
June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. T. filiforme. 

Generally distributed. ‘‘ Frequent up to 450 yards over Burbage, Buxton,” 
Baker, J.B. Wigger Tor, above Hathersage, 470 yards. 


T. filiforme JZ. 


Native. E. Pastures, commons, roadsides. Rather rare. A. June-Aug. 

First record, Painter, J.B., 1881. 

L. Middleton Dale, Carr, C.D. About Dovedale, Purchas. Miller’s Dale, 
Painter, J.B. 

Tl. Sapperton; Boylestone Old Hall; Barton Park; Hilton Common, in an 
old lane. 

T2. Banks by the Trent, near Sawley. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. About Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Milton, W.G. 
in Tr. Burton. 


ANTHYLLIS J. 


A. Vulneraria J. Lady's Fingers. Kidney Vetch. 

Native. B. Dry banks and slopes, especially on limestone. Local. P. 
June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Bonsall, and Matlock Bath, up to 300 yards, B. d N., J.B. Miller’s Dale, 
and Monsal Dale, West, J.B. Cromford, Rowland, C.D. The Winnatts, Castleton ; 
Dovedale; Blackwell Dale, C.D. Buxton, Rogers. Middleton Dale, The 
Naturalist. Harborough Rock; Bradwell; Great Hucklow ; Conies Dale, Peak 
Forest. 

G1. Edale, and near Hope. 

G2. Eyam Moor. 

C. Dale, Hassé, C.D. Waste ground at Renishaw Furnaces, Waterfall, 
C.D, Near the Station, Killamarsh. S. Normanton, Pilkington. 

P. Cresswell Crags, The Naturalist. Steetly Quarry; Bolsover; Nether 
Langwith ; Elmton; Markland Grips; Belph Moor. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Casual in fields, Yeldersley. 

T3. Very scarce, a solitary plant in old stonepit near Ticknall; a second 
afterwards appeared, Purchas, J.B. Linton, N.H. Tutb. Measham, Harris, C.D. 
Between Repton and Willington, Wild Fl. Rept. 


LEGUMINOS&. 107 


LOTUS Z. 


L. corniculatus LZ. Bird’s Foot Trefoil. 

Native. B. Pastures, waysides. Common, P. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

General and everywhere abundant. ‘Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 

A curious depauperate form or state occurs with the type in L. on Long- 
stone Edge, plentifully, and in G2, by a lane side between Corbar and Far 
End, Baslow ; it sends up many erect shoots, with leaves and pale yellow petals 
less than half the size of the type; the standard is straight not reflexed, the 
keel less curved, the wings narrow oblong. 


L. tenuis Waldst § Kit. 

Native. BE. Fields, waste places, on marshy or calcareous soil. Rare 
P. June-Aug. 

First record, Garner, 1844. 

L. Dovedale, Garner. 

P. Nether Langwith. 

Tl. Cornfields [Osmaston-by-Ashbourne neighbourhood], Smith MSS. 

T3. Cauldwell, N.H. Tutb. 


L. uliginosus Schkuhr. L. major Sm. L. pilosus Beeke. 

Native. BE. Meadows, woods, ditch banks, marshes. Frequent. June- 
Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Common by the Wye up to 450 yards, Baker, J.B. Matlock, thickets 
and damp grassy places up to 300 yards, B. d& N., J.B. Buxton, Rogers. 
Monsal Dale; Dovedale, C.D. 

Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers. Chinley; Edale; Etherow district; near 
the Snake Inn. 

G2. Cromford Canal, Rogers. Froggatt; Kelstedge. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Totley Moss; Wilday Green, Barlow; 
Moorhole, near Hackenthorpe; Wadshelf; Millthorpe, near Holmesfield; New 
Stanton ; Newton Wood. 

P. Bolsover. 

Tl. Church Broughton; Barton Fields; between Longford and Boylestone ; 
Sudbury, near the Dove; near the Spread Eagle, Findern. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, C.D. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. 

T3. Sides of ditches, Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby; Repton Rocks, Gibbs. 
Drakelow, Hb. Mason! About Burton-on-Trent; Willington, Painter, J.B. & 
Nat'. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


ORNITHOPUS J. 


O. perpusillus L. Bird’s-foot. 
Native. BE. Sandy commons and pastures. Local. A. May-July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 


108 LEGUMINOS&. 


G2. Roadside, Ball Cross Wood, Edensor, Gem of the Peak. Cross 0’ th” 
Hands, Hulland Ward. Dethick, Pilkington. 

C. Morley Moor, Painter J.B. Near Dale, Hassé, C.D, 

Tl. Lower part of Edlaston Coppy, Miss Sandford. Findern, Painter, 
Natt. Near Bradley Wood. Quarndon Common, Pilkington. 

T2. Locko Park, Hassé, C.D. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. 

T3. Melbourne, Hassé, C.D. Cauldwell; Egginton, Painter, J.B., & Natt. 
Willington, Nowers. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


HIPPOCREPIS 1. 


Hippocrepis comosa Ll. Horseshoe Vetch. 

Native. EG. Dry limestone slopes. Rare. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Watson’s N.B.G., 1835. 

L. Monsal Dale, Watson’s N.B.G. Dovedale, Smith MSS. Buxton, Buxton 
Guide. Topley Pike, Carr. Wooded slopes of Chee Tor. 


*Onobrychis vicizfolia Scop. Hedysarum onobrychis. 
Casual. EG. Glover, 1829. 
L. Matlock, Crewe d: Whittaker. 


VICIA Z. 


V. hirsuta Gray. Common Tare. 

Native. BE. Waste places, fields, roadsides. Local. A. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Ervwm hirsutwm. 

L, Miller’s Dale, 300 yards, West, J.B. Ashwood Dale, C.D. 

G, 2. Baslow, Gem of the Peak. 

C. Loscoe. Pinxton; Langley Field, Pilkington. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt, Roadside, Sutton-on-the-Hill; Foston ; 
Doveridge; Yeldersley Fields. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe d& Whittaker. Spondon; Morley, C.D. Near Trent 
Station. 

T3. Near Calke Abbey, Purchas, J.B. Walton, Gibbs. Stapenhill, Hb. 
Mason! Drakelow, Harris, C.D. Between Repton and Twyford, Wild Fl. 
Rept. Roadside, east of Egginton Common. 


V. gemella Crantz. V. tetrasperma Moench. 


Native. EB. Arable land, hedges, waysides. Not common. A. June-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Painter, J.B. In the path up the rock behind Pheebe’s 
Cottage, Matlock, Glover, 

P. Clowne. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Shirley; Sutton-on-the-Hill; Sapperton ; 
Barton Park; Mackworth. 

T3. Near Calke Abbey, Purchas, J.B. Walton, Gibbs. Canal Bank near 
Willington, 77. Burton. Drakelow, Painter, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


LEGUMINOS&. 109 


V. Cracca L. Tufted Vetch. 

Native. B. Hedges, wood borders. Common. P. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

“Frequent up to 400 yards,” Baker, J.B. A form with pure white flowers 
by the canal, below New Stanton. 


V. silvatica LZ. Wood Vetch. 

Native. SB. Rocky woods. Local. P. June-Aug. 

First records, Engl. Bot., 1793; Purton, 1817. 

L. Cressbrook Dale ; between Bradbourne and Fenny Bentley, Bailey, C.D. 
Matlock, Hb. Bicheno. Matlock Bath, Painter, J.B. Deep Dale, Buxton, Green, 
C.D, Via Gellia, Waterfall. Coldwell Bridge, Blore, Smith MSS. Lathkil Dale ; 
King’s Sterndale. 

G2. Near Duffield, Glover. 

T3. Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


V. sepium LZ. Bush Vetch. 

Native. B. Banks, hedge-sides, wood borders. Common. P. May-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

“ Ascends to 450 yards on the Burbage moors,” Baker, J.B. ‘‘ Up to 300 yards 
about Matlock,” B. & N., J.B. A white-flowered form occurs near Yeldersley 
Hamlet, Smith MSS.; also in the lane by Shirley Common (T1). 


*V. sativa L. Vetch. 
Casual. Arable land, railway banks, waste ground, A. June-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
L. On cultivated ground only, about Matlock, B. d N., J.B. Agnes Meadow, 
near Kniveton. 
C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. 
Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Between Shirley Village and LEdnaston, 
Smith MSS. Foston. 
T2. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. Breadsall, Crewe & Whittaker. 
T3. Milton; canal side, Willington, Gibbs. Burton, Hb. Mason! MRepton, 
Wild Fl. Rept. Egginton Common. 


V. angustifolia LZ. Wild Vetch. 

Native. BE. MHedge-banks, heaths, wood borders. Not uncommon, A. 
May-Aug. 

First record, Wild Fl. Rept., 1866. 

L. Ascends up to 300 yards in Miller’s Dale, Rogers, J.B. 

Gl. Edale. 

G2. Baslow. 

Tl. Turnditch, Painter, J.B. Egginton Station; by Spread Eagle Inn, 
Findern; Bearwardcote, Mickleover. 

T2. Draycott, Gibbs. Morley, Painter, Natt, Elvaston; by the canal 
below Osmaston. 


110 LEGUMINOS&. 


T3. Calke, Blozam. Gresley, Painter, J.B. Between Repton and Milton, 
Wild Fl. Rept. 
Var. Bobartii Koch. 

Tl. Gravelly bank of pasture, Shirley. 

T3. Dimminsdale, Calke, Purchas, J.B. 


[V. lathyroides J. 


Native or error? B. 
T3. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept.) 


LATHYRUS ll. 
*L. Aphaca J. 
Casual. E. Pilkington, 1789. 
C. Pinxton, Pilkington. 
T3. Flint Mill yard, Newton Road, Burton, Nowers. 


L. Nissolia Z. Grass Vetch. Top. Bot. ‘‘ Davidson sp.” 
Native. E. Fields, broken ground, banks. Rare and local. A. June-July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
C. Cornfield near Alfreton, Pilkington. 
Tl. Nutwood at Darley [Derby], Glover. 
T2. Draycott House, Smith MSS. Betwixt Breaston and Risley, Pilkington. 


*L hirsutus JL. 
Casual. LG. Pilkington, 1789. 
C. South Normanton, Pilkington. 
T3. Flint Mill yard, Newton Road, Burton, Nowers. 


L. pratensis LZ. Meatow Vetchling. 

Native. B. Meadows, hedges, banks. Common and abundant. P. June- 
Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

‘“Common up to 400 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


L. silvestris Z. verlasting Pea. 

Native. E. Woods, bushy banks. Local and rare. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829 (doubtful, as he gives the flowers yellow). 
C.D. 1889. 

T2. Weston-upon-Trent, Atkinson, C.D. By canal, below Chellaston. 


[L. palustris L. 
Native, or error? HE. Pilkington, 1789. 
C. Pinxton, Pilkington.) 


L. montanus Bernh. Wood Pea. Orobus tuberosus L. 

Native. B. Heaths, waysides, banks, wood borders. Frequent. P. April- 
July. 

First record, Jewitt, 1811. 


LEGUMINOS#E. ROSACER. 111 


L. Alsop Moor, not common on the limestone, Purchas, J.B. Ashwood 
Dale, Green, C.D. Miller’s Dale, Rogers, J.B. Near Matlock, Waterfall, C.D. 
Near Bradwell, Painter, Natt. Stony Middleton; Tideswell Dale. ; 

Gl. Between Bugsworth and R. Goyt, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers. Edale ; 
near the Snake Inn; Woodseats, near Castleton; Chinley; near Eyam; 
Hathersage. 

G2. Wirksworth ; Chatsworth, Gibbs. Pincham’s Hill, Belper; Idridgehay ; 
Abney; east of Bradwell; Great Hucklow; between Birchover and Stanton ; 
Birchill Bank, Baslow. 

C. Totley; West Hallam, Painter, Natt. Near Beighton; woods between 
Eckington and Norton, Gibbs. Denby; Loscoe; by pool east of Killamarsh; 
Codnor; Shirland ; New Stanton. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Nat‘. Shirley; Bradley; Barton Park; Findern. 
Nutwood at Darley, near Derby, Glover. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Dale Abbey Woods, Painter, J.B. 

T3. Scarce about Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. Etwall Road, 
Repton, Hagger, C.D. Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 

Var. acutifolius Bab. Var. tenuifolius Roth. 

G1. Stirrup Wood, Charlesworth, Painter, J.B. Ladybower, Edale, with 
the type. 

T2. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. 

T3. Bretby Park, Gibbs. Occurs occasionally with the type, 77. Burton. 


ROSACEA. 
PRUNUS 1. 


P. spinosa LZ. Sloe. Blackthorn. P. communis Huds. 

Native. B. Hedges, woods. Common. 8S. March-May. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Generally distributed and everywhere common. ‘ Native on the cliffs of 
the dales up to 350 yards,” Baker, J.B. The seasons when it fruits well are 
exceptional. In wet and dull springs the flowers accompany the leaves. Var. 
coetanea, E. B. Measham in Hb, Mason ! 


P. insititia Huds. Bullace. 

Native. E. Hedges, copses. Frequent. S. April-May. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Via Gellia, B. d& N., J.B. Pindale, near Castleton. 

G1. Edale, plentiful, perhaps cultivated ; Bamford. 

G2. Shatton; Kirk Ireton, west side. 

C. Field at the Hague, Renishaw, Waterfall, C.D. Stanley, Painter, Natt 
Calow; Smalley; Crowhole, near Barlow; Slatepit Dale, Holymoorside; New 


Brampton. Pinxton, Pilkington. 


112 ROSACEA. 


P. Palterton ; Cresswell Crags. 

Tl. Derby, Painter, Natt. Shirley; Brailsford, near Pool Head; Hatton ; 
Boylestone. Between Allestree and Quarndon; Mackworth, Glover. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Ockbrook, Painter, J.B. 

T3. Drakelow, Hb. Mason! Smith’s Plantation, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 
Swarkeston. 


*P. domestica L. Wild Plum. 
Alien. Hedges, thickets. Rare. S. April-May. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
C. Staveley, Painter, Nat‘. Heanor, Watson’s N.B.G. 
Tl. In a hedge in the Humbleton Farm, near Derby, Glover. 
T2. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. 
T3. An escape from cultivation at Calke Mill, Pwrchas, J.B. 


P. Avium LZ. Wild Cherry. Gean. 

Native. E. Hedges, woods and copses. Frequent. T. April-May. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

G1. Between Bugsworth and New Mills, Rogers, J.B. Mellor, Fl. Ashton. 

G2. Duffield, Painter, Natt. Baslow. 

C. Millhouses; Beauchief, The Naturalist. Norton, Gibbs. Woods N.E. 
of Coal Aston; Walton Wood; Nether Loads, Old Brampton. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

Tl. Kedleston, Painter, J.B. Shirley; Over Burrows, Brailsford; near 
Hilton. Derby, Pilkington. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, C.D. 

T3. Repton Rocks, Burkill, C.D. Bretby, Gibbs. Drakelow, Hb. Mason. 


P. Cerasus L. Dwarf Cherry. 

Native. E. Hedges. Local and rather rare. Small tree. April-May. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Gl. In the Etherow district. 

G2. In the lane between Hassop and Baslow, Linton. 

P. Fields near Clowne, Waterfall, C.D. Glapwell, Pilkington. 

Tl. Osmaston-by-Ashbourne; Clifton, Smith MSS. Between Brailsford and 
Spinnyford Brook, in several places ; main road Osmaston to Ashbourn ; between 
Cubley Brook and Birchwood Park; lane from Old Yeldersley to Ednaston. 
Mackworth, Pilkington. 

T3. Calke, Bloxram. By the Churchyard, Repton, Rept. Ff. d F. Bretby, 
Glover. 


P, Padus JL. Bird Cherry. 

Native. S. Copses, woods. Local. T. May. 

First record, Ray. Cat., 1677. Cerasus avium nigra et racemosa. 

L. Cliffs about Lovers’ Leap, 350 yards, Baker, J.B. Chee Tor to Topley 
Pike, Carr. Monk’s Dale, 350 yards, West, J.B. Via Gellia, Rowland, C.D. 
Matlock, Bot. Guide. Lathkil Dale and Brassington Rocks, Gibbs. Cromford, 
Crewe & Whittaker. Upperend of Dovedale; Fenny Bentley, Purchas, J.B. 


ROSACEE. 113 


Gl. Fernilee, frequent, Barker. Stirrup Wood, Fl. Ashton. Chapel-en-le- 
Frith, Watson’s N.B.G. Allport Dale; Bamford; Near Eyam; Hood Brook, 
Hathersage ; Woodseats, Castleton; Edale. 

G2. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Banks of R. Derwent, Whatstandwell, Painter, 
J.B. Shatton; near Offerton; Grindleford Bridge. 

Tl. Low thickets on Wyaston Brook, Smith MSS. Peathays, Shirley ; 
between Mercaston and Cupiss Lane, Brailsford. 

T3. Copse left of the road from Repton to Burton, Rept. F. & F. 


SPIRZA L. 


S. Ulmaria L. Meadow Sweet. 

Native. B. Meadows, brooksides, copses. Common. P. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Common in the limestone valleys to 350 yards, Baker, J.B. .Miller’s 
Dale; Buxton, Rogers. Monk’s Dale, 350 yards, West, J.B. 

Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers. Near the Snake Inn; Edale. 

G2. By the Cromford Canal, Rogers. Baslow; Kelstedge. Dutftield, 
Pilkington, 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. By West Hallam Station; Dale; Alfreton ; 
Newton Wood; by Pebley Pond. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. Bolsover. 

Tl. Common about Derby, C.D. Mickleover, Bindley. Shirley; Barton 
Blount; Marston-on-Dove; Canal side below Osmaston. 

T3. Ditches at Calke, Purchas, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


S. Filipendula L. Dropwort. 

Native. EG. Dry pastures, preferring limestone. Local. June-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Between Newhaven and Middleton, by Grange Mill, Purchas. Miller’s 
Dale; Hartington; Youlgreave, Painter, J.B. & Natt. Buxton, Buxton Guide. 
Dovedale, Bindley. Cressbrook Dale, Tunsley Dale and Litton. 

T2. Between Chellaston and Weston-on-Trent, Purchas, J.B. 

T3. In very small quantity in one or two spots about Calke, and in a spot 
between Ticknall and Hartshorn, Pwrchas, J.B. Between Swarkeston and 
Ingleby, Hassé, C.D. Between Parson’s Hill and the Trent, Repton, Wild FI. 
Rept. 


RUBUS JL. 


R. idaeus L. Raspberry. 

Native. B. Waysides, hedges, woods, heaths. Common. S. June-July. 

First’ record, Martyn, Phil. Trans. XXXVI, 1729. 

“Common up to 450 yards in Goyt’s Clough,” Baker, J.B. “Up to 300 
yards about Matlock,” B. d: N., J.B. Up to 350 yards near the Snake Inn; 400 
yards at Totley Moss. 

Var. obtusifolius Willd. R. Leesii Bab. 
G2. Wirksworth, between the railway and the Tennis Club Ground, Gibbs. 


I 


114 ROSACE®, 


Tl. Near Hulland Ward, between Mercastoh and Intake Chapel; 
Shirley Vicarage grounds, B.H.C. Rep. 1890, 284, and 1891, 326. 

The variety invariably occurs with the type, and in less quantity. 
Var. asperrimus Lees. 

G2. Chatsworth. 

C. Walton Wood, Linton. 


R. fruticosus L. Branble. Blackberry. 

Native. B. Hedges, woods, copses, heaths. Common. S. June-Oct. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

The aggregate species ranges from the lowest levels, about 30 yards up to 
about 450 yards, R, Selmert and R. dasyphyllus reaching the highest altitude, 


R. fissus Lindi. 

Native. B. Boggy places in woods and by streams. Not uncommon. 
S. June-July. 

First record, Purchas, J.B., 1885. 

L. Between Scow Brook and Kirk Ireton. 

Gl. Derwent Dale; Edale; near Hope, by R. Noe; near Eyam. 

G2. Near Alderwasley; near Wirksworth, Gibbs. Woods, Harthill Moor ; 
Ramsley Moor, near Baslow; above Hathersage; Grindleford Bridge; Froggatt ; 
woodland near Stanton. 

C. Near Holmesfield, The Naturalist. Smeekly Wood, Gibbs. Moor Lawn 
Coppice, Holymoorside. 

Tl. On the New Red Sandstone at Bradley Wood, east of Ashbourne, 
Purchas, J.B. Shirley Wood; The Holt, Ednaston; near Drabble Car, Bradley 
Brook ; Hulland Moss; Cross o’ th’ Hands; Breward’s Car, Mugginton. 

[R. suberectus Anders., Smith MSS., also J.B, 1889, 178, 252, was an 
error, | 


R. Rogersii Linton. 

Native. B. Hedges in boggy ground. Local and rare. S. Late June- 
Sept. 

First record, B.H#.C. Rep. for 1890, 1891, 285. &. opacus var. See also 
J.B,, 1894, 213-4, 

Tl. Shirley, hedges between the Mill and the Wood. 


R. plicatus WV. § N. Top. Bot. ‘‘ Bloxam.”’ 

Native. B. Copses, hedges, ditch banks. Local. S. June-Aug. 

First record, Watson, Cyb. Brit., 1852. 

G2. Froggatt; Hathersage Booths. 

Tl. In hedges of pastures between the Mill and the Wood, Shirley; 
Breward’s Car, Mugginton; Drabble Car, Bradley Brook; lane between Bradley 
Wood and Nether Sturston. 

T3. Bog at Repton Rocks, probably correctly named, Purchas, J.B. Calke 
Abbey, Bloxam in Bab. Brit. Rub. 

[R. nitidus, Painter, Natt., was an error. | 


ROSACEX. : 115 


R. carpinifolius /”. § N. 

Native. B. Hedges and bushy places, open woods. Local. S. July-Sept. 

First record, Purchas, J.B., 1885. R. ramosus. See also J.B., 1888, 330. 

L. Near Cressbrook School Church, C.D. 

Gl. Derwent Dale; Ashopton; near Hope; Upper Hurst Brook, Bamford ; 
Whaley Bridge; between New Mills and Hague Bar. 

G2. Between Youlgreave and Robin Hood’s Stride (named R. ramosus by 
Mr. Bloxam), Purchas, J.B. Abney Clough; Otterdale, below Shatton Moor ; 
near Hathersage Booths; Froggatt; Calver; by Bar Brook, above Baslow ; 
Belper. 

C. Near Dore, The Naturalist. Near Beauchief Abbey; Wingerworth. 

Tl. Wood on the south side of Bradley; Shirley Wood and Brook; copse 
north of Ednaston Lodge; Markeaton; Allestree Park; Sudbury. 

T3. Repton Rocks, Gibbs. 


R. incurvatus Zab. 

Native. AH. Hedges, bushy places. Local. S. July-Aug. 

First record, Rogers, J.B., 1885. 

L. Hill above Miller’s Dale; agrees with Welsh incwrvatus, Rogers, J.B. 
Near Matlock Bridge, Wats. B.E.C. Rep., 1894, 4. Between Ashford and Tadding- 
ton, near R. Wye; Sheldon; Oaker Hill, near Wensley. 

Gl. Near Thornhill. 

G2. Hillcliff Lane, Shottle. 

C. Kirk Hallam; by a pool east of Killamarsh; Beighton; Spink Hill, near 
Eckington. 

Tl. Roadside between Mickleover and Etwall, Gibbs. By Shirley Brook, 
Yeldersley, B.H.C. Rep. 1890, 288; and near the Church, Brailsford, B.E.C. Rep. 
1888, 207 (R. Muenteri); Bradley; Cockshead Lane, Norbury; Allestree Park; 
Church Broughton; near Burnaston House; Hilton; between Longford and 
Boylestone. 

T2. About Long Eaton; near Sawley Junction; Shardlow. 

T3. Canal side between Willington and Findern, Gibbs. By the main road 
east side of Egginton Common; Swarkeston Junction, by the canal. 


R. Lindleianus les. 

Native. B. Hedges, woods, heaths. Common. S. July-Aug. Fruits into 
November. 

First record, Watson, Cyb. Brit., 1852. R. nitidus. 

L. Quarry at Matlock Bath, B. d N., J.B. Quarry refuse at Cromford, 
Bailey, C.D, Miller’s Dale, Rogers. 

Gl. By the Etherow, near Dinting; Charlesworth; Woodseats, Castleton ; 
Bamford ; Hathersage ; Low Leighton, near New Mills. 

G2, Woods and thickets at Whatstandwell, B. d N., J.B. By Cromford 
Canal, Rogers. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Shatton; east of Bradwell; near Hather- 
sage; Grindleford Bridge. 

C. Denby; West Hallam Station; Mapperley; Loscoe; Beighton; Coal 
Aston; Dale; New Stanton. 


116 : ROSACEA. 


P. Cresswell Crags. 

Tl. Hedges at Bradley Wood, Purchas. Boylestone, Gibbs. Allestree Park ; 
Shirley; Church Broughton ; Sudbury. 

T2. Sandiacre; about Long Eaton. 

T3. Hedges and thickets about Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. 
Willington, Painter, Natt. Swarkeston. 


R. erythrinus Genev. 

Native. HA. Woods, hedges, bushy banks. Rare. S. July-Aug. 

First record, B.H.C. Rep. for 1900, 1901. 

C. By a bridge over the stream on the south side of Holymoorside (‘‘seems 
very near R. erythrinus,” Rogers). 


R. durescens JV’. PR. Linton. 

Native. Z. Hedges, heaths, bushy banks, woods. Local. S. July-Aug. 

First record, B.H.C. Rep. for 1887, 1888, 175. R. septorwm. See also J.B., 
1892, 70. 

G2. Between Ambergate and Wirksworth, Gibbs. Hillcliff Lane, Shottle ; 
Belper ; Duffield; Holbrook, and Daypark. 

Tl. Cross o’ th’ Hands, Hulland Ward; Hulland Moss; Breward’s Car, 
Mugginton ; Wood Lane, Brailsford; between Shirley and Ednaston; Bradley 
Wood ; between Church Broughton and Sutton. 


R. rhamnifolius V. § 4. 
Native. HB. Hedges, heaths. Local. S. July-Sept. 
First record, Baker, J.B., 1884; also J.B., 1895, 48. 
L. Bottom of Monsal Dale, 200 yards, Baker, J.B. 
G2. Belper. 
Tl. Breward’s Car, Mugginton; Long Lane, towards Brailsford ; Thurvaston 
Stoop ; Osliston. 
T3. In hedges about Calke, Purchas, J.B. 
Var. Bakeri F.A. Lees. 
Gl. Charlesworth; near Ashopton Inn. 
Tl. Lane between Old Ednaston and Brailsford Bridge. 


R. dumnoniensis 2a. 

Native. HA. Hedges, thickets. Rare. S. July-Aug. 

First record, Rogers, Brit. Rub., 1900. 

T3. Close to Repton, on the left hand, going to Willington; between 
Repton Park and the Hayes, at the corner of the roads to Burton and 
Hartshorn, Gibbs. 


R. pulcherrimus Newn. 2. wnbrosus auct. angl. J.B. 1890, 131, 166. 
Native. BA. Hedges, commons, heaths. Frequent. S. July-Sept. 
First record, Watson’s Cyb. Brit., 1852. R. carpinifolius. 
L. Monsal Dale; Wye Valley, below Chee Tor, 200-250 yards, Baker, J.B. 
Not seen about Matlock, B. & N., J.B. 


ROSACE. 117 


Gl. Near the Snake Inn; Ashopton; Charlesworth; The Heath, Glossop ; 
Mills, near Mellor; Eccles Pike, 1,100 feet; Edale; Hood Brook, Hathersage ; 
Upper Hurst Brook, Bamford. 

G2. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Belper; Hazelwood; Otterdale, below Shatton 
Moor; east of Bradwell; near Hathersage Booths; Froggatt; Totley Moss, 1,200 
feet; Hay Wood, Grindleford. 

C. Millhouses; near Holmesfield, The Naturalist. Tuady Wood, near Kirk 
Hallam; Dronfield; Killamarsh; Wood Linkin, near Codnor, and near Codnor 
Station. 

Tl. Bradley Wood, Purchas, J.B. Breward’s Car, and near Intake Chapel, 
Mugginton; Kedleston; Allestree Park; Hulland Moss; Brailsford; Shirley ; 
The Holt, Edlaston; Long Lane; Hatton (B.H.C. Rep. 1888, 208, R. near 
rhombifolius and leucandrus; 1887, 171; 1888, 207, R. Muenterz ; 1890, 290, 
R. polyanthemos). : 

T3. Between Calke and Melbourne, Purchas, J.B. Repton, Haggar, C.D. 
Milton ; Willington; Repton Rocks; Bretby, Gibbs. Egginton Common. 


R. Lindebergii P. J. Muell. J.B., 1892, 114. 


Native. B. Heaths, bushy banks, fields. Local. S. July-Aug. 

First record, J.B., 1895. 

L. Masson Hill, Matlock Bath; Taddington Dale; Hartle Dale, Bradwell. 

G1. Wash, and Malcoff, near Chapel; Chinley; Briergrove, Rowarth ; 
Edale ; Bamford. 

G2. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Abney Clough; Shatton and Otterdale; Froggatt ; 
Edensor, 

C. Fox Lane, near Unthank, Gibbs. Wadshelf. 

Tl. About Stenson and Findern; The Knowl, Bradley; Hulland Moss; 
Breward’s Car, Mugginton ; Mercaston; Yeldersley Lane. 

T3. Repton Rocks, Gibbs. 


R. villicaulis Moch/., var. Selmeri Lindeb. R. afinis Blox. Top. Bot. 

‘*Bloxam.”” J.B., 1894, 43. 

Native. B. Hedges, cars, thickets. Frequent. S. July-Sept. 

First record, Watson's Cyb. Brit. 1852. R. affinis. 

Gl. Between New Mills and Bugsworth, Rogers. Charlesworth; by the 
Etherow, near Dinting; Mills, near Mellor; Chinley, 1,100 feet on Eccles Pike; 
Edale ; Ashopton. 

G2. Near Stony Middleton; woodland, Hathersage Booths; Froggatt; 
Curbar; Hay Wood, Grindleford; Kelstedge. 

Tl. The Holt, Edlaston (B.H.C. Rep. 1890, 285, and 1891, 326); east of 
Church Broughton ; Burnaston; Breward’s Car, Mugginton ; near Nether Biggin; 
Blackwall. 

T3. White Lees, Ticknall, and by the side of the Repton Road, Ticknall, 
Purchas, J.B. Repton Rocks, Gibbs. By the main road, east of Egginton 
Common. 


118 ROSACER. 


Var. calvatus Blox. J.B. 1887, and 1894, 44. 

Gl. Above Low Leighton, New Mills. 

G2. Woodland, Hathersage Booths. 

Tl. Between Willington and Findern, Gibbs. Shirley (B.H#.C. Rep., 1888, 
206); The Holt, Edlaston; Snelston; Sudbury; Allestree Park; a setose form 
near Ednaston Hall (B.H.C. Rep., 1887, 172, and 1890, 289). 

T3. Bank of Ashby Road, over Pistern Hill; also at Dimminsdale, Calke, 
Purchas, J.B. Repton Rocks; lane to Milton, just above Repton Park Road, 
Gibbs. 

F. calvula. A small form or variety, intermediate between R. calvatus and 
R. durescens, occurs in several places in Tl, near Shirley and Brailsford, B.#.C. 


Rep. for 1899, 1900. 


R. rhombifolius Weihe. 
Native? #H. Hedges. Rare. S. July-Sept. 
First record, J.B., 1895, 49. 
Tl. Near Spinnyford Brook, towards the Knob, Hulland. 


R. gratus Focke. 
Native? HB. Heaths, woods, hedges. Rare. S. July-Aug. 


First record, B.H.C. Rep., 1888, 173. 
Tl. By the brook in Shirley Wood, 


R. thyrsoideus Wimm. J.B., 1898, 45; 1894, 45. 

Native. H. Hedges. Locally plentiful. S. Late July-Aug. 

First record, Top. Bot. 140, Bloxam, 1874; also Purchas, J.B., 1887. 

Tl. Findern; Etwall, Gibbs. Staker Flats, Mickleover. 

T2. Near Trent Station; by the canal near Thrumpton Ferry and Trent 
Lock; near Sawley; about Chellaston Station; Long Eaton; Elvaston. 

T3. Near Stanton-by-Bridge, Purchas, J.B. (Bloxam first found and correctly 
named this). Repton, C.D. Milton; between Stapenhill and Cauldwell, Gibbs. 
Egginton Common; near Swarkeston Church (B.H.C. Rep., 1895, 475). 


R. robustus P.J. Muell. J.B., 1895, 78. 
Native. H. Hedges, copses. Locally plentiful, S. July-Aug. 
First record, B.H.C. Rep., 1890, 249. R. macroacanthus. 

Tl. Yeaveley; Stydd; between Snelston and Darley Moor. 


R. rusticanus Mere. 

Native. B. Hedges, thickets. Frequent. S. July-Sept. 

First record, Watson’s Cyb. Brit., 1852. R. discolor. 

L. Common about Tissington and Dovedale; seen only once at Matlock in 
a lane at the top of Bonsall; B. & N., J.B. Monsal Dale, C.D. Matlock Bath, 
plentiful; near Calver, 

G2. Calton Lees, Chatsworth; Shottle Gate; Hazelwood. 

C. Near Wingfield, Gibbs. Millthorpe, near Holmesfield; Spink Hill, 
Eckington; by pool east of Killamarsh; Kirk Hallam; Beighton; Crowhole, 
Barlow; Sutton; Barlborough; New Stanton; Dale. 


ROSACE. 119 


P. Common on the Magnesian limestone, The Naturalist. Bolsover; 
Whaley Mill. 

Tl. Mugginton, Painter, Nat‘. Shirley; Mercaston; Cubley; about Tut- 
bury Station ; Hoon; Longford. 

T2. Near Thrumpton Ferry, and Trent Lock; Risley Park. 

T3. Hedges and banks about Calke; R. macroacanthus Blox., between 
White Lees and Broadstone, Ticknall, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. Stanton- 
by-Bridge, Painter, Natt. Egginton Common. 


R. pubescens Weihe. R. thyrsoideus Bab. 
Native. H. Hedges. Local and rare. S. July-Sept. 
First record, Watson’s Cyb. Brit., 1852. R. thyrsoideus. 
G2. Near the railway station at Whatstandwell, B. & N., J.B. 
Tl. Near Mercaston. 


R. macrophyllus VV. § NX. 

Native. BA. Hedges, bushy places, woods. Local. S. July-Aug. 

First record, Watson’s Cyb. Brit., 1852. 

G2. Alderwasley; Ambergate, Gibbs. Millpool, Woolley, Ashover Hay. 

C. Chamnifield Wood, Linacre Brook (a form going off towards R. dani- 
cus Focke, Rogers), Gibbs. 


Var. Schlechtendali (Weihe). J.B. 1895, 79. 
Tl. Spinnyford Brook, south of Hulland, by the roadside. 


Var. amplificatus (Lees). Bab. Brit. Rub., 1869. 

G2. Thickets at Whatstandwell, B. d N., J.B. By the Cromford Canal, 
Rogers. Old quarry, Pincham’s Hill, Belper; Lindup Wood, Chatsworth ; 
Kelstedge. 

C. Newton Wood, abundant. 

Tl. Sandy Brook, near Ashbourne, rare, Purchas, J.B. Near Shirley, 
B.E.C. Rep., 1893, 364. Cross o’ th’ Hands, near Hulland; Blackwall. 

T3. Melbourne, Purchas, J.B. Calke Abbey, Bab. Brit. Rub. 


R. Sprengelii Wvihe. 

Native. AH. Hedges, heaths, copses. Frequent. S, July-Sept. 

First record, Watson’s Cyb. Brit., 1852. 

G1. Ashopton; Chinley; near Crowden Reservoir; Glossop; Charlesworth ; 
Edale; Upper Hurst Brook, Bamford; Hood Brook, Hathersage. 

G2. Seen once between Whatstandwell and Wirksworth; moors near 
Ringinglow and Dore; Stanton Moor, The Naturalist. Near Stony Middleton; 
woodland near Hathersage Booths; Froggatt; below Abney, and Highlow Hall; 
near Birchover; Belper. 

C. Brookside above Denby; Hackenthorpe and Moorhole; Park Hall 
Woods, near Barlborough; woods near Coal Aston; near Beauchief Abbey ; 
Linacre Wood; Dale. 


120 ROSACEA. 


Tl. Near Boylestone, Gibbs. Shirley; Yeldersley; Bradley; Mercaston; 
Blackwall. 
T3. In hedges between Calke and Melbourne, and near to Southwood 


Farm, Purchas, J.B. Repton Rocks, Gibbs. Main road, east of Egginton 
Common, 


R. hirtifolius Mvell. § Wirtg. 

Native. AH. Hedges, bushy places. Rare. S. July-Aug. 

First record, The Flora. 

C. Near Wingerworth, roadside near Slate-pit and Holymoorside, a form 
between the type and v. danicus (W.M. Rogers in litt.). 


R. pyramidalist Ac/t. 

Native. 6. Commons, woods, hedges. Rare. S. July-Aug. 

First record, J.B., 1895, 80. 

Gl. Near New Mills. 

G2. By Bar Brook, above Baslow, Linton. 

C. Between Holymoorside and Wingerworth. 

Tl. Black Brook Road, near Mercaston. 

T3. Repton Shrubs; ‘‘a curious form going off from R. pyramidalis towards 
R. Radula” (Rogers); Repton Rocks, ‘‘I think a weak shade grown form” 
(Rogers), Gibbs. 


R. leucostachys Schleich. 

Native. Bb. Hedges, banks, woods. Frequent. S. July-Sept. 

First record, Watson’s Cyb. Brit., 1852. 

L. Monsal Dale, and roadside over Cressbrook Mill, 200-300 yards, Baker, 
J.B. Dovedale; about Matlock, ascending to 800 yards in Masson Wood, B. ¢& N., 
J.B. Near “ Pig-of-Lead,”’ Cromford, Bailey, C.D. Great Shacklow Wood. 

Gl. Etherow district; Mills near Mellor; Chinley ; Ashopton. 

G2. By Cromford Canal, Rogers. Near Eyam, and Grindleford Bridge; 
Birchover ; Abney Clough; Belper; Duffield; Shottle Gate. 

C. Smalley; West Hallam Station; Mapperley; Denby; Duckmanton 
between Greenhill and Bradway; Dale. 

P. Bolsover; Elmton; Markland Grips; Langwith; Cresswell; Pleasley. 

Tl. Shirley; Brailsford ; Sudbury; Eaton Woods; Hatton; Allestree Park. 
In this district the flowers vary in colour from white to deep pink. 

T3. Hedges between Calke and Pistern Hill, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. 


R. criniger Linton. 

Native. . lLane-sides, woodlands, banks. Locally plentiful. S. July- 
Sept. 

First record, J.B., 1894, 108. This is the R. pubescens of B.E.C. Rep., 1888, 
172. 

Tl. Bradley; Yeldersley Lane; Shirley; Snelston; Hulland Ward; Hatton, 
and towards Heathtop ; Little Derby, Etwall, and near Findern. 

T3. Milton; Repton Rocks, Gibbs. 


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R. mucronatus Blox. R. mucronulatus Bor. 

Native. B. Hedges, copses. Local. S. July-Aug. 

First record, B.E.C. Rep., 1888, 172. &. amphichloros ? 

G1. Ashopton, on the Sheffield Road; Mellor; near Chisworth. 

C. Near Sheffield, in Derbyshire, Gibbs. 

Tl. About Stydd and Darley Moor; Yeaveley ; Shirley, copse by brickyard ; 
Bradley (B.H.C. Rep., 1889, 211; R. Purchasiz). 


R. anglosaxonicus (Gelert. 

Native. HE. Woods, hedges. Local and rare. S. July-Sept. 

First found, Bailey, 1884; record, B.H.C. Rep., 1888, 172 (R. pyramidalis) ; 
1890, 292, and 1892, 365. 

L. Above the New Bath Hotel, Matlock Bath, Bailey. Also east side of the 
river, near the Jubilee Bridge. 

G2. A form of this near Kelstedge, Ashover, B H.C. Rep., 1901, 639. 


Var. raduloides Rogers. 
C. Millhouses, Gibbs. 
Tl. Shirley Mill to the Lodge Farm, a form of this. 


R. melanoxylon Mull. § Wirtg. 
Native. S. Bushy places, hedges. Rare. P. July-Aug. 
First record, The Flora; Rogers Brit. Rub. [57]. 
C. By Great Pond, Wingerworth. 
Tl. A form of this at Tinker’s Inn, Osmaston-by-Ashbourne. 


R. infestus Weile. 

Native. BA. Open woodland, hedges. Rather rare. S. July-Aug. 

First found, W. R. Linton, 1895; record, B.E.C. Rep., 1896, 477. 

G1. Near Nether Hurst, Bamford ; Low Leighton, near New Mills. 

G2. Woodland near Hathersage Booths; Froggatt; Baslow; Kelstedge; 
Ambergate; near Duffield. 

C. Brierly Wood, near Sheepbridge, not typical; Lawn Moor Copse, Holy- 
moorside, 

Tl. Between Rodsley and Yeaveley. 


R. Borreri Bell. Salt. 
Native. HA. Open woodland, bushy places. Rare. S. July-Aug. 
First record, The Flora. 
C. Woodland about Unstone and Sheepbridge. 


R. Drejeri @. Jensen. 

Native. EB. Woods, hedges, bushy places. Rare. S. July-Aug. 

First record, The Flora. 

G2. Railway bank opposite Wirksworth Station, Gibbs. 

C. Lounge Wood, near Unstone, Gibbs. Brierly Wood; between Peacock 
Inn and Horsley Gate. 


12, ROSACE. 


R. Radula Weihe. 
Native. B. Hedges, woods, commons. Rather rare. S. July-Sept. 
First record, Watson’s Cyb. Brit., 1852. 
L. Dovedale, B.E.C. Rep., 1883, 37. Oxlow Rake; High Dale, Taddington. 
G2. Wirksworth, Gibbs. 
C. Millhouses, The Naturalist. Kirk Hallam; Loscoe; Coal Aston; Denby ; 
by pool east of Killamarsh; Walton Wood. 


Var. anglicanus Rogers. 
Tl. Between Willington and Findern, Gibbs. 
T3. Bretby, Gibbs. 


Var. echinatoides Rogers. J.B. 1895, 82. 

L, Taddington Wood, 200-250 yards, Baker, J.B. The Masson Woods, 300 
yards, B. d N., J.B. Miller’s Dale, C.D. Near Calver. 

G1. Ashopton; Whaley Bridge. 

G2. By Cromford Canal, Rogers. Stanton Moor, Gibbs. Between Abney 
and Highlow Hill; Shatton; by R. Derwent, below Mytham Bridge; Manners 
Wood, Chatsworth ; Hillcliff Lane. 

C, Hackenthorpe; Unstone, Gibbs. 

P. Bolsover. 

Tl. Between Mickleover and Etwall, Gibbs. Allestree Park; Blackwall ; 
Shirley ; Yeldersley; Snelston; Eaton Woods; Longford; Barton Park. 

T3. Hedgebank of the Ashby Road, on Pistern Hill, Purchas, J.B. 


R. echinatus Lindl. R. rudis Bab. 

Native. HB. Hedges, woods. Not unfrequent. S. July-Sept. 

First record, Watson's Cyb. Brit., 1852. 

C. Cresswell, and Cresswell Crags. 

G2. Ashover Hay. 

Tl. Longford; Boylestone; Cubley; Yeaveley; Eaton Woods, abundant ; 
The Holt, Edlaston; Shirley; Brailsford; Kedleston; Church Broughton to 
Sutton; Hatton. 

T2. Risley Park. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby; Linton, Gibbs. By canal, 
Swarkeston Junction. 


R. rudis V7. ¢ N. 
Native. H. Hedges and bushy places. Rare. S. July-Sept. 
First record, B.H.C. Rep., 1891, 317. 
L. On slopes west of Matlock Bath. 
C. Tiane side between Loscoefield and Wood Linkin, near Loscoe. 


R. oigoclados Mell. § Lefv., var. Newbouldii (Bad.). 
Native. EH. Hedges, bushy places. Rare. S. July-Aug. 
First record, The Flora; for the type, Rogers Brit. Rub, [57| 


ROSACER. nS 


C. Owler Car, north of Coal Aston, Gibbs. 

T3. Behind Repton Park near Loscoe Farm; bottom of Repton Shrubs by 
Hartshorn Road; Repton Rocks; hedge at the top end of Bretby Mill Dam, 
Gibbs. 


Var. Bloxamianus (Colem.). 

First record, J.B., 1863, 145. 

Tl. Roadside between Little Derby and Egginton Station, and near Bur- 
naston House, and Spread Eagle Inn. 

T3. Repton, Hagger, C.D. Hedges between Ticknall and Stanton-by- 
Bridge, Purchas, J.B. Roadside near Rosliston; near Cauldwell; Linton (a 
shade form of woods); Bretby; Milton, Gibbs. Willington (R. saxicolus B.E.C. 


Rep. 1893), now placed here, fide Rogers. Between Willington and Egginton 
Common. 


R. podophyllus P. J. Mil. 

Native. HA. Bushy places, ravines, hedges, Local. S. July-Aug. 

First record, Linton, J.B., 1894, 24. 

G1. On quarry refuse near Charlesworth, Bailey. Tarden, near Mellor ; 
New Mills; near Goyt’s Bridge; a robust quinate leaved form occurs about 
Charlesworth and Stirrup Benches. 

C. Near Owler Bar; Unstone; Dronfield; Hackenthorpe, and Moorhole, 
Gibbs. 


T3. Willington; Repton, and Repton Shrubs; Milton, Gibbs. 


R. Babingtonii Bell Sait. R. seaber Bab. 

Native. EH. Woods, hedges. Rare. S. July-Aug. 

First record, Bab. Brit. Rub., 1869. R. scaber. 

C. Foxstone Wood, S. of Eckington; Old Park Wood, near Beauchiet ; 
Brierly Wood, Unstone ; Moorhole, near Hackenthorpe, Gzbbs. 

T3. Calke, Bab. Brit. Rub. 
Var. phyllothyrsus (K. Frid.) 

Tl. Shirley, laneside towards Shirley Park, Rogers (B.E.C. Rep., 1897). 


R. fuscus WV. § N. 

Native. HE. Hedges, woods. Rare. S. July-Aug. 

First records, B.H.C. Rep., 1891, 294; 1892, 331. 

G2. Ambergate. 

C. Near Dore Station (v. macrostachys P. J. M. ?); Cobnor Wood, Sheep- 
bridge (f. Rogers), Gibbs. 

Tl. About Hulland, B.H.C. Rep., 1894, 403; near Nether Biggin. 


R. pallidus VW. § J. 

Native. E. Copses, and bushy places, especially near streams. Rare. S. 
July-Aug. 

First found, W. R. Linton, 1897; record, Rogers Brit. Rub., 1900. 

C. Smeekley Wood, near Holmesfield; Owler Car, near Coal Aston, Gibbs, 
Wooded ravine between Owler Lees and Totley. 


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R. scaber W. § NV. 


Native. HA. Hedges, roadsides, commons. Locally plentiful. S. July- 
Sept. 

First record, Top. Bot., 1883; also B.E.C. Rep., 1893, 366. 

G2. Old quarry at Pincham’s Hill, Belper; roadside S.E. of Birchover ; 
Kelstedge ; Ambergate. ; 

C. Chamnifield Wood, on the Linacre Brook; by a pond in Cobnor Wood, 
Sheepbridge; Horsley Gate, and Cordwell. Gibbs. Hardwick Wood; Moor Lawn 
Copse, Holymoorside; Wingerworth; Walton Wood; Nether Loads, Old Bramp- 
ton ; Stone Edge Plantation. 

Tl. Plentiful about Cross o’ th’ Hands, Hulland Ward, B.E.C. Rep., 1894, 
410. 


R. foliosus W. § V. BR. flexuosus M. & L. 


Native. HA. Bushy places, hedges. Rare. S. July-Sept. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. R. Giintheri. 

T3. Knowle Hills, Coleman in N.H.T. Repton Shrubs and Repton Rocks, 
Gibbs. Bryan’s Copse, Smisby, Hb. Mason. 


R. rosaceus J’. & NV. 


Native. H. Hedges, woods. Rare. S. July-Sept. 
First record, J.B., 1895, 101. 
G2. Alderwasley; between Shottle Gate and Duffield, Gibbs. 


Var. hystrix (W. & N.). 

First record, Top. Bot. 1883; also B.H.C. Rep., 1888, 175. R. Koehleri. 

G1. Mills, near Mellor; Woodheys, near Chisworth; Whaley Bridge; New 
Mills; near Chinley Station; Upper Hurst Brook, Bamford. 

G2. Near Dore, ‘‘a strongly aciculate form’ (Rogers), The Natwralist. 
Wirksworth, Gibbs. Woodland at Froggatt; near Birchover; Belper; Shottle 
Gate. 

C. Near Totley; between Unstone and Dronfield, and between Dronfield 
and Dore Station, Gibbs. Bolehill, Barlow; woods N.E. of Coal Aston; Brierly 
Wood, Unstone; Walton Wood. 

Tl. Cross o’ th’ Hands, Hulland Ward; Nether Biggin; between Bradley 
and Hulland; Shirley; Edlaston; Snelston. 


Var. infecuntas Rogers. J.B., 1892, 338. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. R. hystrix. 

C. Salter Wood, near Ripley; Park Hall Woods, near Westthorpe; Brierly 
Wood, Unstone. 

Tl. Shirley; Yeldersley; main road, near Cubley; Cross o’ th’ Hands, 
Hulland, Ward. 

T3. Woody places about Calke; between Ticknall and Stanton-by-Bridge 
(R. hystrix), Purchas, J.B. Repton Shrubs and Repton Rocks, Gibbs. 


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Var. Purchasianus Rogers. Brit. Rub., 1900. 


Gl. In a rough lane by lead mines, one mile east of Great Hucklow, 1896. 
G2. Below the road east of Eyam, fide Rogers. 


R. fuscoater Weihe. 
Native. EH. Roadsides, hedges. Rare and local. S. July-Sept. 
First record, Top. Bot., 1883; also B.H.C. Rep., 1893, 367. 
G2. Woodland east of Eyam; Ambergate. 
Tl. Near Cross o’ th’ Hands, towards Mugginton. 


R. Koehleri VV. § N. 

Native. H. Woods, hedges, commons. Rare. S. July-Sept. 

First record, J.B., 1895, 102. 

Gl. Near Buxton, 1,000 feet, Rogers’ Key to Brit. Rub. 
Subsp. dasyphyllus Rogers. 2. pallidus Bab. 

EB. Common. July-Sept. 

First record, Watson’s N.B.G., 1835. R. Koehlert affinis. 

Everywhere abundant! ‘One of the most frequent brambles of the lime- 
stone dales, ascending to 350 yards at the Lovers’ Leap,” Baker, J.B. Above 
Burbage, 450 yards, C.D. 


R. Marshalli Rogers. 
Native. H. Bushy banks, woodland. Rare. S. July-Aug. 
First record, Rogers Brit. Rub., 1900. 
C. Between the Great Pond and the Upper Pond, Wingersworth (f. Rogers). 


(R. viridis Kalt., f. Rogers Brit. Rub., 1900 [57]. 
C. Near Hazlehurst, Gibbs, 1898. ] 


R. hirtus W. § N. 
Native. EH. Woods, copses. Rare. S, July-Aug. 


First noted, Hb. Mason (f. Rogers), 1899; record, Rogers Brit. Rub., 1900. 
T3. Bryan’s Copse, Smisby, Hb. Mason. 


R dumetorum WV. § N., var. ferox Weihe. 
Native. EH. Hedges, road margins, commons. Frequent. S. July-Aug. 
First record, J.B., 1884; see also B.H.C. Rep., 1893, 368. 
L. Abundant in the Via Gellia, B. d& N., J.B. 


G2. Near Wirksworth, Gibbs. Abundant at Whatstandwell, B. d& N., J.B. 
C. Dore, The Naturalist. Beighton. 


Tl. Hoon, near Tutbury; about Kedleston Park; near Shirley; Edlaston; 
near Ashbourne. 


T3. Bretby, Gibbs. Repton, Painter. 


Var. diversifolius (Lindl1.) 

First record, Purchas, J.B., 1885. 

L. A slender form occurs in Dovedale, near the rock called Pickering Tor; 
hedges between Parwich and Alsop-le-Dale (var. intensus), Purchas, J.B. 


126 ROSACEX. 


G1. Between Bugsworth and New Mills, Roger's. 

G2. Pincham’s Hill, Belper; Shottle Gate; Duffield ; Ambergate, 

C. Denby. 

P. Bolsover. 

Tl. Mugginton; Mackworth, Painter, Natt. Allestree; Wood Lane, Brails- 
ford; Nether Biggin; Shirley; Longford; Cubley; Bradley; Eaton Wood ;. 
Green Lane; Norbury (var. intensws); Sudbury. 

T3. Repton (var. intensus), Hagger, C.D. Between Melbourne and Castle 
Donnington, Purchas, J.B. About Repton Rocks, Gibbs. Near Willington. 


Var. rubriforus Purchas. B.E.C. Rep., 1890, 257. R. diversifolius. B.E.C. 

Kep., 1891, 292. 

G2. Wirksworth, Gibbs. 

C. Killamarsh, Gibbs. Near Bagthorpe Farm, Old Brampton; Walton; 
Spink Hill, Eckington; Newton Wood; Fritchley. 

P. Bolsover ; Cresswell; Langwith. 

Tl. Boylestone; Etwall, Gibbs. Shirley; Yeaveley; Cubley; Somersal 
Herbert; Markeaton; Longford; Barton Blount; Church Broughton. 

T3. Egginton Common. 


Var. tuberculatus Bab. R. scabrosus Lond. Cat., 8th Ed.; J.B., 1884. 

L. Frequent, ascending the Wye Valley to 350 yards, near the Lovers’ Leap, 
Baker, J.B. 

G2. Hazelwood, 

C. Breadsall Moor, Painter, Natt. 

Tl. Brailsford (B.H.C. Rep., 1888, 177); Shirley ; Sturston. 

T3. Bretby; Milton; Repton, Gibbs. 


Var. concinnus Baker. J.B., 1884. 

L. One of the commonest brambles in and about Matlock, ascending to 
300 yards, B. d& N., J.B. Bar Moor Clough; Miller’s Dale, Painter. Ashwood 
Dale, Rogers. Kirk Dale, Ashford. 

Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers. Whaley Bridge, B.L.C. Rep., 1890, 258. 
Charlesworth ; Mills, near Mellor; Ashopton ; Bamford ; Hathersage. 

G2. Duffield, Gibbs. Eyam Moor; Shatton ; Stokemoor Wood, Grindleford ; 
Callow, near Wirksworth; Belper. 

C. Common in hedges, Vhe Naturalist. Duckmanton; Denby; Alfreton ; 
Shirland ; Dale. 

P. Bolsover. 

Tl. Near Derby, Painter. By Allestree Park; Bradley; Shirley; near 
Marston Montgomery. 

T2. Risley Park. 

T3. Willington, Gibbs. 


Var. fasciculatus (P. J. Muell.), J.B., 1893, 41 1895, 105. 
Tl. Corley, near Bradley ; Shirley. 


ROSACE. 127 


R. corylifolius Si. 

Native. B. Hedges, woods, banks. Frequent. S. End of June-Aug. 

First record, Watson's Cyb. Brit., 1852. 

L. Up the Wye Valley into Ashwood Dale, 300 yards, Baker, J.B. Dove- 
dale, B. & N., J.B. Cressbrook Dale, Painter. Miller’s Dale, Rogers. Hather- 
sage; Ecclesbourne Brook. 

P. Bolsover. 

Tl. Mugginton; Brailsford to Kedleston; Markeaton; about Tutbury 
Station ; Hatton; Sudbury. 


Var. sublustris (Lees). J.B., 1884. 

L. About Matlock, B. d N., J.B. Monsal Dale; Miller’s Dale; Ashwood 
Dale, C.D. Ashford; Brough; Coomb’s Dale, Calver. 

Gl. Win Hill; between Bamford and Hathersage ; Thornhill. 

G2. East of Bradwell; Froggatt; Rowsley; Duffield. 

C. Sutton; Denby; Beighton. 

P. Clowne; Pleasley. 

Tl. Mugginton, Painter, Natt. Sinfin Moor; Allestree ; Church Broughton ; 
Hatton ; Etwall; Trusley; Longford ; Shirley. 

T2. Chellaston, Painter, Natt, Long Eaton; near Trent Station, and 
Sawley. 

T3. Hedges about Smisby, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. 


Var. cyclophyllus Lindeb, Var. conjungens Bab. J.B., 1884. 
HopeavtanGelliat Bard Nerd. Bs 
G2. Wirksworth, Gibbs. 
Tl. Doveridge, Gibbs. Ednaston. 
T3. Near Ticknall, Purchas, J.B. Bretby; Milton, Gibbs. 


R. Balfourianus Boz. 
Native. HB. Hedges, copses. Rather rare. S. July-Aug. 
First record, J.B., 1895, 105. 
G2. Shottle Gate; Belper. 


Tl. Slack Lane, Brailsford; lane north of Ednaston Lodge; roadside at 
Upper Biggin. 
R. cesius L. Dewberry. 

Native. EB. Woods, hedges, rocks. 
limestone. S. June-Aug, 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 


Frequent on dry soils, especially on 


L. Frequent in Miller’s Dale, ascending to 300 yards over Cressbrook, 
Baker, J.B. Dovedale; Matlock Bath, B. d N., J.B. Chee Dale, Wormhill, 350 
yards, West, J.B. Cromford, Bailey. Brassington Rocks, Gibbs. Middleton 
Dale, Hb. Salt. Bradwell, Painter, Natt. Ashford. 

G2. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Between Hassop and Baslow; near R. Derwent, 
above Allestree. 


C. Near Killamarsh Station; Newton Wood; Barlborough. 


128 ROSACES. 


P. Whitwell; Cresswell, The Natwralist. Bolsover; Langwith Wood ; 
Scarcliffe Park Wood; Cresswell Craggs. 

Tl. Mickleover, Gibbs. Allestree ; Kedleston Park; Markeaton; Longford 
Rodsley. 

T2. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. Near Thrumpton Ferry, and Trent Lock; 
Sawley. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B, Repton; Bretby, Gibbs. 


Var. aquaticus W. & N. Var. umbrosus Reich. Var. agrestis Bab. J.B., 1895. 
L. Monsal Dale; Cressbrook Dale, Purchas. 


Var. tenuis Bell Salt. J.B., 1895. 
L. Near High Tor, Matlock Bath, Watson's B.E.C. Rep., 1895, 6. 


Var. arvensis Wallr. Var. ligerinus Genev. Var. ulmifolius Bab. 
L. Ballidon, B.H.C. Rep., 1890, 258. Lathkil Dale. 


Various hybrid rubi have been noticed in the County, as:— 


R. Lindleianus x R. Radula. 
Tl. Wood Lane, Brailsford. 


R. Lindebergii x R. Sprengelii. 
Tl. S.E. corner of Hulland Moss, B.E.C. Rep., 1893, 368 (nemoralis x 
Sprengelii). 


R. calvatus x R. criniger. 
Tl. The Knowl, Bradley, B.E.C. Rep., 1893, 368 (calvatus x pubescens). 


R. rusticanus x R. leucostachys. 
Tl. Sturston, and other localities near Shirley. 


R. leucostachys x R. Sprengelii. 
Tl. Between Shirley Mill and Wood. 


R. ceesius x R. Idzeus. 

L. Between Hipley Rock and Longceliff Wharf, between Ashbourne and 
Matlock, B.H.C. Rep., 1888, 177. Griff Wood; Via Gellia, Purchas, J.B. 
Between Matlock Bridge and Brightgate. 


R. saxatilis /. 

Native. SH. Rocks, stony mountain slopes. Rather rare. S. June-Aug. 

First record, Withering, 1787. 

L. Topley Pike, Buxton Guide. Miller’s Dale, Harris, C.D. Chee Dale; 
Wormhill, West, J.B. Cressbrook Dale, Whitelegg, C.D. Ashford Dale, Bailey, 
C.D. Dovedale, Purchas. Lathkil Dale; Monsal Dale, Smith MSS. Fin Hill, 
near Brushfield; Via Gellia, Watson’s N.B.G. Great Rocks Dale; Sheldon ; 
Coomb’s Dale, near Calver. 

Gl. Near Snake Inn. 

G2. Hills opposite Matlock Bath, Pilkington. 


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R. Chamzemorus L. Cloudberry. Knoutherry. 

Native. H. High mountain moorland. Plentiful locally. S. May-July. 

First record, Leigh, Nat. Hist., 1700. ‘* Among the scarce plants of Derby- 
shire,” p. 94. 

Gl. Axe Edge, especially descending the clough on the north, 550 yards, 
Baker, J.B, Kinderscout, West, J.B. Bleaklow Hill (1,600 feet), Gibbs. Chapel- 
en-le-Frith ; Colbourne Moors; near Edale Cross, Gisborne. Jaggers Clough; 
the Edge, near Ashop Clough. 


[Dryas octopetala LZ. Mountain Avens. 

L. Near Ashwood Dale, Buxton, Jewitt, 1811. As this species occurs in a 
similar locality in the W. Riding, Yorkshire, it is quite possible for it to have 
occurred at the above station ; it has not apparently been noticed in recent years. | 


. GHUM lL. 


G. urbanum L. Avens. Herb Bennet. 
Native. BE. Hedge-banks, woods, thickets. Common. P. June-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
*“Common in the limestone woods up to 300 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


G. rivale L. Water Avens. 

Native. BS. Brook banks, meadows, woods. Frequent. P. June-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Wye Valley up to 300 yards, Baker, J.B. Middleton Dale, Gibbs. 
Cressbrook Dale; Miller’s Dale, Painter, J.B. Ashwood Dale; Lathkil Dale, 
C.D, Matlock Bath, and Cromford, Rowland, C.D. Haddon, Bindley. Dove- 
dale, Nowers. Brough; Carsington; near Hognaston. 

G1. Castleton. Beard’s Wood, near Low Leighton, Pilkington. 

G2. Wirksworth; Rowsley; Baslow, Gibbs. Calver, Miss Armitage. 

C. Holmesfield; Killamarsh, Gibbs. Ault Hucknall. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. Scarcliffe Park Wood. 

Tl. EHtwall, Gibbs. Hognaston, Painter, Natt. Shirley. 

T2. Plentiful in a bog, Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. 

T3. Hedge-banks and woods about Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. 
Repton, Hagger, C.D. 


Var. 3. Matlock, Bot. Guide. This is a cultivated plant with double red flowers, 
and is described in Smith’s Eng. F1., ii. 


G. rivale x urbanum (intermedium Fir/.). 

Native. B? Hedges and woods. Local. P. June-July. 

First record, Eng. Botany, 1793. 

L. Chee Tor, Painter, J.B. Miller’s Dale, B.L. Rec., 1874. Between 
Matlock Bank and Cromford, Crewe & Whittaker. TWathkil Dale, Gibbs. Bake- 
well; Dovedale, Smith MSS. Near Ashbourne, Purchas. Roadside near 
Carsington ; between Bradbourn Mill and Bradbourn. 

K 


180 ROSACEZ. 


G2. Banks of the Derwent, near Calver, Miss Armitage. 
C. Hucknall Wood. 
Tl. By the water-wheel, Osmaston Park, near Ashbourne, Miss Sandford. 


FRAGARIA JL. 


F.. vesca L. Wild Strawberry. 

Native. B. Hedgebanks, woods. Common. P. May-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Generally distributed. ‘‘ Limestone dales up to 350 yards,” Baker, J.B. 
At Heath End (T3), occurred a white-fruited variety in some plenty, scarcely 
to be distinguished from what I have seen grown in gardens as the “ Alpine 


Strawberry,” Purchas, J.B. 


F. elatior Lhrh. Hauthoy Strawberry. 

Denizen. EH. Woods, banks. Rare. P. May-June. 

First record, Stevens, 1864. 

L. Near Haddon, Barrow. 

G2. Edgehill Wood, near Duffield, Stevens. 

Tl. By Egginton Station. 

T2. On a bank, Green Lane, Ockbrook, Smith MSS. (Now extinct, 
Painter, J.B.) Breadsall, probably escaped from a garden, Crewe & Whittaker. 
This species occurs in Springwood, just over the border (T3), quite wild, 


Purchas. 


POTENTILLA J. 


P. Fragariastrum Lhrh. Barren Strawberry. 

Native. B. Woods, hedgebanks, bushy places. Common. P. March- 
June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Fragaria sterilis. 

‘Limestone dales, up to 800 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


P. verna L. 

Native. B? lLimestone dales. Local. P. April-May. 

First found, Salt, 1801, Hb. Salt; first record, Watson’s N.B.G., 1835. 

L. Monk’s Dale, 350 yards; Tideswell, West, J.B. Monsal Dale; Miller’s 
Dale; Lathkil Dale, Painter, J.B. Between Stony Middleton and Hyam, Linton. 
Buxton, Buaton Guide. Dovedale, Purchas. Great Rocks Dale; Cressbrook 
Dale. 


P. silvestris Neck. Tormentil. P. Tormentilla Seop. 
Native. B. Roadsides, banks, pastures, heaths. Common. P. June-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. Tormentilla erecta. 
“ Ascends nearly to the summit of Axe Edge, 550 yards,” Baker, J.B. 
“At Matlock, ascends to 850 yards, but seldom seen on the limestone,” 
Bad Neda 


ROSACEA. 131 


P. procumbens Sitti. 

Native. B. Roadsides, field borders, banks. Frequent. P. June-Sept. 

First record, Painter, J.B., 1881. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Searle, C.D. Via Gellia, West, J.B. Longstone Edge. 

Gl. Axe Edge; between Bugsworth and Whaley Bridge, Rogers, J.B. 
Moor on Burbage, 450 yards, Baker, J.B. MUHayfield; Mills, near Mellor; 
Edale ; Ashopton. 

G2. Hathersage; Froggatt; Hay Wood, and Stokemoor Wood, near 
Grindleford Bridge. 

C. Lounge Wood, Unstone; Codnor; Barlborough Low Common; Cobnar 
Wood, by Barlow Brook; Troway; Totley; Wingerworth; Ault Hucknall. 

Tl. Mugginton; Brailsford; Shirley ; Osmaston-by-Ashbourne. 

T8. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. 


P. procumbens x reptans (mixta Vo/te). 
L. Dovedale, Purchas. 
G1. Heaths about Buxton, C.D. 
Tl. North side of Kedleston Park. 


P. procumbens ~ silvestris (suberecta Zi). 

G1. Ashopton, on the Sheffield Road; near Woodhays, Chisworth. 

G2. Between Hillcliff Lane and Cross o’ th’ Hands. 

Tl. Breward’s Car, Mugginton; Bradley, J.B., 1893, 326. Slack Lane, 
Brailsford. ; 


P. reptans L. Common Cinquefoil. 

Native. EB. Hedge-banks, roadsides, waste ground. Common. P. June- 
Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

General, except in Gl, where it is less common, but recorded for Mellor, 
Fl. Ashton. ‘“‘Chee Tor Dale, etc., 250 yards,” Baker, J.B. Totley Moss, 
350 yards. 
P. anserina L. Silver Weed. 

Native. B. Roadsides, waste ground, commons. Common. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

‘““Common up to 400 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


P. argentea L. 
Native. EG. Dry banks and waysides, pastures. Rare. P. June-Aug. 
First record, Salmon’s Botanologia, 1710. ‘‘Gerarde says that he found 
it growing on the Mountains of the Peak.” 
Tl. On the Markeaton Road, near Derby Lodge, Glover. 
T2. One plant near Sandiacre Church, Atkinson, C.D. 


P. palustris Scop. Marsh Cinquefoil. Comarum palustre L. P. Comarun 
Nestl. 
Native. BS. Bogs, marshes. Locally plentiful. P. June-July. 
First record, 7. Martyn, 1763. Also in Gough’s Camden, 1789. 


132 ROSACEA. 


L. Chrome Hill and Hogshaw Lane, Buxton, Painter, J.B., & Natt. 
Near the Ebbing and Flowing Well at Tideswell, Gough’s Camden. 

G2. Tansley Moor, Stevens. 

C. Blake Brook, near Baslow. 

Tl. Between Wyaston and Rodsley, Smith, MSS. Marsh by side of 
Yeldersley Lane; lime quarries, Snelston; between Cubley and Marston Mont- 
gomery ; Mugginton. 

T3. Gresley, Painter, J.B. Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


ALCHEMILLA 1. 

A. arvensis Scop. Parsley Piert. 

Native. B. Arable land, fields, waysides. Common. A. May-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Aphanes arvensis. 

“Wye Valley, 200-250 yards,” Baker, J.B. Generally distributed. 
A. vulgaris LZ. Ladys Mantle. Beursfoot. 

Native. B. Pastures, meadows, waysides. Common. A. May-Aug. 

First records, Ray Hist, Pl., 1686; Gibson’s Camden, 1695; Magn. Brit. & 
Jelky WZP10S 

‘“Common up to 500 yards above Buxton,” Baker, J.B. ‘‘ Matlock, up to 
3800 yards,” B. dé N., J.B. 
Var. pratensis (Schmidt). 

L. Brough; Great Shacklow Wood, Ashford; Oxlow Rake. 

Gl. Hayfield; Edale; Hood Brook, Hathersage. 

G2. Abney. 

C. Unstone; Totley Moss, 400 yards, 

Tl. Yeaveley. 
Var. alpestris (Schmidt). 

L. Peak Forest; Stony Middleton; Hartle Dale, Bradwell; Harborough 
Rock and near Carsington. 

Gl. Edale; Sparrowpit, near Chapel; Woodseats, Castleton ; Hood Brook, 
Hathersage. 

G2. Hast of Bradwell. 

Tl. Hognaston; by pond between Wyaston and Shirley. 

T3. Repton, Hb. Mason / 
Var. jilicaulis (Buser). 

L. Miller’s Dale, Hb. Mason! Fields on the banks of the Wye, ib. 
(A. montana Willd.), Bailey, B.L. Rec., 1876. Monsal Dale, Linton. Taddington 
Dale; Stony Middleton. 

Gl. Hayfield; Edale; Hathersage. 

G2. Near Owler Tor, towards Eyam Woodlands; Ambergate. 

C. Troway; Crowhole, near Barlow; Totley; by the canal, Renishaw; 
Millthorpe, near Holmesfield; between Tibshelf and Hucknall. 

P. Between Barlborough and Whitwell. 

Tl. Edlaston ; Shirley; Abbott’s Clowne Holme; Stydd; between Alkmon- 
ton and Longford ; Cubley; Lower Thurvaston ; meadows below Quarndon. 

T3. Repton, Parson’s Hills, Lintun, 1863. HEgginton Common. 


ROSACES. 133 


AGRIMONIA /. 
A. Eupatoria Ll. Agrimony. 


Native. KE. Roadsides, wood borders, banks. Frequent. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Monk’s Dale, 350 yards, West, J.B. Miller’s Dale and Monsal Dale, 
Baker, J.B. Via Gellia, Rogers. Longstone Edge; Dirty Rake, Eyam; west of 
Wensley, on shale. Rock above Churnhole, near Buxton, Jewitt. 

G2. Highlow Hall, near Abney; Baslow, and near Robin Hood’s Inn. 
Duffield, Glover. 

C. The Hague, Renishaw, Waterfall. Millthorpe, near Holmesfield ; 
Loscoe ; Sutton Scarsdale. 

P. Bolsover; Scarcliffe Park Wood. 

Tl. Etwall, Gibbs. Mickleover, Bindley. Foston; Cubley Common; Hoon; 
Longford, at Mammerton; Snelston Common; Shirley. 

T2. Spondon Fields, Smzth MSS. Chellaston, Painter, Natt. Breadsall, &ce., 
common, Crewe d: Whittaker. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. Between Repton and 
Twyford, Wild Fl. Rept. Walton-on-Trent, Nowers. 


A. odorata Will. 


Native. E. Wood borders, roadsides, banks. Rare. P. June-Aug, 
First record, Painter, J.B., 1881. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Painter, J.B. Alport, near Youlgreave. 

Gl. Near Mill Brow, Mellor. 

G2. lLane-side above Bubnell, Baslow ; Lindup Wood, Chatsworth. 
C. Duckmanton. 

Tl. Lane-side at Ladyhole Farm, near Ashbourne. 


POTERIUM J. 
P. Sanguisorba L. Salad Burnet. 


Native. E. Grassy slopes. Not uncommon, especially on limestone. P. 
May-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Common on limestone cliffs and banks, 200-400 yards, Baker, J.B. 
Miller’s Dale; Matlock Bath; Cromford, Painter, Natt. and J.B. Monk’s Dale, 
Wormhill, West, J.B. Youlgreave; Via Gellia, Gibbs. Dovedale, Purchas. 
Carsington Pastures. 

Gl. Dinting; Ashopton. 

G2. Stanton, Hb. Mason! Crich Stand, Drabble. 

P. Whitwell; Cresswell, The Naturalist. Bolsover; Elmton; Markland 
Grips; Palterton. 

T2. Ockbrook; Sawley, Smith MSS. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Near 
Thrumpton Ferry. 

T3. Ticknall and Calke, Purchas, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


134 ROSACE. 


*P, polygamum Woldst. § Kit. 
Casual. E. 
Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Nat*. 


P. officininale Hook. fil. Great Burnet. Sanguisorba officininalis L. 


Native. IE. Damp meadows, moist grassy slopes. Frequent, P. June- 

Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Monk’s Dale, Wormhill, 350 yards; Matlock, Painter d& West, J.B. — 
Near Hartington, Purchas. Lover’s Leap, Buxton, C.D. Castleton; Bakewell, 
Watson’s N.B.G. 

Gl. Meadows and even sometimes a cornfield weed, up to 400 yards, 
Baker, J.B. Near Whaley Bridge, Watson’s N.B.G. Fernilee, Barker. Chapel- 
en-le-Frith, Barrow. Stirrup, Fl. Ashton. Edale; Hood Brook, Hathersage ; 
near Eyam. 

G2. Whatstandwell, B. d& N., J.B. By Cromford Canal, Rogers. Baslow ; 
Rowsley, The Naturalist. East of Bradwell; Ecclesbourn Brook; by the 
Derwent, above Allestree. 

C. Killamarsh; Holmesfield, Vhe Naturalist. The Hague, Renishaw, 
Waterfall. Calow and Spital, Chesterfield, Drabble. Brierly Wood, near 
Unstone; Eckington ; Beighton; Dale. 

P, Bolsover ; Clowne. 

Tl. Normanton-by-Derby, Painter, J.B. Mickleover, Bindley. Etwall, 
Gibbs. Shirley; Mammerton, near Longford. 

T2. Morley, Whittaker, C.D. Sandiacre; Sawley. 

T3. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. About Calke, Purchas, J.B.  Bretby, 
Gibbs. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Drakelow. 


ROSA J. 
R. pimpinellifolia Z. Burnet Rose. R. spinosissima L. 


Native. B. Dales, heaths, hedges. Rare except on limestone. S$. June- 
July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Monsal Dale, and plentiful about Cressbrook amongst the limestone 
debris, 200-300 yards, Baker, J.B. Some plants at Monsal Dale with red fruit, 
Rogers, J.B. High Tor, Matlock, Crewe & Whittaker. Between Buxton and 
Tideswell, Murray. Dale near Chelmorton, Buxton Guide. Middleton Dale, 
Hb. Salt. Great Rocks Dale; Longstone Edge. 

Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers, J.B. 

C. Dale, Hassé, C.D. 

Tl. Hedges and pastures at Rough Heanor, Pilkington. 


> 


R. mollis x spinosissima. 2. involuta Sm. 


Native. B. Woods and bushy places. Rare. S. June. 
First record, B.Z. Rec., 1881. 


ROSACEA. 185 


L. Chee Dale, several bushes, mostly sterile, and slope of Chee Tor, 
towards Miller’s Dale Station. Probably the same hybrid is recorded sub. 
nom. Sabini (Woods), from Middleton Dale, Carr, B.L. Rec. 1881, 188; and 
Lathkil Dale, Bailey; and sub. nom. Doniana (Woods) and Robertsoni Baker, 
from Monsal Dale, Painter, J.B. 

Tl. Mickleover (sub. nom. involuta), Painter, Natt. ? 


R. mollis Sm. 


Native. B. Hedges, wood borders. Not uncommon. S. June-July. 

First records, Pilkington, 1789; Purton, 1821. R. villosa. 

L. Wormhill, 350 yards, West, J.B. Miller’s Dale, Taddington Wood, 
200-300 yards, Baker, J.B. About Matlock, up to 300 yards, B. d&: N., J.B. 
Cressbrook Dale; Dovedale, Painter, J.B. Via Gellia with simply serrate 
leaflets, Rogers, J.B. Lathkil Dale, Crewe & Whittaker. Middleton Dale, 
Purton. Longstone Edge; Bradwell. 

G1. Ashopton ; near Hope. 

G2. Shatton; near Great Hucklow. F 

C. Near Holmesfield, The Naturalist. Heanor, Watson’s N.B.G. East 
of Totley. 

Tl. Mickleover, C.D. Shirley; Yeldersley. 

T3. At Heath End, Calke; scarce and not very characteristic, but 
recognised by Mr. Baker as this species, Purchas, J.B. 


Var. caerulea Woods. 

L. Matlock, B. d& N., J.B. Wormhill, West, J.B. Between Middleton 
and Youlgreave. 

Tl. Hognaston; Bradley, between Bradley Smithy and Bradley Park. 


R. tomentosa Sw. 


Native. B. Hedges, woods, heaths. Frequent. S. June-July. 

First record, Martyn, Phil. Trans., XXXVI., 1729. Rosa sylvestris alba 
cum aliquo rubore foliis hirsutis. 

L. Miller’s Dale, not plentiful, 200-300 yards, Baker, J.B. Dovedale; 
Matlock, frequently up to 300 yards, in a wide range of forms, of which the 
most interesting was one with scabriuscula leaves and sepals, falling while the 
fruit was still green, on the ridge of hill between Bonsall and Matlock Bridge, 
B. & N., J.B. Buxton, Buxton Guide. Middleton Dale; Pin Dale, near 
Castleton. 

Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers, J.B. Charlesworth, Fl. Ashton. Castle 
Rocks, Allport Dale; Hood Brook, Hathersage. 

G2. Between Cromford and Whatstandwell, Bailey, C.D. Abney Clough ; 
east of Bradwell. ‘‘In several hedges about Hathersedge,’ Martyn. 

C. East side of Ley’s Fen, Old Brampton. 

Tl. Near Ashbourne, B.H.C. Rep., 1888, 214; Near Ladyhole Farm, Ash- 
bourne; between Kedleston and Brailsford. In pastures at Rough Heanor, 
Pilkington. 


136 ROSACEA. 


T2. Morley, Crewe & Whittaker. Spondon ; Ockbrook, Hassé, C.D. a 

T3. Stanton-by-Bridge, “characteristic tomentosa” (Baker); also a variety 
which tends towards mollis. The Scaddows, Ticknall, Purchas, J.B. Repton, 
Wild Fl. Rept. Swarkeston. 


Var. subglobosa (Sm.). 
L. Miller’s Dale, C.D. 
P. Pleasley. 
Tl. Between Church Broughton and Sutton. 


Var. scabriuscula (Sm.). 

L. Wye Valley, east of Miller’s Dale, Rogers. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, J.B. Between Hulland and Mansell Park; Brick- 
kiln Lane, Shirley ; between Ednaston and Hollington (B.#.C. Rep., 1887, 178). 

T3. Between Melbourne and Castle Donnington, Puwrchas, J.B. 


R. rubiginosa Ll. Sweet Briar. 

Native? E. Hedges, bushy places. Rare. 8S. June-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Tl. Between Snelston and Osmaston-by-Ashbourne ; near Edlaston Church, 
Smith MSS. Pastures at Rough Heanor, near Mickleover, Pilkington. 

T2. Spondon Fields, Smith MSS. Breadsall, Whittaker, J.B. 

T3. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


R. micrantha Sw. 

Native. E. Hedges, heaths. Not uncommon. S$. June-July. 

First record, Smith MSS., 1854-1870. 

L. Longstone Edge. 

P. Bolsover; Glapwell. 

Tl. Between Clifton and Hill Top, near Ashbourne, Smith MSS. Main 
road, Ashbourne towards Derby, Purchas. East of Hulland Ward; Shirley; 
Yeldersley Lane. 


R. obtusifolia Desv. Var. frondosa Baker, 
Native. E. Hedges. Not uncommon. §S. June-July. 
First record, B. d& N., J.B., 1884. 
L. About Matlock, B. d N., J.B. 
Gl. Edale. 
G2. Froggatt. 
Tl. Near Mansell Park, Hulland; near the Ash Cover, bradley. 


Var. tomentella (Leman). 

L. Middleton Dale. 

Gl. Near the Snake Inn; Edale; Mills, near Mellor. 

G3. Shatton; about Baslow. 

C. Woods 8.E. of Westthorpe; Marehay, near Ripley. 

P. Bolsover; Clowne; Glapwell. 

Tl. Shirley (B.L.C. Rep. 1887, 179); Longford (B.H.C. Rep., 1890, 298); 
Snelston Common; Brailsford; Bradley; Allestree; Marston-on-Dove. 


ROSACEA. Loe 


T2. Ockbrook, Smith, C.D. Between Trent Station and Thrumpton 
Ferry. 

T3. Between Heath End and the foot of Pistern Hill, Pwrchas, J.B. 
Repton, Painter. 


F. decipiens (Dumort). 

L. Cressbrook Dale (f. Baker), C.D. 

Tl. S.W. of Mugginton; fields near Brailsford Park Farm; near Lady- 
hole, Ashbourne. 


R. canina Ll. Dog Rose. 
Native. Bb. Hedges, woods, roadsides. Common. S. June-July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. Hip Tree. 


Var. lutetiana (Leman.) 

L. Common in the limestone dales, 200-300 yards, Baker, J.B. Miller’s 
Dale; Monsal Dale; Bonsall, Roger's. 

G1. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers. Near the Snake Inn; Castleton, 

G2. Froggatt. 

P. Bolsover. 

Tl. Sinfin Moor; Shirley, &e. 

T2. Frequent about Derby, C.D. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Repton, Hagger, C.D. 


F. IMalmundariensis (Lej.). 
Tl. Shirley; Yeldersley. 
T3. Ticknall, Purchas, J.B. 


F. andegavensis (Bast.), 

L. About Matlock, B. d N., J.B. Longstone Edge. 

G2. Near Cromford Canal, Rogers, B.L. Rec., 1884-6, 96. By Brough. 

Tl. Shirley, Wats. B.E.C. Rep. 1892, 9; Yeldersley; main road, 
Ednaston. 

T2. Risley Park. 


Var. surculosa (Woods). 
P. Scarcliffe. 
Tl. Near Bradley Park Farm. 


Var. spherica (Gren.). 
L. Matlock, B. d N., J.B. Miller’s Dale, C.D. 
Tl. The Pastures, Edlaston. 


Var. senticosa (Ach.). 

L. Coomb’s Dale, near Calver; Brough. 

Tl. Ridge Lane, near Atlow, B.E.C. Rep., 1889, 260. Shirley, hedges 
above the Vicarage. 


188 ROSACEA. 


Var. dumalis (Bechst.). 

L. Common in the limestone dales, Baker, J.B. Matlock Tor, Rogers. 
On quarry refuse near Cromford, Bailey, B.L. Rec., 1884-6, 125. Dovedale, 
Painter, J.B. Bradwell; near Hope. 

Gl. Barmoor Clough, C.D. Allport Dale; Ashopton; Castleton; Edale ; 
Eccles Pike; Combes Moss. 

G2. East of Bradwell; Shatton. 

P. Elmton; Scarcliffe; Glapwell. 

Tl. Allestree, and by Allestree Park; Mackworth; Shirley; Marston-on- 
Dove. 

T2. Breadsall, C.D. By the Trent, near Sawley. 

T3. Between Calke and Southwood (teste Baker), Purchas, J.B.  Repton,. 
Hagger, C.D. 


FE. psilophylla Rau. 

L. Hassop Mines. 

Tl. Near Yeldersley Rough; Longford. 
F. verticillacantha (Mérat). 


G1. Hope. 
G2. Great Longstone. 
P. Pleasley. 


Tl. Bradley, and Stydd, B.#.C. Rep., 1888, 215; Shirley. 


Var. vinacea Baker. 

L. Miller’s Dale; Monsal Dale, Rogers, 

Tl. Lane between Shirley Village and main road to Ashbourne. 
Var. Blondeana (Rip.). 

L. Near the school-church near Cressbrook House (sub. nom. marginata 
Wallr.), Baker, J.B. Miller’s Dale, especially on the hill opposite the railway 
station, Rogers. 

G2. Froggatt. 

Tl. Yeldersley, B.H.C. Rep., 1893, 414; Bradley; Shirley; between Hdnas- 
ton and Hollington. 


Var. wrbica (Leman.). 

L. Taddington Wood, a form with glandular sepals, Baker, J.B. Wye 
Valley, between Miller’s Dale and Monsal Dale, Rogers. About Matlock, B. d N., 
J.B. Pin Dale; Longstone Edge. 

Gl. Near the Snake Inn; near Castleton. 

G2. Near Cromford Canal, Rogers. Great Longstone ; Froggatt; south of 
Hathersage. 

P. Bolsover; Glapwell. 

Tl. About Derby, C.D, Allestree; Sinfin Moor; Shirley; Marston-on-Dove ; 
Doveridge. 

T3. Willington, Painter, J.B. Repton, Hagger, C.D. “ A somewhat hairy 
rose between Stanley’s Barn and White Hollows was referred to this by 
Mr. Baker,” Purchas, J.B. 


ROSACES. 139 


FE. platyphylla (Rau.). 
P. Palterton. 
Tl. Yeldersley, near Ashbourne; a common form in this district. 


Var. dumetorum (Thuill.). 
Gl. Ashopton. 
C. Marehay, near Ripley. 
Tl. Slack Lane, Brailsford. 
T3. Calke, Bloxram. 


Var. Kosinsciana Bess. 
TI. Sinfin Moor, below Derby; Shirley, J.B., 1888, 330. 


Var. arvatica Baker. 

L. About Matlock, B. & N., J.B. Matlock Tor, Rogers, B.L. Rec., 1884-6, 
126. Near Fin Cop, Ashford. 

Gl. Near the top of the hill between Bugsworth and h. Goyt, Rogers. 
Edale. 

G2. Near the Cromford Canal, Rogers, B.L. Rec., 1884-6, 95. Froggatt. 

P. Bolsover. 

Tl. Shirley. 


F. cesia (Sm.). 

L. Dovedale, Purchas, J.B. Cressbrook Dale, C.D. Monsal Dale. 

Gl. Ashopton; Edale, a form with glandular peduncles, also found at 
Hathersage, and by Hood Brook. 

G2, Near Great Hucklow; Little Longstone. 

Tl. Shirley; Sinfin Moor. 

T3. Near Heath End, Calke, Purchas, J.B. 


R. glauca Jill. &. Reuteri Godet. 

Native. SB. Hedges, roadsides. Not uncommon. S. June-July. 

First records, J.B., 1884; and B.L. Rec., 1884-6, 

L. Miller’s Dale, Baker, J.B, About Matlock, B. d) N., J.B. Cressbrook 
Dale; Monsal Dale, C.D. Near Hope; Coomb’s Dale, near Calver. 

Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers, B.L. Rec., 1884-6, 96. Hathersage; Bam- 
-ford ; Thornhill. 

G2. Abney Clough; south of Hathersage; Froggatt; east side of Bradwell; 
near Great Hucklow. 

P. Scarcliffe. 

Tl. Hulland, B.#.C. Rep., 1889, 260; Shirley, 'B.H.C. Rep., 1887, 179; 
Yeldersley, B.H.C. Rep., 1888, 215; Clifton. 


F, transiens (Kern.). 
L. Bradwell. 
Tl. Dobbin Horse Lane, Clifton, B.Z.C. Rep., 1887, 179. 


140 ROSACEA. 


Var. suberistata Baker. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Baker, J.B. Monsal Dale, Rogers. Matlock, B.d N, J.B. 
Dovedale, Painter, J.B. Pin Dale, near Castleton; Great Shacklow Wood, and 
Kirk Dale, near Ashford; Lathkil Dale. 

Gl. Near Eyam, towards Grindleford Bridge. 

G2. Banks of canal between Whatstandwell and Cromford, Bailey (but 
Baker queries. B.L. Rec., 1884-6, 126). Near Great Hucklow; Shatton; Froggatt. 

C. Near Slate-pit Dale, towards Wingerworth. 

Tl. Lane west side of Bradley Wood; near the Knob, Hulland, and also at 
Spinnyford Brook. 


Var. inpleva (Gren.). 
Gl. Near Castleton ; Cockyard, Chapel-en-le-Frith. 
Tl. Shirley; Yeldersley. 
T3. Repton, Painter. 


Var. coriifolia (Fr.). 

L. Miller’s Dale, Baker, J.B. About Matlock, B. & N., J.B. Burbage, 
Wats. B.E.C. Rep. Hill above Cressbrook Dale, Rogers, B.L. Rec., 1884-6, 96. 
Pin Dale; Bradwell; Middleton Dale. 

Gl. Edale; by Chapel Reservoir. 

G2. Great Longstone; near Hathersage; east of Bradwell; Shatton; near 
Great Hucklow. 

Tl. Lane by Bradley Wood; Ridge Lane, Atlow, B.E.C. Rep., 1890, 298-9; 
near Stydd Hall, Yeaveley; Shirley, B.H.C. Rep., 1888, 214; Dog Lanes, near 
Hognaston, B.H.C. Rep., 1888, 216; a form with glandular sepals at the Knowl 
Wood, Bradley, B.H.C. Rep., 1889, 261. 

T2. Near the Trent, below Sawley. 


Var. /Vatsoni Baker. 

L. Tissington, Baker, J.B. Monsal Dale, Rogers, B.L. Rec., 1884-6, 96. 
Cressbrook Dale, C.D. 

Tl. Between Bradley Smithy and Bradley Park. 


R. arvensis Huds. Field Rose. 

Native. E. Hedges, woods, bushy places. Common. 8S. June-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Taddington Wood; Wye Valley, below Chee Tor; and about Cressbrook, 
200-250 yards, Baker, J.B. Dovedale, B. & N., J.B. Monsal Dale; Castleton, 
C.D. Buxton, Buxton Guide. Hartle Dale, Bradwell. 

Gl. Bugsworth, Jtogers. Mellor, Painter, J.B. Near the Snake Inn; 
Hdale. 

G2. Near Cromford Canal, Rogers. Shatton. 

C. Chesterfield, Waterfall. 

P. Bolsover. 


ROSACE. 141 


T™. Common about Derby, C.D. Shirley; and near Shirley towards. 
Hollington, var. reptans Crep., B.E.C., Rep., 1887, 181, & 1889, 261. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. 

T3. Hedges, Calke, Purchas, JB. Repton, Rept. Ff. & F. 


Var. bdibracteata (Bast.). 
G2. Holbrook, Painter, J.B. Froggatt ? 


Var. gallicoides (Déségl.). 
Tl. Stydd, near Yeaveley, B.H.C. Rep., 1888, 217; 1889, 261; Brailsford ; 
between Ednaston and Hollington; Cubley Common; Ladyhole, near Ashbourne. 


PYRUS ZL: 
P. torminalis Zhrh. 
Scarcely native. E. Glover, 182%. 
T3. Repton, Hb. Mason ! 


P. Aria Fhrh. Whitebeam Tree. 

Native. EB. Limestone dales, elsewhere planted. Rather rare. T. May- 
June. 

First record, Withering, 1787. Crategus Aria. 

L. Chee Dale; Blackwell Mill; Wormhill, West, J.B. Dovedale; between 
Ashbourne and Newhaven, a single tree, apparently planted, Purchas. Chel- 
morton, C.D. Buxton, Buxton Guide, King’s Sterndale. Matlock, Pilkington. 

Gl. Near the Snake Inn, probably planted. 

Tl. Osmaston Park, near Ashbourne, planted. 


Var. rupicola Syme. Engl. Bot., 3rd Hd., 1864. 

L. Chee Dale, Wormhill, 350-400 yards, West, J.B. Miller’s Dale, Painter, 
J.B. Matlock Tor, B. & N., J.B. Dovedale, Ley and Purchas. Litton Mill, 
Hb. Mason! 

T3. Drakelow, Hb. Mason! Foremark, Rept. F. d F. 


*P. domestica Lhrh. 
Alien. Pilkington, 1789. True Service or Sorb Tree. 
G2. Crich Woods, Pilkington. 


P. Aucuparia Lhrh. Mountain Ash, 

Native. B. Hedges, woods. Frequent. T. May-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Sorbus Aucuparia. 

L. Up to 350 yards about Matlock, B. d N., J.B. Miller’s Dale, Rogers: 
Dovedale, Bindley. Ashford. 

Gl. Ascends to 500 yards, Baker, J.B.  Chapel-en-le-Frith; between 
Bugsworth and New Mills, Rogers. Edale. 

P. Markland Grips. 

Tl. Yeldersley, near Ashbourne; about Kedleston Park; Church Broughton 

T3. Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. Burton, Hb Mason. 


142 ROSACEA. 


P. communis /. Wild Pear. 

Denizen. E. Hedges. Very rare and local. T. April-May. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Matlock, Crewe d} Whittaker. 

C. Chesterfield. Waterfall, C.D. Morley Lime, between Morley and 
Stanley, Pilkington. 

T3. Anchor Church, Wild Fl. Rept. 


P. Malus LZ. Crab Tree. Crab Apple. 
Native. E. Hedges, woods. Common. T. May. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. Welding. 


Var. acerba DC. 
Common everywhere. Limestone dales, up to 300 yards, Baker, J.B. 


Wormhill, 400 yards, West, J.B. 


Var. mitis Wallr. 
C. Breadsall Moor, Painter, Natt. Nether Loads, Old Brampton. 
T3. Repton, Candler, C.D. 


CRATAIGUS L. 


C. Oxyacantha L. Hawthorn. 
Native. B. Hedges, thickets, woods) Common. T. May-June. 


First record, Pilkington, 1789. C. monogyna. 
Common up to 450 yards, Baker, J.B. 


Var. oxyacanthoides (Thuill.). 

L. Bury-me-Wick, Cressbrook Dale; eastern side of Wardlow Hay Cop, 
Bailey, B.L. Rec., 1876, 179. Miller’s Dale, Rogers. 

Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith; Bugsworth, Rogers. 

C. The Hague, Renishaw, Waterfall ! 

T1. Yeldersley Lane, and main road towards Derby; near Doveridge 
Woodhouse; near Blackwall. 

T3. Burton-on-Trent, Harris, C.D. 


Var. /aciniata Wallr. 
Ij. Matlock Wor, B. & N., J.B: 
Tl. Shirley, in hedges; Mercaston, B.H.C. Rep. for 1899, 1900. 


Var. monogyna (Jacq.). 

The common form, ‘ Up to 300 yards about Matlock,” B. d N., J.B. 
This variety often flowers two to three weeks earlier than oxyacanthoides. 
Cross forms occur between the above varieties, here and there. Above Miller’s 
Dale towards Wormhill a plant was noticed having glabrous pedicels and 
flowers varying from monogynous to digynous, and later flowering, as 
oxyacanthoides. See note, B.H.C. Rep., 1876, 17. 


SAXIFRAGES. 143 


SAXIFRAGEA. 


SAXIFRAGA J. 


[*S. Geum L. London Pride. 
Alien. Reported from Lovers’ Leap, Buxton, C.D.] 


S. umbrosa /. 

Alien. Rare. Limestone rocks. P. June-July. 

First record, Garner, 1844. 

L. Ashwood Dale, at least a quarter of a mile from any house, Ley, B.E.C. 
Rep., 1870. Poole’s Hole, Garner. Lathkil Dale, Crewe & Whittaker. 


[S. aizoides Z. 

Native, but probably extinct, the sole notice of its occurrence being the 
subjoined :—I received a specimen of this from Derbyshire,” Howard in Bot. 
Guide. | 


S. tridactylites L. Rue-leaved Saxifrage. 

Native. BE. Walls, rocks, roofs, dry places. Frequent. A. April-June. 

First record, Pilkington. 1789. 

L. Walls up to 300 yards [Wye Valley], Baker, J.B. Wormhill, 400 yards, 
West, J.B. Miller’s Dale; Monsal Dale; Matlock Bath, Rogers. Lathkil 
Dale, The Naturalist. ‘““On the Winnats near Castleton,’ Withering, 1801. 
Buxton, Barrow. Dovedale, Nowevs. Cromford; Haddon; Hopton, Bindley,. 
Conies Dale, Peak Forest; near Monyash; Hartle Dale, Bradwell; Rowland; 
Brook Bottom, Tideswell. 

Gl. Cockyard, Chapel-en-le-Frith. 

G2. Near the Cromford Canal, Rogers. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Ashover, 
Drabble. Bubnell, near Baslow; Calver. 

C. Wall at Norton, Hb. Salt. 

P. Pleasley; Shirebrook; Cresswell, Friend. Upper Langwith on walls. 

Tl. Walls, Bradley Churchyard. 

T2. Roofs and old walls, Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Common on walls, 
Boulton, &c., C.D. 

T3. Walls at Ticknall, Purchas, J.B. Ingleby, Gibbs. Cricket-field wall, 
Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Winshill, Hb. Mason ! 


-§. granulata Ll. Meadow Saxifrage. 

Native. BI. Damp meadows and banks, brooksides. Locally abundant. 
P. May-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Dy Wormhill, 400 yards, West, J.B. Via Gellia, Waterfall, C.D. 
Lathkil Dale, The Naturalist. Middleton Dale; Brassington, Gibbs. Dovedale, 
Purchas, J.B. Between Bakewell and Calver, Hd. Salt. Bradbourn, Gisborne. 
3radwell, Painter, Natt. Dovedale; Hopton, Bindley. 

Gl. S.W. of Buxton, 400 yards, West, J.B. Abundant in a field west 
side of Buxton Old Road (Elnor Lane), field near Botany Bleach Works, and 


144 SAXIFRAGEA. 


in a field on Overlea Farm, all in Fernilee; near Hayfield, Barker. Mellor; 
Stirrup Wood, Fl. Ashton. Charlesworth; near Strines; Corbar Wood, 
Painter, Natt. 

G2. Ashover, Bailey, C.D. Near Baslow, Miss Armitage. By Kecles- 
bourne Brook, above Shottle. Duffield, Glover. Edensor, Pilkington. 

Tl. Clifton, near Ashbourne, Smith MSS. Normanton, C.D. Mickleover, 
Bindley. Barton Fields, near the brook; Peathays and near Shirley Wood, 
Shirley; Doveridge; a field full of it near Egginton Station. 

T2. Near Long Eaton, Atkinson, C.D. Near Borrowash, Smith MSS. 
Morley ; meadows, Breadsall, Crewe & Whittaker, d C.D. Spondon, Gisborne. 

T3. Near the Furnace Farm and the Wood Houses, Melbourne, Purchas, 
J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Near Swarkeston Bridge, 
Pilkington. 


S. hirta Haw. 8S. sponhemiea Gmel. 

Native. SH. Limestone dales. Rare. P. June-July. 

First record, Rogers, J.B., 1885, 78. 

L. Near Lovers’ Leap, Buxton, and on hill above Miller’s Dale, abundant, 
Rogers. Dovedale, Purchas. Probably the S. cespitosa lL. of Bot. Guide 
(1805), as also of Pilkington from Castleton Hill (1789), is this plant. 


S. hypnoides /. Mossy Saxifrage. 

Native. SH. Limestone dales. Abundant locally. P. May-July. 

First records, Jenkinson, 1775; Withering, 1776. 

L. Ashwood Dale; Miller’s Dale; Winnatts at Castleton, 250-350 yards, 
Baker, J.B. Cave Dale, 400 yards, West, J.B. Dovedale, Smith MSS. Thorpe 
Cloud; Matlock, Rowland, C.D. Topley Pike; Cressbrook Dale, C.D.  Lathkil 
Dale, Gibbs. Near Bakewell, Painter, Natt. Middleton Dale, Withering. 
Bradwell; Brook Bottom, Tideswell; Conies Dale, Peak Forest. 


CHRYSOSPLENIUM J. 


C. oppositifolium L. Golden Savifrage. 

Native. BH. Damp banks, ditch-sides, wet places. Frequent. P. April- 
May. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Via Gellia, B. d: N., J.B. Miller’s Dale; Dovedale; Bradwell, Painter, 
J.B. d& Natt, Castleton, Phyt. N.S. ii., 482. Lathkil and Bradford Valleys; the 
Delf, Eyam, Cary. 

G1. Swamps up to 450 yards in Goyt’s Clough, Baker, J.B. Mellor, 
Painter, J.B. Etherow district; Edale; near the Snake Inn; R. Sett, south 
of Hayfield; Stanage Edge; Bamford. 

G2. Lee Hill, Cromford, Painter, Nat'. Chatsworth Park, Carr. Abney 
Clough; Burbage Brook; Heathy Lea, Baslow; Beeley, Kelstedge; by brook 
between Nether Biggin and Kirk Ireton. 

C. About Chesterfield, Waterfall, C.D. Pinxton, Carr, East of Totley ; 
Limb Brook near Dore Station; Walton Wood; wood below Hallcliff Farm, 
Nether Loads. 


SAXIFRAGES. 145 


Tl. Ashbourne; Kirk Langley, Painter, Nat; Bradley Brook; Shirley ; 
Dobbin Horse Lane, Clifton; Cubley; Quarndon Common. Mackworth, 
Pilkington. 5 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Dale Abbey woods; Morley, C.D. Near 
Ockbrook, Smith MSS. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B, Repton Shrubs, Gibbs. Burton-on-Trent, 
Harris, C.D. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


C. alternifolium J/. 

Native. BS. Ditch-sides, moist places. Not uncommon. P. April-May. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Dovedale, and near Ashbourne, Purchas. Ashwood Dale; Miller’s 
Dale, Painter, J.B. Via Gellia, Waterfall, C.D. 

Gl. Stirrup, Fl. Ashton. Mam Tor, Phyt. N.S., ii., 482. 

G2. Rowsley, Hagger, C.D. Dethick, Pilkington. In wood, Baslow; 
Darley, Gem of the Peak. 

C. Coxbench Wood, Watson’s N.B.G. 

Tl. Wyaston Brook, Smith MSS. Shirley; Longford; Dobbin Horse 
Lane, and near R. Dove, Clifton. The Nutwood, Darley, Derby, Pilkington. 

T3. Milton, Purchas, J.B. Knowl Hills, Hagger, C.D. Repton, Wild Fi. 
Rept. 


PARNASSIA JZ. 


P. palustris LZ. Grass of Parnassus. 

Native. SB. Wet banks, marshy ground, bogs. Local. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Limestone banks up to 400 yards, Baker, J.B. Near Taddington, 
Miss Armitage. Miller’s Dale, Rogers. Brassington Rocks, Gibbs. Middleton 
Dale, Drabble. Less common in Dovedale, Purchas, J.B. Matlock Bath, 
Smith MSS. Conies Dale, Peak Forest; Monk’s Dale; Hartle Dale, Bradwell ; 
Tideswell; Wheston. 

Gl. Hayfield, Hannan, C.D. 

C. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. Cresswell Crags. Friend. Scarcliffe Park Wood. 

Tl. Copse Hill, Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Smith MSS. Below the Old 
Cover, Mugginton; marshy ground between Hollies Farm and Bradley. On boggy 
ground near Mr. Eames’, Mackworth, Pilkington. 

; T3. Milton, Rept. F. d F. Now extinct, Hayger, C.D. 


RIBES J. 


*R. Grossularia L. Gooseberry. 
Denizen, escape or bird-sown. I. Hedges. Frequent. S. April-May. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
L. Not truly wild [Buxton neighbourhood], Baker, J.B. Roadside in the 
Via Gellia, etc., scattered bushes only, B. d: N., J.B. Miller’s Dale; occurs in 


isolated bushes on limestone in many places up to 400 yards, and far away from 
L 


146 SAXIFRAGER. 


lanes and houses, West, J.B. Brassington, Gibbs. Bradford Valley and Youlgreave, 
Carr. Stony Middleton, Painter, Natt. 

G2. Ashover, Gibbs. Whatstandwell, Painter, J.B. Near Fox House Inn; 
Froggatt. Between Duffield and Makeney, Pilkington, 

C. Horsley Castle, Painter, J.B. About Renishaw, Waterfall. On the 
hill where Codnor Castle formerly stood, Pilkington. 

P. Cresswell Crags, Gibbs. Bolsover. Pleasley Park, Pilkington. 

TI. Radbourn, Painter, Natt. Shirley; Ridge Lane, Atlow (R. Uva-Crispa ?), 
B.E.C. Rep. 1888, 218; Allestree Park; Barton Fields. 

T3. Apparently an escape about Calke, Purchas, J.B, Burton-on-Trent, 
Painter, J.B. WUeath Wood, Foremark, Hagger, C.D. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


R. alpinum J. 

Native. I. Limestone ravines and dales. Rare, §S. April-May. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Wormbhill, 400 yards, West, J.B. Miller’s Dale, Whitelegg, CD. 
Monk’s Dale, Hb. Mason! Ashwood Dale, Ley, B.L. Rec., 1873, 11. Dovedale ; 
strictly dicecious; undoubtedly wild, Purchas, J.B. 

Gl. Derwent Chapel, Ley, B.L. Rec., 1873. 

P. Cresswell Crags. 

T1. Old Hill, Ashbourne, Miss Sandford, 


R. rubrum L. Red Currant. 
Denizen. I? Woods, river banks, Not infrequent. S. May. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
L. Chee Tor to Wormhill, 350 yards. West, J.B. Buxton, Buxton Guide, 
G1. Mellor, Fl. Ashton. 
G2. Duffield, Glover. By R. Derwent below Hathersage, and above 


Allestree; Froggatt; between Baslow and Hassop; white fruited in Lindup 
Wood, Chatsworth. 


C. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

T1. Mickleover; Radbourn, Painter, Natt. By the side of a brook 
between Mackworth and Markeaton, Pilkington. 

T2. Banks of the Derwent, Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. 

T3. Foremark Bottoms, Hagger, C.D. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


R. nigrum L. Black Currant. 

Denizen. I. Damp woods, copses, river banks. Not uncommon. S. May. 

First record, Buxton Guide, 1854. 

L. Chee Tor, Hannan, C.D. Wormhill; Blackwell Dale, Painter, J.B. & 
C.D, Buxton, Buxton Guide. Ashford. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood, Fl. Ashton. Hood Brook, Hathersage. 

G2. Whatstandwell, Painter, J.B. Baslow,. 

Tl. Edlaston Coppy; near R. Dove, Clifton. 

T2. Banks of R. Derwent, Breadsall, Crewe d: Whittaker. 

T3. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Probably a garden escape, Hagger, C.D. 


CRASSULACES, 147 


CRASSULACEZ. 
COTYLEDON 1. 


C. Umbilicus L.  Navel-wort. 

Native. AE. Cliffs, ruins, old walls. Rare. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Dovedale, H.N. Tutb. ‘‘Now apparently extinct,” Purchas, J.B. 
Bradwell, Drabble. 

G2. Chatsworth, Hb. Mason ! 

C. Barlow, Hb. Salt. 

T3. Anchor Church, near Repton, Watson’s N.B.G. 


SEDUM J. 


S. Telephium L. Orpine. Livelong. 

Native. EB. Woodland, especially on limestone. Local and rather rare. 
P. July-Aug. 

First record, Withering, 1787. 

L. Monk’s Dale, 350 yards; Cromford, West, J.B. Taddington Wood; 
‘Chee Tor, Baker, J.B. Miller’s Dale, Hb. Mason! Lathkil Dale, Green, C.D. 
Buxton, Gisborne. Brassington Rocks; Via Gellia, Gibbs. Dovedale, Smith 
MSS. Chrome Hill, Painter, J.B. Rocks near Monyash (pwrpwrascens Koch.), 
Bailey, B.L. Rec., 1884-6, 127. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Barrow. Great Rocks Dale; 
Bradwell, in Hartle Dale; Dowel Dale, Hindlow; Cales Dale. 

G2. Dethick, Pilkington. 


Var. Fabaria Koch. 
L. Dovedale, sparingly, B. d: N., J.B. 


*S, album JL. White Stone-crop. 

Alien. Established on old walls, rocks, roofs, quarries. Not common, P. 
July-Aug. 

First record, Glovev, 1829. 

L. Walls in Matlock Dale, doubtless a garden escape, B. ¢& N., J.B. 
Ashford; Matlock Bath, Painter, J.B.! The Ashford plant ‘is, I think, S. 
micranthum Bast. 

Gl. Grindsbrook, Edale, an escape. 

G2. Roadside above Darley Dale, towards Flash; Beeley Hilltop; 
Kelstedge, 

Tl. On roofs, Kirk Langley. 

T3. Milton, Rept. F. d& F. 


*S. dasyphyllum J. 
Alien. Pilkington, 1789. 
G2. Dethick, Watson’s N.B.G. 
C. Pinxton, Pilkington, 


148 CRASSULACE, 


S. anglicum Ms. 

Native. AB. Rocks, banks. Rare. P. June-Aug. 

First found, Salt, 1800. Ab. Salt. First record, C.D., 1889. 

L. Via Gellia, Waterfall, C.D. 

G2. Near Chatsworth, plentiful on the rocks, Harris, C.D. Rocks near 
Cover (Calver), Hb. Salt. 


S. acre L. Wali Pepper. Biting Stone-crop. 

Native. B. Walls, rock’, roofs, dry places. Frequent. P. June-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Limestone cliffs, common up to 400 yards, Baker, J.B. So abounding 
on some of the stony hillsides of Dovedale, that in early summer they are 
perfectly yellow with it, Purchas, J.B. Lovers’ Leap, Buxton; Miller’s Dale; 
Matlock Bath, Rogers. Brassington Rocks; Middleton Dale, Gibbs. Haddon, 
Bindley. Wheston; Rowland; Bradwell; near Tideswell. 

Gl. Edale; Hope. ’ 

G2. Near Great Hucklow; Baslow; Fallgate, Ashover. Roofs of houses at 
Makenay, Pilkington. 

C. Roofs of houses at S. Normanton, Pilkington. 

P. Cresswell Crags. 

Tl. Roof of cottage, between Clifton and Ashbourne, Miss Sandford. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe d) Whittaker. On walls at Sandiacre. 

T3. Bretby, Gibbs. Repton, Rept. F. d F. Twyford, Bindley. 


*S reflexum JL. Yellow Stone-crop. 
Alien. Walls, roofs. Not common, P. June-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
L. Matlock, Stevens. 
Gl. Wall, west of Buxton towards Errwood Hall, Green, C.D. 
G2. Froggatt. 
C. Dale Abbey, Gisborne. Alfreton; Horsley Castle, Pilkington. 
T1. Roof at Edlaston Coppice Farm, Miss Sandford. Derby, Pilkington. 
T3. Repton, cricket field wall (S. rupestre), Rept. F. d FP. 


*S. rupestre L. 
Alien. 
L. Rocks near Castleton, Bot. Guide, 1805. 
Tl. Bradley Wood, Smith MSS. 
T3. Linton, Coleman (1860) in Hb. Mason ! 


*Sempervivum tectorum JL. Howse Leek. 

Alien. Walls and cottage roofs. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Cyphel. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Rodsley, near Longford, on roofs. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe d Whittaker. 

T3. Bretby, Gibbs. Stapenhill, Hb. Mason! Cricket-field wall, Repton, 
Wild Fl. Rept. 


DROSERACER. | HALORAGEA. 149 


DROSERACEA. 


DROSERA 1. 
D. rotundifolia L.  Swn-dew. 

Native. B. Bogs, wet-moorland. Rare. P. July-Aug. 

First records, Withering, 1787; Pilkington, 1789. 

Gl. Axe Edge, Garner. Kinderscout; Charlesworth Coombs, Fl. Ashton. 
Stanage Edge, 430 yards; Bamford Moor; Grinds Brook, Edale; Nether Moor, 
near Jagger’s Clough ; swampy ground in Rising Clough, near Raddleput Rushes. 

G2. Abney Moor, Gem of the Peak. Moors near Dore, The Naturalist. 
Tansley Common, Crewe d: Whittaker! East Moor, Scrimshaw, C.D. Umberley 
Brook, and Hipper Sich, Chatsworth; Burbage Brook, above the woodland. 

Tl. Hulland Moss, doubtless the same locality as is given by J. Fitzherbert 
in Smith MSS. Quarndon Common, Pilkington, now extinct. 


T3. Bog at Foremark Park; not seen there of late years, Purchas, J.B. 
Repton Rocks, Rept. F. d: F. 


D. longifolia LZ. D. aglica Huds. 
Native, possibly extinct. S. Moorland. Very rare. P. 
First record, Gem of the Peak, 1851. 
G1. Moors near Buxton, Adams, G.P., 1851. 
G2. Matlock, Stevens. Abney Moor; East Moor, Adams, G.P. 


July-Aug. 


HALORAGEA. 


HIPPURIS lL. 

H. vulgaris L. Ware's Tail. 

Native. G. Péols, slow streams. Local and rather rare. P. June-July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Via Gellia, Milnes, C.D. 

G2. About Chatsworth, Gem of the Peak. 

C. Canal near Killamarsh ; Hardwick. 

P. Pond at Cresswell Crags, Waterfall, C.D. Belph Moor; Langwith 
Wood; Harlesthorpe, near Clowne; by Nether Langwith; Whaley Mill. 

T3. In small quantity in a pool near White Hollows, Ticknall, Purchas, 


J.B. Bretby Park, Painter, J.B. Melbourne Pool, Crewe d: Whittaker. 
ston Bridge, Wild Fl. Rept. 


Swarke- 


MYRIOPHYLLUM 1. 
M. verticillatum ZL. Water Milfoil. 


Native. E. Canals, ponds, slow streams. Localand rare. P. July-Aug. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 


C. Canal near Killamarsh. 


150 HALORAGE. 


T2. Backwater about one mile west of Sawley. 
T3. Pond by Swarkeston Bridge, Purchas, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept- 
Burton, Hb. Mason, both the type and var. pectinatwm (D.C.)! 


M. spicatum /. 

Native. B. Ponds, canals, streams, ditches. Frequent. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Reservoirs at Cromford, Purchas, J.B. RR. Dove, |Garner. In the 
Lathkil, east of Alport. 

Gl. Chapel Reservoir. 

C. Large pond, Hardwick; pond between Codnor Castle and Station ; 
Loscoe ; pool below Mapperley. 

P. Harlesthorpe, near Clowne; Scarcliffe Park Wood; ponds, Nether 
Langwith; Pebley Pond. 

Tl. Shirley Brook; canals below Derby; brook near Barton Blount ;. 
R. Dove, near Sudbury. 

T2. R. Derwent, Borrowash, Hassé C.D. lLocko Park, Painter, J.B. 
Railway pits, Breadsall, Crewe d: Whittaker. Canal by Chaddesden, Spondon, 
&e. 

T3. Pond in Calke Park, Purchas, J.B. Bretby Ponds, Gibbs. About 
Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Old Trent, Repton, Hagger, C.D. Brook above 
Egginton. 


M. alterniflorum 0. 

Native. B. Pools, canals. Rare. P. July-Aug. 

First record, The Flora. 

G2. Pool at Kelstedge. 

C. Canal between Renishaw and Staveley, Waterfall. Great Pond, 
Wingerworth, in the upper part of the pond; ponds, Sutton Scarsdale. The 
Cresswell Crags station in C.D. is, Mr. Waterfall informs me, an error. 


CALLITRICHE 2. 


C. verna L. Water Starwort. O. vernalis Kuetz. 

Native. B. Ponds, streams, ditches. Frequent. P. May-July. 

First record, for the aggregate, Pilkington, 1789; for the segregate, B.H.C. 
Rep., 1876. 

L. R. Bradford at Youlgreave, Purchas in B.E.C. Rept., 1876, 18. 

Gl. Small deep artificial pond, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers, B.L. Rec., 
1884-6, 97. 

T3. Burton, Hb. Mason. 


&. stagnalis Scop. (. platycarpa Kuetz. 

Native. B. Ponds, ditches, damp places in woods. Common. P. May- 
Aug. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

L. Via Gellia, Bailey, C.D. Ponds and slow streams [Matlock], B. & N., 
J.B. BR. Wye, Miller’s Dale, B.H.C. Rep., 1882, 72. Dovedale, Purchas. 


HALORAGEZ. LYTHRARIES. 15] 


Gl. Swamps up to 500 yards on the slopes of Axe Edge, Baker, J.B. Near 
the Snake Inn; Bamford; Edale; Chinley; Etherow district. 

G2. Grindleford Bridge; pool at Kelstedge. 

C. Barlow Brook in Cobnar Wood; Renishaw; Hardwick; Newton Wood. 

P. Near Nether Langwith. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Allestree; Shirley; Etwall; Marston Mont- 
gomery ; canal near Osmaston, Derby. 

T2. Breadsall, Painter, Natt. Sawley; Long Eaton. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Burton, Hb. Mason! Repton Shrubs, N.H. 
Tutb. 
C. hamulata Awet:. 

Native. B. Streams, pools. Frequent. P, May-Aug. 

First record, B.L. Rec., 1881. 

L. Middleton Dale (C. pedunculata D.C.), Carr, B.L. Rec., 1881, 190, 
Bradwell Old Moor. 

Gl. Rushup Edge ; Chapel Reservoir; Wild Moor, R. Goyt; Hood Brook, 
Hathersage. 

G2. Chatsworth Park. 

C. Canal near Chesterfield; pool one mile east of Killamarsh; Birleyhay ; 
woods south-east of Westthorpe; Beighton; by Beauchief Abbey. 

Tl. By Burton Slut, north of Brailsford; Allestree; Cross o’ th’ Hands, 
near Mugginton; Marston-on-Dove; Bradley (C. pedunculata D.C.). 


C. obtusangula Le Gall, 

Native. E. Streams, ditches. tRare. P. May-July. 

First record, Purchas, J.B., 1887. 

G2. Ditch near the Derwent, above Allestree. 

T2. In a ditch close to the canal, at Sandiacre. 

T3. ‘The specimen in Mr. Bloxam’s hb. as C. verna is, I think, undoubtedly 
this species. I have compared it with Messrs. Grove’s {(Hants.) plants and do 
not doubt their identity.”—Purchas, J.B. 


LYTHRARIEA. 


PHEPLIS Ll. 


P. Portula Ll. Water Purslane. 

Native. B. Wet places, margins of pools. Local. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

G1. South side of the Reservoir, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Barker. 

C. Morley Common, Crewe dc Whittaker. Pool, one mile east of Killa- 
marsh; Great Pond, Wingerworth; ponds, Sutton Scarsdale. 

T1. Brook near Osmaston Church, Ashbourne; between Rodsley and 
Yeaveley, Smith MSS. Pond at Tinkers’ Inn, near Edlaston; above Eaton 
Woods; Hulland Moss; Cross o’ th’ Hands, near Mugginton. 

T3. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


152 LYTHRARIE®. ONAGRARIEA. 


LYTHRUM /. 
L. Salicaria LZ. Purple Loosestrife. 


Native. EB. Sides of rivers and streams. Frequent. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

IL. Bakewell Meadow, Pilkington. 

G2. Little HKaton, Painter, J.B. 

C. Kirk Hallam, Hassé, C.D. Shipley Hall; canal near Killamarsh ; 
New Stanton. Coxbench, Pilkington. 

Tl. Osmaston-by-Ashbourne. Sinfin Moor, Pilkington. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, C.D. Sandiacre, Hassé, C.D. Thrumpton Ferry ; 
by the Erewash, near Long Eaton; Sawley, by R. Trent. 

T3. Pond at Calke Mill, Purchas, J.B. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. 
Osier-beds, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Drakelow; by the canal, Egginton. 


*L. hyssopifolia L. 


Alien. EH? Very rare. Watson’s N.B.G. Suppt., 1837. 

Tl. Casual in the grounds of Yeldersley Hall, near Ashbourne, 1898. 

T3. In the pond below the Mill, Calke, only one plant discovered, Bloxam. 
The locality was “‘on the side of a pond long since let dry and was two fields 
below the mill,” Purchas, J.B. 


ONAGRARIEA. 


EPILOBIUM JL. 
BE. angustifolium Ll. ose Bay. French Willow. 


Native. BS. Hedges, cars, woods. Locally abundant. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Ashwood Dale, Purchas. Via Gellia, perhaps introduced, B. d N., J.B. 
Blackwell Dale, Green C.D. Cromford, Painter, J.B. Monsal Dale, C.D. Near 
Youlgreave, Gibbs. Kirkdale, Ashford; Stony Middleton. 

G1. Kinder Vale, Hayfield, Hannan, C.D. On high rocks by Sparry Pit, 
near Chapel-en-le-Frith, Bot. Guide. On Back Tor, circa 450 yards, and other 
spots in Edale; Hathersage. 

G2. Little Eaton, Carr, C.D. Darley Moor, Carr. Pincham’s Hill, 
3elper; near Hillcliff Lane, Idridgehay; near Fox House Inn; Grindleford 
Bridge. 

C. Blacka Plantation, Dore, The Natwralist. Dale, Hassé, C.D. Eckington 
Wood, Waterfall. Mapperley; Dronfield; quarry near Mosbrough; Codnor 
Park; Newton Wood. 

P. Cresswell; Langwith Wood. 

Tl Mickleover; Radbourn, Painter, Natt. Between Brailsford and 
Kedleston; Drabble Car, Bradley Brook; Cubley Brook; close to Egginton 
Station ; var. brachycarpum (Leight.), in Edlaston Coppy. 


- ONAGRARIE®. 153 


T2. Near Breadsall, Whittaker, C.D.. Spondon, Hassé, C.D. Risley Park. 
T3. Bretby, the var. brachycarpum, Hagger, C.D. Between Repton and 
Egginton, Rept. F. dé F. 


EB. hirsutum JL. Codlins and Crean. 
’ Native. EB. Streamsides, ditches, wet places. Common. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. E. ramvswm. 

Generally distributed. ‘‘Common up to 400 yards,’ Baker, J.B. With 
small pale flowers, between Bradbourne Gate and Parwich, Smith MSS. A 
white-flowered form occurs in several places on the Coal-measures (C), as at 
Beighton, Killamarsh, Birleyhay near Ford, Sheepbridge. 


H. hirsutum x montanum. 

L. Chee Dale, Waterfall. Near the Via Gellia Colour Works, B. d: N., 
J.B. 

G2. Right bank of R. Derwent, a little below Mytham Bridge. 


HE. parviflorum Schireb. — Willow-herb. 

Native. BE. -Streamsides, ditches, wet places. Common. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. EH. hirsutum. 

L. Wye Valley up to 250 yards, Baker, J.B. Bradwell; Hassop, Painter, 
Natt. & J. B. Frequent about Matlock, B. d: N., J.B. Dovedale, Purchas. 

G1. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers. Ascends to 400 yards above Buxton, C.D. 
Stirrup, Fl. Ashton. Mellor; Bugsworth; Edale. 

G2. By the canal between Whatstandwell and Ambergate, Bailey, C.D. 
Near Owler Tor; Shatton; Ecclesbourn Brook, near Duffield. 

C. Between Brampton and Holymoorside, Drabble. Sutton; Barlborough 
Low Common; by West Hallam Station; canal side near Kirk Hallam; 
Totley Moss. 

P. Bolsover; Houghton; Cresswell Crags. 

Tl. Canal banks, Derby; Mickleover, Painter, J.B. d Natt. Ridge Lane, 
near Atlow; Quarndon; Marston-on-Dove; Barton Blount; Sudbury; Radbourn. 

T2. Breadsall, &c., common, Crewe & Whittaker. Sandiacre. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Gresley Common, Hb. Mason! Willington, 
Nowers. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. By Old Trent, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


H. parviflorum x roseum,. Haussknecht, 1884, EF. persicinwn Reichb. ; 
J.B., 1889, 147; and 1890, 9. 
Tl. Shirley, a sp. in Hb. Hooker at Kew. 


EH. montanum l. 

Native. B. Woods, hedge banks, cultivated land. Common. P. June- 
Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

“Common up to 350 yards,” Baker, J.B. The form with stem leaves 
arranged in whorls of three was noticed in the Matlock neighbourhood by 
Messrs. Baker & Newbould, J.B. It also occurred at Shottle, and Cubley. A 
white. flowered form occurred near Hognaston. 


154 ONAGRARIEA. 


E. montanum x obscurum. 

G2, Ditchside near Hassop Station. 

Tl. Brailsford, B.H.C. Rep., 1888, 219. Boggy place below Bradley Wood ; 
Edlaston Coppy, B.H#.C. Rep., 1887, 183. 


EH. montanum «x parviflorum. 
L. Chee Dale, Waterfall. 
G2. Ditchside near Hassop Station, Linton. 
Tl. Shirley, B.H.C. Rep., 1887, 182. 


EH. roseum Schieb. 

Native. E. Damp roadsides, ditches. Not uncommon. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Matlock Bridge, B. d N., J.B. Fenny Bentley, Purchas. Thorpe, 
Smith MSS. Oaker Hill, near Wensley: 

G2. Hillcliff Lane, near Ireton; by the Derwent, near Little Eaton ; 
Froggatt; near Stony Middleton; near Hassop Station; Kelstedge. 

C. Heanor, Watson’s N.B.G. Near Holymoorside, Drabble. Renishaw 
Canal; Barlow Brook, in Cobnar Wood; Nether Loads, Old Brampton. 

Tl. Cubley; Wyaston; Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Smith O.D. d MSS. 
Markeaton; Shirley; Barton Blount; The Dove, near Sudbury; Somersal 
Herbert. 

T2. Borrowash, Smith MSS. Breadsall, Hassé C.D. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Winshill, Hb. Mason! Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 
By the brook, Egginton. 


BH. adnatum 3 Grisebach. EF. tetragonum L. 

Native. B. Ditchsides, wet places. Very rare. P. July-Aug. 

First records (Pilkington, 1789, in all probability obscurum); Whittaker, 
Phyt., 1847; Crewe & Whittaker, 1864. 

Gl. Mellor, Fl. Ashton. 

C. Marsh at Holymoorside, Drabble. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe dc: Whittaker. 

T3. [Repton Rocks, Nowers ]; a specimen sent by Mr. N. was E. obsewrwni 
only. 


E. obscurum Schied. 

Native. b. Ditches, streamsides, marshes. Common. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. EH. tetragonwm. 

L. Matlock, B. d N., J.B. Near Buxton, Painter, J.B. Fenny Bentley, 
Purchas, J.B. Miller’s Dale, Rogers, J.B. 

Gl. Swamps up to 500 yards on Axe Edge, Baker, J.B. Chapel-en-le- 
Frith; between Bugsworth and New Mills, Rogers. Derwent Moor; near the 
Snake Inn; Bamford; Torside Clough, near Crowden. 

G2. Lumsdale Reservoir, B. & N., J.B. Cromford, Bailey. Baslow, 
Painter, J.B. Shatton; Ececlesbourn Brook, near Duffield. 

C. By Beauchief Abbey; Brierley Wood, Unstone; Mosbrough; West: 
Hallam ; Ault Hucknall; Dale. 


ONAGRARIER. 155 


Tl. Mugginton, Painter, Natt. Quarndon; Shirley; Barton Blount ; 
Church Broughton. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe d&) Whittaker. 

T3. Newton Solney, Painter, J.B. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Burton, 
Hb. Mason! Repton (#. tetragonum), Wild Fl. Rept. 


H. obscurum ~* palustre. 
Gl. At Malcoff, near Chapel-en-le-Frith. 
Tl. Marshy ground, east side of Shirley Wood. 


BE. obscurum x parviflorum. 

G1. Pool by the Mill, Edale. 

G2. Shatton. 

Tl. Brailsford Brook, abundant; Bradley, B.H.C. Rep., 1889, 262; Peat 
Hays, Shirley, B.H.C. Lep., 1887, 182; Burnaston. 


E. palustre L. 

Native. B. Wet places, marshes, bogs. Frequent. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. , 

L. Buxton, Rogers. Brook Bottom, near Tideswell; between Ashford and 
Taddington ; north west side of Wensley. 

Gl. Swamps up to 450 yards in Goyt’s Clough, Baker, J.B. Chapel-en-le- 
Frith, Rogers, J.B. Charlesworth; Birch Vale, Fl. Ashton. Derwent Moor ;. 
near the Snake Inn; Bamford; Chinley ; Hood Brook, Hathersage. 

G2. The Moor over Tansley, B. ¢ N., J.B. Abney Clough; near: Hather- 
sage; near Owler Tor; Froggatt; roadside below Stanton Park, 

C. Marsh, Holymoorside, Drabble. Sides of ditches about Chesterfield, 
Hb. Salt. Totley Moss; marshy ground near the canal, New Stanton. 

Tl. Bradley; Ridge Lane, Atlow; Shirley; marshes south of Findern. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe d Whittaker. 

T3. Upper pond in Calke Park; bog at Repton Rocks, Purchas, J.B. 
Bretby Park, Gibbs. Gresley Common, Harvis, C.D. Between Repten and 
Willington, Wild Fil. Rept. 


E. palustre « parviflorum. 
G2. Roadside on the Chesterfield Road, near Robin Hood’s Inn. 
Tl. In marshy ground near Bradley Brook. 


*Oenothera biennis L. Lvening Primrose. 
Alien. 
C. Breadsall Moor, Crewe d Whittaker. 
T2. Banks of the Derwent, Crewe d: Whittaker. 


CIRCAHA /. 


C. lutetiana Ll. LEnchanter’s Nightshade. 
Native. BE. Shady banks, woods, and lanes. Frequent. P. July-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 


156 ONAGRARIES. CUCURBITACER, 


L. North of Hassop, 250-300 yards, West, J.B. Wye Valley up to Chee 
Tor, 250 yards, Baker, J.B. Dovedale, B. & N., J.B. ‘Monsal Dale, C.D. 
Thorpe, Rowland, C.D. Bakewell; Matlock; Miller’s Dale, Painter, J.B. 

G1. Mellor; Stirrup, Fl. Ashton. Corbar Wood, Buxton, 350 yards, Rogers. 
Edale; Ashopton; near Yorkshire Bridge. 

G2. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Shatton; Umberley Brook, near Chatsworth ; 
Kelstedge; Eeclesbourn Brook. 

C. Bank of R. Rother, Waterfall, C.D. Horsley Car, C.D. Birleyhay ; 
The Moss, near Mosbrough; wood east of Eckington; Ault Hucknall; by Pebley 
Pond; Nether Loads, Brampton. Newton Wood; Sutton Spring, Pilkington. 

P. Bolsover; Harlesthorpe, near Clowne. 

Tl. Mickleover; Radbourn; Mugginton, Painter, Natt. Mackworth, 
Bindley. Snelston Woods; Yeldersley Rough; Longford. Quarndon Well, 
Pilkington. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe d? Whittaker. 

T3. Woody places about Calke, Purchas, J.B. Stapenhill, Hb. Mason. 
Bretby ; Repton Rocks, Gzbbs. Near Burton-on-Trent, Harris, C.D. Repton, 
Wild Fl. Rept. 

Var. intermedia Lond. Cat. 
L. Matlock, Whittaker, C.D. Matlock Bath, Miss Armitage. 


C. alpina Z. Top. Bot. 1883, 165. 

Native. SH. Brook sides, damp shady woods. Rather rare. P. July- 
Sept. 

First record, Bot. Guide, 1805. 

L. Matlock, Bot. Guide. “ Could not find alpina at Matlock Bath,” B. d 
N., J.B. 

G Field near Stirrup Wood, Charlesworth, Searle, B.L. Rec., 1881-2, 
PHLITS (ta ilsieBh TBE OB} 

G2. Ecclesbourn Brook. 

Tl. Blackwall; Peat Hays, Shirley ; Snelston; Brailsford Brook ; Breward’s 
Car, Mugginton. 
Var. intermedia (Ehrh.) Bot. Guide, 1805. 

L. Matlock Bath, Crewe & Whittaker. 

G1. Woods about Marple, Buaxton’s B.G. 


CUCURBITACEA. 


BRYONIA /. 


B. dioica Ll. White Bryony. 

Native. EG. Hedges. Locally abundant. P. June-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Buxton, Buxton Guide. About Matlock, Glover. 

This species avoids mountain limestone, and has not been noticed in the 
above localities in recent years. 


CUCURBITACE. UMBELLIFER2. 157 


C. South Normanton, Pilkington. 

Tl. Findern; about Derby, Painter, Natt. d C.D. About Sinfin Moor, 
and Baltimore Bridge. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Spondon, Hassé, C.D. Near Trent 
Station, and Thrumpton Ferry; Sawley; Sandiacre; Long Eaton; Elvaston. 

T3. In Plantation near the stables at Calke Abbey, Bloram. Winshill; 
Stapenhill; Willington; Milton, Gibbs. Swarkeston, Painter, Natt. Repton, 
Wild Fl. Rept. 


UMBELLIFERA. 


HYDROCOTYLE 1. 


H. vulgaris 2. White Rot. Pennywort. 

Native. Bb. Marshes, damp ground. Rather local. P. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Chee Tor. 

Gl. Up to 350 yards just above Buxton, Rogers, J.B. Bamford; Lose 
Hill; Hood Brook, Hathersage; MHollinworth Clough; Rising Clough, near 
Strines Edge. 

G2. Tansley Moor on gritstone; avoids the limestone, B. d: N., J.B. 
Near Bradwell, Painter, Natt. Otterdale, below Shatton Moor;* Froggatt ; 
Umberley Brook, near Chatsworth. 

C. Breadsall Moor; Morley Moor, Crewe d: Whittaker. Near Dale, 
Hassé, C.D. Ault Hucknall; Brackenfield Green. S. Normanton, P2lkinyton. 

P. Scarcliffe Park Wood. 

Tl. By Bradley Brook; Shirley. Quarndon Common, Pilkington. 

T3. Marshy places about Calke, Pwrchas, J.B. Near Burton-on-Trent, 
Painter, J.B. Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


SANICULA J. 


S. europeea L. Wood Saniele. 

Native. B. Woods, shady lanes. Frequent. P. May-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Up to 300 yards over Matlock Bath, B. d N., J.B. Via Gellia; scarce 
about Dovedale; Biggin Dale, Purchas, J.B. Haddon, Bindley. Monsal Dale. 

Gl. Corbar Wood, 350 yards; Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers. Near Westend 
Farm, Gibbs. Stirrup, Fl. Ashton. Fernilee; Ollerbrook, Edale. 

G2. Near Chatsworth, The Naturalist. Wirksworth, Gibbs. 

C. Clinker Wood and Parkhall Wood, near Renishaw, Waterfall. Totley, 
Painter, Natt. Walton Wood; Wingerworth ; Newton Wood. S. Normanton, 
Pilkington. 

P. Whitwell Woods; Cresswell Crags, The Naturalist. Scarcliffe Woods, 
Waterfall. Markland Grips; Houghton. 


158 UMBELLIFER2. 


Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Radbourn, Bindley. Shirley Common ; 
Snelston; Longford ; Cubley. Mackworth; Rough Heanor, Pilkington. 

T2. Breadsall; Morley, Crewe cd Whittaker. 

T3. Woods, &e., about Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby; Foremark Bottoms, 


. Gibbs. Near Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. 


CONIUM 1. 


C. maculatum Ll. Hemlock. 

Native. B. Brook banks, hedge-sides, damp woods. Local. Bb. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Via Gellia, B. ¢ N., J.B. Dovedale; banks of brook near the Callow, 
Ashbourne, Purchas, J.B. Buxton, Waterfall. 

G2. Calver; by Ecclesbourn Brook, about Shottle and Duffield; by the 
Derwent above Allestree. 

C. Banks of R. Rother, near Renishaw, Waterfall. Beighton, The 
Naturalist. Spital, Chesterfield, Drabble. Barlow Brook, in Cobnar Wood ; 
Eckington. 

Tl. Near Mickleover, Gibbs. Ashbourne, Miss Sandford. Fox covers at 
Findern, Rept. F. d} F. Eaton Wood; Cubley; Sudbury; Doveridge ; Atlow. 

T2,. Breadsall, Whittaker, C.D. Ockbrook, Painter, J.B. Chaddesden, 
Hassé, C.D. Near Thrumpton Ferry; Sandiacre; by the Derwent, near Great 
Wilne. 

T3. Between Milton and Foremark; also sparingly at Calke, Purchas, J.B. 
Stapenhill, Harris, C.D. Ticknall Quarry, Rept. F. ¢: F. Willington, Gibbs. 


APIUM J. 


A. graveolens Ll. Celery, 
Searcely native; alien, or escape. JH. 
L. Matlock, Stevens. 
C. Pinxton, Pilkington, 1789. 


A. nodiflorum Reichb. fil. Common Water Parsnep. Helosciadum nodiflorwn 
Koch. 
Native. E. Ditches, stream sides, wet places. Common. P. June-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
General through the County. ‘‘ Wye Valley, up to Ashwood Dale, 300 yards,” 
Baker, J.B, 


Var. ochreatwn Bab. 
L. Between Peak Forest Station and Great Rocks Dale. 
C. Hardwick. 


A. inundatum Reichb. fil. Helosciadum inundatwn Koch. 
Native. B. Pools, canal sides, marshes. Rare. P. June-Sept. 
First Record, Crewe d&: Whittaker, 1864. 

G1. Chapel Reservoir 


UMBELLIFER”®, 159 


C. Morley Moor, Crewe d& Whittaker, Renishaw Canal, Waterfall, C.D. 
A form occurs near Renishaw on the edge of the canal with many aerial 
leaves and no submerged ones (see B.H.C. Rep., for 1897, 548). Great Pond, 
Wingerworth ; Great Pond, Hardwick; Pebley Pond. 

T3. Pond by Swarkeston Bridge, Purchas, J.B. Near Burton-on-Trent, 
Painter, J.B. Old Trent, Repton, Rept. F. d& F. 


CARUM J. 


*C, Petroselinum Benth. § Hook. fil. Common Parsley. 
Alien. 
C. Horsley Castle, Hassé, C.D. 


*C, Carui L. Caraway. 
Alien. 
T3. Calke, on the Ashby Road, Bloram. Repton, Rept. F. d F. 


*C, Bulbocastanum Acch. Casual, GL, 
T2. Derby, Glover. 


SISON J, 


S. Amomum JL. Hedge Stonewort, 
Native. E. Hedges, roadsides. Rare. P. July-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
T2. Borrowash, Hassé, C.D. Spondon, Painter, J.B. 
T3. Calke, Bloram. Lullington, Painter, J.B. 


SIUM J. 


S. erectum Huds. Water Parsnep. 

Native. EB. Ditches, canal sides, rivers. Not uncommon, P. July-Sept. 

First found, Salt, 1801. Hb. Salt. First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Monsal Dale, Hb. Salt. Youlgreave; Lathkil Dale; Dovedale, Painter, 
J.B. 

G2, Ecclesbourn Brook; Ambergate, 

C. Renishaw Canal, Waterfall, C.D. Canal near Mastin Moor; New 
Stanton. 

P. Markland Grips; near Nether Langwith; Scarcliffe Park Wood. 

Tl. Findern, Painter, Natt, Canal near Chellaston; by the railway, 
between Sudbury and Scropton; Brailsford Brook, below Ednaston, 

T2. Breadsall, etc., Crewe & Whittaker. Derby, Painter, J.B. Canal side 
near Trent Lock; Sandiacre; R. Erewash near Long Eaton, 

T3. Near Calke Abbey, Purchas, J.B, About Burton-on-Trent, Painter, 
J.B. Dyrakelow Park; by the canal, Egginton. 


160 UMBELLIFER. 


ABGOPODIUM J. 


AS. Podagraria Ll. Goutweed. 

Native. BE. Cultivated ground, hedges near houses. Frequent. P. 
June-Aug. 

First record, Pi/kington, 1789. 

L. Dovedale, B. dé: N., J.B. Weed at Buxton, Rogers. Hognaston ; 
Harborough Rock. 

G2. Matlock Bank, up to 300 yards, B.d: N., J.B. Fallgate, Ashover; 
Ambergate. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Near Norton Lees, Hb. Salt.  Pinxton ; 
about Coxbench Wood, Pilkington. By Beauchief Abbey; Wingerworth ; 
Freebirch, Old Brampton; Shipley Hall; Ault Hucknall; Dale. 

Tl. Findern, Rept. F. d #. Mickleover, Bindley. Shirley; Longford 
Hall; Marston-on-Dove; Markeaton ; Allestree. 

T2. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. Breadsall, &c., Crewe d: Whittaker. Canal- 
side by Chaddesden. 

T3. Waste places about Calke, Purchas, J.B. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, 
J.B. Twyford Road, Repton, Wéd Fl. Rept. 


PIMPINELLA /. 


P. Saxifraga Ll. Burnet Saxrifraga, 

Native. B, Pastures, roadsides, woods. Frequent. P. June-Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. ; 

L. Limestone banks up to 400 yards at Peveril Castle, over Castleton, 
Baker, J.B. Up to the heights of Abraham, 350 yards; seen with bright red 
flowers at Bonsall, B. d N., J.B. Buxton; Miller’s Dale, Rogers. Via Gellia, 
Gibbs. Sterndale, Stevens. Bradwell; Ashford; Conies Dale, Peak Forest. 

G1. Charlesworth; Mellor, Fl. Ashton. Hayfield; Etherow district. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Norton, Painter, Natt. Wilday Green, 
Barlow; Spink Hill, Eckington; The Moss, Mosbrough; Wingerworth; Dale ; 
Newton Wood. 

P. Bolsover; Cresswell Crags; The Walls, Whitwell. 

T1. Findern; Mickleover; Kirk Langley; Boylestone, Gibbs. About 
Derby, C.D. Shirley ; Longford. 

T2,. Breadsall, &c., Crewe cd} Whittaker. Sandiacre; Hlvaston. 

T3. Ticknall Quarries, Purchas, J.B. Calke, Bloxam. Parson’s Hills, 

Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Egginton. 


P. major Huds. P. magna L. 

Native. EG. Hedge-banks, roadsides. Frequent, preferring limestone. P. 
July-Sept. 

First found, Salt, 1800. Hb. Salt. First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Abundant in Ashwood Dale at the Lovers’ Leap, up to 350 yards, 
Baker, J.B. Monk’s Dale, 350 yards, West, J.B. Common on limestone banks 
up to 300 yards on the ridge between Bonsall and Matlock Bridge, B. d N., J.B. 


UMBELLIFERZ. 161 


More common in Dovedale than P. Sazifraga, Purchas, J.B. UGimestone 
near Calver (Cover), Hb. Salt. Pin Dale, near Castleton; Ashford; Kniveton. 

G2. Near the Cromford Canal, Rogers. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Betwee. 
Hassop and Baslow. 

C. By canal near Chesterfield; Shipley Hall; Mapperley; Killamarsh ; 
Beighton; Alfreton; Ault Hucknall; Dale; New Stanton. 

P. Bolsover. 

Tl. Mickleover; Kirk Langley; Boylestone ; Doveridge, Gibbs. Radbourn, 
Painter, Nat'. Shirley; Trusley; Cubley Common; Marston-on-Dove. 

T2. Breadsall; Spondon, Crewe d Whittaker. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. 
Sandiacre. 

T3. Between Melbourne and King’s Newton; in one spot at Calke, 
Purchas, J.B. Burton, Painter, J.B. Willington, Nowers. 


CONOPODIUM ech. 


C.denudatum Aoch. Pig-nut. Earth-nut.. Bunium flexuosum With. 
Native. B. Pastures, heaths, waysides. Common. P. May-July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Everywhere abundant. ‘“ Wormhill, 400 yards,” West, J.B. 


MYRRHIS /. 


M. odorata Scop. Sweet Cicely. 

Native. I. MRiversides, fields, banks, often near villages. Very abundant 
locally. P. June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Tideswell; roadside near the Ebbing and Flowing Well, always near 
houses, 200-400 yards, Baker, J.B. Stream sides and lanes up to 300 yards over 
Bonsall; very wild looking, B. d: N., J.B. Matlock Bath; Miller’s Dale, Painter, 
J.B. Monyash; Youlgreave, Gibbs. Wardlow; Sheldon; Eyam; Ashford ; 
Bradwell; Wheston; Taddington; Perryfoot, Peak Forest; Litton. 

Gl. Stirrup; Mellor, Fl. Ashton. Banks of the Goyt, just below Whaley 
Bridge, Watson N.B.G. Derwent Dale; Ashopton; Black Brook, Chinley. 

G2. Rowsley; Calver, The Naturalist. Whatstandwell, Painter, J.B. By 
the Derwent near Duffield, Watson’s N.B.G. Little Eaton, Crewe & Whittaker. 
Shatton; Froggatt; Great Hucklow; Mytham and Grindleford Bridges; Baslow ; 
Beeley; Kelstedge. 

C. Beauchief; Dore; Norton; Kckington, The Naturalist. Codnor Breach, 
Watson’s N.B.G. Canal side above Chesterfield ; The Moss, Mosbrough. 

Tl. Norbury, Smith MSS. By the Dove, near Clifton. 

T2. Hedges bordering the railway between Breadsall and Derby, Crewe and 
Whittaker. 

This species seeds freely and spreads with great rapidity, and once introduced 
is difficult to eradicate. It seems to have been widely cultivated, as it so often 
occurs near buildings, yet in other localities, such as field borders and river banks, 


has all the appearance of a native. 
M 


162 


UMBELLIFER®, 


CHAIROPHYLLUM 1. 
Rough Chervil. 
BE. Hedges, waysides. P. May-July. 
First record, Glover, 1829. Myrrhis temulenta. 


Almost everywhere common. 
Baker, J.B. 


Cc. temulum l. 
Native. Common. 


“Ascending to 400 yards over Castleton,” 


SCANDIX 1. 


S. Pecten-Veneris Ll. Shepherd’s Needle. 
Native or Colonist. BE. Cultivated land. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
L. Monsal Dale, 
Jewitt. 


Gl. 


Venus’ Comb. 


Not common. A. June-Oct. 


Whitelegg, C.D. Matlock, Stevens. 


Ashwood Dale, 

Ridge Hall, near Chapel, Gisborne. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. 

field, Drabble. Pinxton, Pilkington. 
P. Elmton; Pleasley. 


Tl. Cornfields, Mickleover, Painter, Natt. 
Cubley ; Hilton Common. 


Bamford Station. 


Norton, Painter, Natt. Spital, Chester- 


Yeldersley, near Ashbourne; 
T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, C.D. 
T3. 


Sparingly found by Bloxam [about Calke], Purchas, J.B. Bretby ; 
Cauldwell, Gibbs. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


ANTHRISCUS Lernh. 


Cherophyllin Anthriscus Lam. 
B. Waysides, banks. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 


A. vulgaris Bernh. 
Native. Rare. A. June. 

Scandix Anthriscus. 

P. Limestone cliffs at Markland Grips, near Clowne, Waterfall. 

T2. Bank of R. Trent, a little east of where the Derwent falls into it. 

T3. 


Stanton-by-Bridge; Swarkeston; sparingly at Ticknall, Pwrchas, J.B. 
Milton, Gibbs. Willington, Hb. Mason ! 


A. silvestris Hojm. 
Native. 


Repton Village, Wild Fl. Rept. 
Wild Chervil, 
B. Hedge-banks, roadsides. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 


General and abundant throughout the County. 
[Buxton], Baker, J.B. 


Cherophylion silvestre L. 


Common. P. April-June. 


“Common up to 400 yards 
*A. Cerefolium Hoffin. 


Casual. Jewitt, 1811. Scandia cerefolium. Glover, 1829. 
Gl. Burbage, Buxton, Jewitt. 


“Foeniculum vulgare -Wi//. 
Casual, E. 
C. Spital, Chesterfield; Wingerworth, Drabble, 


UMBELLIFER#. 163 


GNANTHE 1. 


CH. fistulosa Ll. Water Dropwort. 


Native. Eb. Marshes, wet places. Frequent locally. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Near Sterndale, Stevens. 

C. Morley Moor, Crewe d& Whittaker. Canal banks near Renishaw, Water- 
fall. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

Tl. By the railway between Sudbury and Scropton, 

T2. R. Derwent, near Spondon, Hassé, C.D. Alvaston, Smith MSS. 
Breadsall, Crewe & Whittaker. Trent Lock; Sawley, and Sawley Junction. 

T3. Near Calke Abbey, Pwrchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. Rosliston, Hb. Mason! 
Twyford; Burton-on-Trent; Swarkeston Bridge, Painter, Natt. & J.B, Repton, 
Wild Fl. Rept. By the canal, Egginton. 


4. crocata L. 
Native. BE. Wet places, ponds, streamsides. Rare. B. July-Aug. 
First record, Wild Fl. Rept., 1866. 
T3. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


@,. Phellandrium Lan. Water Horsebane, 

Native. EG. River-sides, canals, marshes, ditches. Rather rare. P, 
July-Aug. 

First record, Watson’s N.B.G. Supplt., 1837. 

T2. Pool near Trent Station; Trent Lock; swamp by the footpath south- 
east of Long Eaton. 

T3. Ponds adjoining Swarkeston Bridge, Blox. MSS. in N.B.G. Swamps 
near Willington Bridge, Rept. F. d F. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. 


. fluviatilis Coleman 


Native. EG. Rivers, streams. Rare. P. June-July. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

T3. Mr. Bloxam’s specimen marked (.§ Phellandriwm from the Trent 
belongs to this, which was \not then recognised as a species, Pwrchas, J.B. 
Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. 


JETHUSA Z. 


4AM. Cynapium L. Fool’s Parsley. 

Native. BE. Cultivated land. Frequent. A. July-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Cultivated ground at Matlock, up to 300 yards, B. d: N., J.B. Dovedale, 
Painter, J.B. Bradwell; Stony Middleton. 

Gl. Bamford; Malcoff, Chapel-en-le-Frith. 

G2. Near the Cromford !Canal, Rogers. Near Hathersage; Grindleford 
Bridge; Bubnell, near Baslow; Duffield. 


164 UMBELLIFER, 


C. The Hague, Renishaw, Waterfall. S. Normanton, Pilkington. Ecking- 
ton; Beighton; Coal Aston; Unstone; Mapperley; Codnor. 

P. Bolsover; Elmton; Houghton; Whitwell. 

Tl, Mickleover, Bindley. Shirley; Rodsley; Cubley. Gardens at Derby, 
Pilkington. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe & Whittaker. Long Haton; near Trent Station. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Drakelow, Hb. Mason! About Burton- 
on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


SILAUS Bess. 


S. flavescens Bernh. Sulphur-wort. Pepper Saxifrage. 8S. pratensis Bess. 

Native. E. Fields, roadsides. Frequent. P. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Seseli carnifolia. 

L. Near Atlow Whin, Miss A. B. Purchas. Alport. 

G2. Hills near Chatsworth, Watson's N.B.G. 

C. Woodland near Beauchief Abbey; Ault Hucknall; between R. Doe 
Lea and Sutton Scarsdale. S. Normanton, Pilkington. 

P. Bolsover; near the Walls, Whitwell. 

Tl. Mickleover, Gibbs. Hollington, Longford. 

T2. LBreadsall; Morley, Crewe & Whittaker. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. 
Bartlewood, Spondon, Hassé, C.D. Near Trent Station; Long Eaton. 

T3. Between Melbourne and Derby, Purchas, J.B. Drakelow, Painter, 
J.B. Meadows adjoining Swarkeston Bridge, Watson’s N.B.G. Calke, Bloxam. 
Repton, Wild Flower Rept. By the brook, above Egginton. 


ANGELICA J. 


A. silvestris LZ. Angelica. 

Native. B. Damp places in woods, thickets, by ditches. Common. P.. 
July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Woods up to 400 yards [Buxton], Baker, J.B. Miller’s Dale, Rogers. 
Lathkil Dale; Dovedale, Rowland, C.D. Matlock Bath, Painter, J.B. Ashford. 

Gl. Near the Snake Inn; Edale; Rowarth; near Glossop; Malcoff, 
Chapel-en-le-Frith. 

G2, Near the Cromford Canal, Rogers. Froggatt; Belper; Hazelwood. 

C. Canal bank, Renishaw, Waterfall. Breadsall Common, Crewe d: 
Whittaker. Totley Moss; near Smalley; Mosbrough; woods near Coal Aston; 
New Stanton; Walton Wood; Newton Wood. 

P. By Cresswell Craggs; Langwith wood; Harlesthorpe, near Clowne. 

Tl. About Derby, C.D. Mickleover; Radbourn, Bindley. Shirley; Long- 
ford; Marston-on-Dove ; Sudbury; Hatton. 

T2, Canal-side near Spondon; Trent Lock; Sandiacre. 

T3. Near Stanley’s, Calke, Purchas, J.B. Drakelow, Hb. Mason. About 
Burton-on-Trent; Willington, Painter, J.B., d: Natt. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


UMBELLIFER. 165 


PHUCHDANUM J. 


*P, Ostruthium Ach. 
Alien. Hb. Salt, 1800. Glover, 1829. 
G2. Axe Edge, Garner. Near Buxton, an escape, Hb. Salt. 


P. sativum Benth. § Hook. fil. Wild Parsnep. Pastinaca sativa L. 

Native. E. Dry banks, field borders, roadsides. Rather rare. JB. July- 
Aug. 

First record, H.N. Tutb., 1863. 

Tl. Railway bank, Mickleover, Painter. Natt. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe & Whittaker. Near Chaddesden, Painter, J.B. 
Sandiacre ; near Trent Station; Long Eaton. 

T3. Calke Park, Rept. Ff. & F. 


HERACLEUM J. 


H. Sphondylium Ll. Hogweed. Cow Parsnep. 

Native. B. Meadows, roadsides, cultivated ground, &c. Common. P. 
June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

“Common up to 500 yards” [Buxton], Baker, J.B. A pink flowered 


form occurs occasionally. 


Var. angustifolium Huds. 

First record, Withering, 1787. 

L. Varieties noted [Matlock] with laciniated leaves and small orbicular 
mericarps, B. d N., J.B. Miller’s Dale, Whitelegg, C.D. Hedges near Bakewell, 
Bot. Guide. Between Okeover and Ashbourne, Withering. Taddington ; Castle- 
ton; Brassington. 

Gl. Malcoff, near Chapel-en-le-Frith. 

G2. Shottle; Idridgehay. 

C. Linacre Wood, Drabble. East of Totley ; Newton Wood. 

P. Scarcliffe Park Wood; Langwith Wood. 

Tl. Etwall, by Ash; Shirley; Bradley; between Longford and LBoyleston. 


DAUCUS I. 


D. Carota L. Wild Carrot. 

Native. B. Fields, banks, on dry or gravelly soil. Not uncommon, but local. 
B. July-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Matlock Bath, Rowland, C.D. Middleton Dale, Miss Fenton. Dovedale, 
Painter, J.B. Ashford; Agnes Meadow, Kniveton. 

Gl. Stirrup; Mellor, Fl. Ashton. 

G2. Wigwell, near Wirksworth, Gibbs. Casual, Matlock Bank; Ashover. 

C. Between Renishaw and Staveley, Waterfall. Millhouses, The Naturalist. 
Eckington; Beighton; Crowhole, near. Barlow; Millthorpe, near Holmesfield ; 


south of Coal Aston. 


166 UMBELLIFER2. ARALIACE2. 


P. Bolsover; Pleasley; by Nether Langwith. 

Tl, Boylestone, Gibbs. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Lime Quarries, Snelston 
Common; Yeldersley, near Ashbourne. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe d) Whittaker. Risley Park; near Trent Station. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Near Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Near Repton 
Shrubs; near Stapenhill, Gibbs. Repton Village, Rept. F. dF. 


CAUCALIS J. 


C. daucoides /. 
Colonist. GE. Arable land. Very rare. A. June-July. 


T3. Milton, Wild Fl. Rept., 1866. 


C. arvensis Huds. Corn Parsley. Torilis infesta Spreng. Top. Bot. 

“‘ Howitt cat.” 

Colonist. E. Cultivated land. Rare. A. June-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Dovedale, N.H. Tutb. ‘* Not seen there lately,” Purchas, J.B. 

C. Shipley, Watson’s N.B.G. 

T3, Drakelow; Brizlincote, Hb. Mason! Calke, Blovam. Repton, Rept. 
F, a F. 


C. Anthriscus Huds. Hedge Parsley. Torilis Anthriseus Gaert. 

Native. BE. Hedge-banks, field borders, waste ground. Common. A. or 
_B. June-Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

Generally distributed and abundant. ‘“*Common on dry banks up to the 
Heights of Abraham, 350 yards,” B. d& N., J.B. 


C. nodosa Scop. Torilis nodosa Gaert. Top. Bot. ‘‘ Howitt Cat.” 
Native. E. Dry fields and banks. Rare. A. or B. June-Aug. 
First record, Glover, 1829. Tordyliwm nodosum. 

L. Dovedale, Garner. 

P. Markland Grips, The Naturalist. 
T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. 
T3. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


ARALIACEA. 


HHDEHRA J. 
H. Helix Ll. Ivy. 


Native. B. Woods, hedges, rocks, old walls, banks. Common. S. Sept.- 
Nov. 
First record, Pilkington, 1759. 

Common everywhere, except at higher levels. ‘‘Common on limestone cliffs 
up to 400 yards; a variety with deeply palmatifid leaves on the walls of Peveril 
Castle,’ Baker, J.B. 


CORNACES. CAPRIFOLIACE®. 167 


CORNACEA. 


CORNUS /. 


C. sanguinea L. Cornel. Dogweed. 

Native. E, Hedges, woods. Frequent. S. June-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Prickwood. Gatton Tree. 

L. Miller’s Dale; Matlock, West, J.B. Truly wild in the limestone dales, up 
to 3090 yards, Baker, J.B. Via Gellia, Gibbs. Cressbrook Dale; Dovedale, 
Painter, J.B. Monsal Dale, Rogers. Middleton Dale, Hb. Salt. Ashford. 

G2. Wirksworth, Gibbs. 

C. Road to Staveley, Waterfall, C.D. Beighton, The Naturalist. Pinxton, 
Pilkington. 

P. Whitwell, The Naturalist. Cresswell; Clowne; Palterton; Pleasley. 
Glapwell, Pilkington. 

Tl. Mickleover, C.D. Brailsford; Barton Blount; near Cubley Common ; 
Lower Thurvaston. Derby; Kedleston, Pilkington. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Near Thrumpton Ferry; Sandiacre ; 
Risley Park; Boulton. 

T3. Between Calke and Springwood, rather scarce in the district, Purchas, 
J.B. Bretby, Hagger, C.D. Burton-on-Trent, Harris, C.D. Osier-bed between 
Repton and Newton, Rept. F. & F. 


CAPRIFOLIACEA. 
ADOXA I. 


A. moschatellina Ll. Tuberous Moschatel. 

Native. E. Hedge-banks, woods. Frequent and abundant. P. March- 
May. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Matlock Bath, Rowland, C.D. Monsal Dale, Painter, J.B. About 
Dovedale, Pwrehas. Chee Tor, Jewitt. Brassington Rocks, Gibbs. Castleton, 
Phyt, N.S. w., 482. Lathkil and Bradford Valleys, Carr. Deep Dale, Kingstern- 
dale; Monk’s Dale. 

Gl. Fernilee; Chapel-en-le-Frith, Barker. Edale. 

G2. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Hathersage, Painter. Natt. Stanton, Carr. 
Dethick, Pilkington. 

C. Hague Lane, and near the canal, Renishaw, Waterfall.  Totley, 
Painter, Natt, Pinxton, Carr. Dale, Hassé, C.D. 

P. Cresswell Crags, The Naturalist. 

Tl. Dalbury, Painter, Nat’. Shirley; Roston; Blackwall. Love Lane, 
Derby; Nursery by Mr. Eames’, Mackworth, Pilkington. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Morley, C.D. 

T3. Between Ticknall and Ingleby, Purchas, J.B. Burton, Hb. Mason! 
Winshill, Painter, J.B. Bretby, Hagger, C.D. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


168 CAPRIFOLIACEE. 


SAMBUCUS /. : 
S. nigra Ll. Eider. 
Native. BE. Woods, hedges. Common. T. May-July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Generally distributed. ‘‘ Wye Valley, up to 300 yards,” Baker, J.B. 
Var. laciniata L. 
L. In hedge of main road, $.W. of Carsington. 


S. Ebulus 2. Dwarf Elder, Danewort. Top. Bot. ‘“ Howitt cat.” 

Native. E. Hedges, borders of fields, waysides. Local. P. July-Sept. 
Used to be cultivated for blue dye. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Matlock, Stevens. In two localities at Ashford; Middleton Dale, 
abundant. Alport; Bakewell; Buxton; Wirksworth, Pilkington. 

G2. By Bar Brook, near Far End, Baslow, Linton. Dethick, Pilkington. 

C. §S. Normanton, Pilkington. 

Tl. Near Brailsford Church, Kingdon. Roadside, near Mammerton, 
Longford, 

T2. Boulton, Pilkington. 


VIBURNUM 1. 


V. Opulus LI. Guelder Rose. Water Elder. 

Native. BE. Woods, cars, hedges. Frequent. S. June-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Monk’s Dale, 350 yards, West, J.B. Wye Valley up to Chee Tor, 
Baker, J.B. Dovedale; Matlock, 300 yards, B. & N., J.B. Cressbrook Dale, 
C.D. Ashwood Dale, Jewitt. Great Shacklow Wood; Scow Brook, Hognaston. 

Gl. Charlesworth, Painter, J.B. Dinting; Wash, near Chapel-en-le-Frith ; 
Edale; Ashopton ; near Castleton; Bamford. 

32. Near the Cromford Canal, Itogers. Between Hassop and Baslow; 
Shatton; Froggatt; near Mytham Bridge. ; 

C. Hemsworth, The Naturalist. Clinker Wood, Renishaw, Waterfall. 
Kirk Hallam; The Moss, Mosbrough; loscoe Woods near Coal Aston; 
Newton Wood; Barlborough. 

P. Bolsover; Clowne; Langwith Wood. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Shirley; Snelston; Trusley; Roston; 
Markeaton ; Cubley. 

T2. Breadsall, &c., Crewe & Whittaker. Morley, Painter, J.B. Near 
Chellaston. 

T3. Woody places, Calke, Pwurchas, J.B. Repton, Hagger, C.D. Newton 
Solney, Green, C.D. Repton Shrubs, Wild Fl. Rept. 


V. Lantana Ll. Way-faring-tree. 
Native. EG. Hedges, woods. Rare and local. S. May. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
P. Glapwell; Langwith, Pilkington. 
T3. Measham, N.H. Tutb. Repton Shrubs, Wild Fl. Rept. 


CAPRIFOLIACE. RUBIACE.E. 169 


LONICERA l. 
L. Periclymenum L. Honeysuckle. Woodbine. 


Native. B. Hedges, woods. Common. 8S. June-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Generally distributed and abundant. ‘“ Ascends to 300 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


*L. Xylosteum Ll. My Honeysuckle. 
Alien. Hedges, woods. Rare. S. May-June. 
First record, West, J.B., 1884. 
L. Wormhill, West, J.B.! 
T3. Calke, Candler, C.D. 


RUBIACEA. 
RUBIA J. 
R. peregrina L. Wild Madder. 
Native. A. Thickets in limestone dales. Very rare. P.. July-Aug. 
First record, The Flora. 


L. Thickets, Dovedale, about 600 ft., im some quantity, Bindley! A very 
interesting extension of this lowland and south western species. 


GALIUM J. 
G. Cruciata Scop. Crosswort. 
Native. BE. Hedges, woods. Common. P. May-July. 
First record, Prlkington, 1879. 
‘Common up to 400 yards on Fairfield Moor,” Baker, J.B. ‘Common at 
all levels [Matlock] up to 350 yards,” B. d N., J.B, Totley Moss, 400 yards. 
Very abundant on the Magnesian limestone (P). 


-G. verum LL. Vellow Bedstraw. 


Native. B. Dry banks and pastures. Frequent. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Cheese Rening. Petty Muguet. 

L. Common up to 400 yards over Castleton, Baker, J.B. Miller’s Dale ; 
Matlock Bath, Bonsall, Rogers. Wormbhill, 400 yards, West, J. B. Oxlow Rake; 
Bradwell; Longstone Edge; Ashford. 

Gl. Birch Vale, Fl. Ashton. Axe Edge, Rogers. Hayfield; near the 
Snake Inn. 

G2. Abney; near Stony Middleton ; Eyam Moor; near the Derwent, above 
Allestree. Near Duffield, Glover. 

C. Denby; Shipley Hall; Hackenthorpe; Codnor; Spink Hill, Eckington ; 
Duckmanton ; Dale. 


170 RUBIACES. 


P. Bolsover; Clowne; Pleasley ; The Walls, Whitwell. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Ash, Etwall; Marston-on-Dove ; Barton Blount ;. 
Sudbury ; Longford; Markeaton; Kedleston Park. 

T2. Breadsall, etc., common, Crewe d Whittaker. Sawley; Long EHaton;. 
Sandiacre. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Walton-on-Trent, Nowers. Repton, Wild. Fl. 
Rept. Drakelow; Egginton Common. 


G. erectum Aids. 


Native? GE. Dry roadsides and hedge-banks. Very rare. P. July-Aug. 
First record, Glover, 1829. Top. Bot., ‘“ Derby, Howitt Cat.” 

C. Heanor, Watson’s N.B.G. Suppt. 

Tl. Yeldersley fields. In a wood near Wheathill [Mackworth], Glover. 


G. Mollugo Ll. White Bedstraw. 


Native. EB. Hedge-banks, roadsides. Abundant on the Magnesian lime- 
stone, elsewhere rare. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Wild Madder. Great Bastard Madder. 

L. Winster, Milnes, C.D. 

G2. Cromford Moor (var. inswbricum Gaud.), Phyt., 1858, 611. Arable 
land, by Dethick Common. 

C. About Barlborough Low Common. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. Abundant in this district; seen at Bolsover; Clowne ; Elmton; Whitwell;. 
Cresswell; Scarcliffe Park Wood. Not seen at Pleasley, Shirebrook. 

Tl. Roadside between Osmaston and Ashbourne, Pwrchas. Copse Hill, 
Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Smith MSS. Railway bank, Mickleover, Painter, Natt. 

T3. Near Melbourne; on the road to Stanton-by-Bridge, Pwrchas, J.B. 
Bretby, rare, Gibbs. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


G. saxatile LZ. G. montanum Huds. G. procwnbens With. 


Native. B. Heathy ground, dry banks, woodland. Frequent, but some- 
what local. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Hartle Dale, Bradwell. Middleton Dale, Pilkington. 

Gl. Ascends to the peak of Axe Edge, over 550 yards, Baker, J.B. 
Chapel-en-le-Frith, Barker. Hood Brook, Hathersage; Edale. 

G2. Near Hathersage; Abney Clough; Ashover Hay. 

C. Breadsall Moor, Crewe d&} Whittaker. Denby; woods N.E. of Coal 
Aston; near Beauchief Abbey; Cutthorpe, Old Brampton; near Tibshelf ; 
Hardwick ; Fritchley. 

TI. Mickleover; Findern, Bindley. Church Broughton; near Cubley 
Common; Hulland; Blackwall; Hilton Common; Dalebrook, Sudbury. 

T3. Drakelow, Hb. Mason! Calke, Bloram. Repton Rocks. Wild FI. 
Rept. Egginton Common. 


RUBIACEE. 17k 


G. silvestra Poll. G. pusillum L. 

Native. IH. Limestone rocks and dales, where it is abundant. P. June- 
Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Wormbhill, 400 yards, West, J.B. Ascends to 400 yards at Peveril 
Castle, Baker, J.B. About Matlock, B. d N., J.B. Ashford Dale; Dovedale, 
Painter, J.B. Uathkil Dale; Monsal Dale, Smith MSS. Middleton Dale; 
Eyam, Drabble. Completely covers the limestone rocks in all the dales about 
Monyash, Mag. Nat. Hist. Deep Dale, near Buxton, B.L. Rec., 1873, 20. 
Wirksworth, Bindley. Conies Dale, Peak Forest; Longstone Edge; Great 
Rocks Dale; Brook Bottom, Tideswell. 


Var. nitidulun (Thuill.). 

L. Near Castleton, Whitehead, C.D. Via Gellia, Lomax. Matlock Bath, 
E.B. Ed. iii., 1865. 

G2. Cromford Moor [?], #.B., Hd. iii., 1865. 


G. palustre /. 
Native. B. Ditches, marshes, damp places. Common. P. June-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Generally distributed. ‘‘ Swamps up to 600 yards on Axe Edge,” Baker, J.B. 


Var. elongatun (Presl.). 
P. Harlesthorpe, near Clowne. 
Gl, Near R. Ashop below the Snake Inn. 
Tl. Hilton, Hb. Mason! 


Var. Witheringii (Sm.). 

Gl. Axe Edge, Painter, Natt. 

C. Brierley Wood, Unstone. 

T2. Ockbrook; between Locko and Spondon, Smith MSS. Morley; 
casual at Chaddesden, Painter, Natt, 

T3. Willington; Repton, Painter, Natt. 


G. uliginosum JL. Bog Bedstrav. 

Native. BE. Bogs, marshes. Local. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Ashwood Dale, Jewitt. 

Gl. Axe Edge, Painter, J.B. Hood Brook, Hathersage. 

G2. Umberley Brook, near Chatsworth; Blake Brook, above Baslow. 

C. Mosbrough; Totley Moss, 400 yards; New Stanton, near the canal. In 
marshes about Coxbench, Pilkington. 

P. Scarcliffe Park Wood. Pleasley Park, Pilkington. 

Tl. Wyaston Brook, Smith MSS. Findern, Bindley. By Aldercar, 
between Ednaston Lodge and Bradley; Shirley Park; by Brailsford Brook, near 
Ednaston. 

T3. Bog at Foremark Park, Purchas, J.B. Below the Mill, Calke, Bloram. 
Near Old Trent, Wild Fil. Rept. 


ALR RUBIACES, 


LG. anglicum Huis. 
Casual, or more probably, error. 
G2. Near Ambergate, Phyt. N.S., 1858, 611. 
T3. Winshill, N.A. Tuto.) 


G. Aparine L. (Goose Grass. Cleavers. Harvriff. 

Native. B. Hedges, cultivated ground, waste places. Common. P. June- 
Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Abundant and generally distributed, except at high levels. ‘Up to 450 
yards,” Baker, J.B. 


G. tricorne Stokes. 
Colonist. GE. Arable land. Local and rare. A. July-Aug. 
First record, Smith MSS., 1854-70; also C.D., 1889. 
P. Cornfield about a mile north of Bolsover. 
Tl. Cornfields, Smith MSS. No locality given. 


ASPERULA /. 


A. odorata L. Woodruff: 

Native. B. Shady banks, woods, thickets. Local. P. May-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Wye Valley, up to Chee Tor, 250 yards, Baker, J.B. Matlock Bath, 
Rowland, C.D. Via Gellia, Gibbs. Great Shacklow Wood, Ashford; Cress- 
brook. Dovedale, Pilkington. 

G1. Ashopton; Ollerbrook, Edale; Upper Hurst Brook, Bamford; Hood 
Brook. Hathersage. 

G2. Woods between Wensley and Birchover ; Froggatt; Wakebridge, Crich; 
Ashover Hay. 

C. Parkhall Woods, Renishaw, Waterfall. Unthank; wood below Hallcliff 
Farm, Nether Loads; Wingerworth;- wood east of Smalley; north-east of Coal 
Aston ; near Totley; Newton Wood; Ault Hucknall. 

P. Whitwell Wood, The Naturalist. Markland Grips; Langwith Wood. 

Tl. Near Kedleston Park, Gisborne. Wooded hollow below Blackwall ; 
Shirley ; Roston ; Snelston Common; Stydd. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe d: Whittaker. 

T3. Hedge-bank at Heath End, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs, Burton, 
Hb. Mason! Repton Shrubs, Wild Fl. Rept. Repton, Bindley. 


A. cynanchica L. Squinancy-wort. 
Native. KE. Dry grassy slopes, stony banks. Rare. P, July-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
L. Bonsall, Crewe & Whittaker. The Warren, Ashford, Miss Fenton. 
C. Pinxton, Pilkington. 
Tl. Normanton, Pilkington. 


RUBIACES. VALERIANES. ilies 


SHEHRARDIA !. 


S. arvensis Ll. Field Madder, Spurwort. 


Native. B. Arable land. Frequent. A. or B. May-Oct. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Miller’s Dale, West, C.D. Dovedale, Rowland, C.D. Uathkil Dale, 
Painter, J.B. Youlgreave, Gibbs. Matlock, Stevens. Wensley. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Millhouses, The Naturalist. Norton, 
Painter, Natt. Dale, Hassé, C.D. Tapton, Drabble. Fritchley. 

P. Markland Grips, The Naturalist. Whitwell; Langwith; Cresswell ; 
Pleasley. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Shirley; Rodsley. Quarndon Common, 
Pilkington. 

T2. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. Spondon; Alvaston, Hassé, C.D. Breadsall, 
Crewe & Whittaker. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby; Cauldwell, Gibbs. Drakelow; Linton, 
Painter, J.B. Repton, on Askew Hill, Wild Fl. Rept. Fields about Repton 
Rocks, Rept. F. d F. Waste gravelly place by road from Twyford to Findern. 


VALERIANEA. 
VALERIANA J. 


V. dioica L. Marsh Valerian. 


Native. E. Marshes, damp meadows. Frequent. P. May-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Via Gellia; near Bakewell, Painter, J.B. d) Natt. Wirksworth, Bindley. 
Ashwood Dale, C.D. 

Gl. Axe Edge, Green C.D. Charlesworth; Kinderscout, Fl. Ashton. 
R. Sett, south of Hayfield. 

G2. Tansley Moor, Stevens. Abney Clough; Froggatt; Umberley Brook, 
near Chatsworth. 

C. Newton Wood; Ault Hucknall. 

P. Markland Grips, The Naturalist. Scarcliffe Woods, Wuterfall. Harles- 
thorpe, near Clowne; near The Walls, Whitwell. 

Tl. Marshy fields near Bradley Brook; Shirley. Siddals, Derby, 
Pilkington. 

T2. Breadsall, Hassé, C.D. Morley, Painter, J.B. 

T3. Dimminsdale, Calke, Purchas, J.B. Repton Rocks, Gibbs, Milton, 
Hagger, C.D. Drakelow, Painter, J.B. Between Repton and Twyford, Weld 
Fl. Rept. 


174 VALERIANES. 


V. Mikanii Syne. Valerian. JV. officinalis L. var, Mikanii (Wats.). 


Native. B. Limestone dales, woods, hedge-banks. Frequent. P. June- 
Sept. 

First record, Dilleniws, 1724. “ Valeriana sylvestris major montana.” 
“Tn pascuis humidis juxta Balnewm Buaxtoniense agri Derbiensis, supra locum 
saxis et spinis horridum Ashwood dictum, D. Richardson.” 

L. Common in damp woods [Buxton] up to 350 yards, Baker, J.B. 
Frequent about Matlock, B. & N., J.B. Miller’s Dale, Rogers. Dovedale, 
Painter, J.B. Hope; Hartle Dale, Bradwell; Conies Dale, Peak Forest; 
Ashford. 

G1. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers. Fairbrook Clough, near the Snake Inn; 
Ashopton ; Edale ; Hood Brook, Hathersage. 

G2. Abney Clough; Froggatt; Belper; near the Derwent, above Allestree. 
Duffield, Pilkington (V. officinalis). 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Millhouses; Beauchief, The Naturalist 
(V. officinalis). Wood near Smalley; Mosbrough; West Hallam; New Stanton. 

P. Markland Grips, The Naturalist. 

Nile Kedleston Park; canal-side below Osmaston; Shirley; Trusley; 
‘Cubley ; near the Dove, Sudbury. 

T2. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. Near Trent Station. 

T3. Drakelow, Hb. Mason! Burton-on-Trent, Harris, C.D. 


V. sambucifolia Willd. Cat’s Valerian, Altheal. 


Native. B. Wet places, river-sides, avoiding limestone, and mostly at 
lower levels than the preceding. Local. P. June-Aug. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1868. 

L. Bradwell, Painter, Natt. 

Gl. Near Low Leighton, New Mills; Cadster Brook, Chinley, a form 
departing from V. sambucifolia towards V. Mikanii. 

G2. By Bar Brook and Blake Brook, above Baslow. 

C. Walton Wood; wood below Hallcliff Farm, Nether Loads; Hardwick, 
Hardwick Wood; Horsley Gate; mill pond N.E. of Fritchley, 

T1, Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Hoon; Church Broughton; Barton Blount ; 
Meynell Langley. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe d& Whittaker. 

T3. Woody places, Calke, Purchas, J.B. Near Burton Bridge, N.H. Tutb. 
Repton, Painter, Nat', Anchor Church, Bindley. 


*Centranthus ruber DC. Red Valerian, 


Casual ; escape. 
L. Rocks near Litton Mill, Tideswell, Swnderland, C.D. Saxton’s Bath,! 


Matlock, Watson’s N.B.G. 


. 


VALERIANER. 175 


VALERIANELLA Wench. 


V. olitoria Poll. Corn Salad. Lamb’s Lettuce. 

Native. B. Cultivated land, banks, limestone rocks. Not uncommon. A. 
May-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Valeriana locusta. 

L. Wormhill, 400 yards, West, J.B. Lathkil Dale, The Naturalist. 
Matlock Bath, Painter, J.B. Buxton, Buxton Guide. Youlgreave, Gibbs. 
Litton; Miller’s Dale. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Tapton, Drabble. Killamarsh. 

Tl. About Clifton Station, Miss Sandford. Mickleover, Bindley. North 
of Ednaston Lodge in fields towards Bradley; near Spread Eagle Inn, Findern. 

T2. Breadsall, rare, Whittaker, Phyt. Morley, Painter, J.B. 

T3. Stanton-by-Bridge, Purchas, J.B. Stapenhill, Hb. Mason! Cauldwell, 
Painter, J.B. Newton, Wild Fl. Rept. Calke, Bloxam. 


*V. eriocarpa Desv. Casual. 
L. Dovedale, Watson’s N.B.G. Suppt., 1837. 


V. carinata Loise/. 

Native. E. Limestone rocks. Rare. A. June-July. 

First record, Phyt. N.S., 1858. 

L. Dovedale, Smith MSS. ‘To all appearance as wild as anything else 
on the limestone rocks of Derbyshire and North Staffordshire, not indeed 
occurring so frequently or so plentifully as V. olitarvia, but nevertheless in 
stations far enough from cultivation,” Purchas, J.B., 1894. Deep Dale and 
other stations near Buxton, B.LZ. Rec., 1873, 21. Castleton, Phyt. ii., 482. 
Cromford, Hb. Mason! In two spots in Ravensdale, growing on the limestone 
crags in company with V. olitoria, Ley, B.E.C. Rep., 1877. Miller’s Dale; 
Litton ; abundant on Brassington Rocks; Great Rocks Dale. 


V. rimogsa Bast. V. Awricula DC. 
Colonist. EB. Cultivated land. Rare. A. July. 
First record, Crewe d: Whittaker, 1864. 
L. Monsal Dale, Smith MSS. Dovedale, Nowe7s. 
T2. Ockbrook ; Locko Park, Smith MSS. Breadsall, Crewe d: Whittaker. 


V. dentata Poll. 

Colonist. E. Cultivated land. Frequent. A. June-Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Miller’s Dale, West, J.B. Matlock, Stevens. 

G1. Between Upper and Nether Hurst, Bamford. 

C. Tapton, Drabble. Fritchley; Barlow Lees; near Codnor Park Station ; 
Killamarsh ; near Hardwick Wood; fields near Linacre House. 

P: Elmton; Whitwell. 

Tl. Hulland; fields between Yeldersley and Ednaston Lodge. 


176 VALERIANE®. DIPSACEE. 


T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. WHopwell Hall, near Risley, Watson’s 
B.B.G. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. Morley, Painter, J.B. 

T3. Fields on the west side of Calke Park, very abundantly; in a field 
near Archer’s Pool, White Hollows, Pwrchas, J.B. Newhall, Gibbs. By Repton 
Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


DIPSACEZ. 
DIPSACUS 1. 


D. silvestris Huds. Teascl. 

Native. E. MRoadsides, fields, river-banks; Coal measures and Trias. 
Locally plentiful. B. July-Aug. 

First record, Withering, 1787. “I have not found it north of Derbyshire 
and Nottinghamshire.” Wood in With. 

C. Bank of R. Doe Leigh, Renishaw, Waterfall. 

Tl. Mickleover; Radbourn, Painter, Natt. Eaton Woods, Garner. 
Kedleston ; Thurvaston, Glover. Markeaton; very frequent for several miles 
round the town of Derby, Pélkington (D. fullonwm, by which he means D. 
silvestris, as he calls his plant ‘‘ Wild Teasel” and speaks of it as being 
“cultivated in some parts of England”). 

T2. Ockbrook, Hassé, C.D. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Chaddesden, 
Painter, J.B. Spondon, Glover. By the Hrewash, north of Long Eaton. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Burton, Hb. Mason! Swarkeston Bridge, 
Painter, J.B. Ticknall Quarry, Rept. fF. d #. Near Anchor Church, Wild Fl. 
Rept. Egginton, by the brook and by R. Dove. 


D. pilosus LZ. Small Teasel. Shepherd's Rod. 

Native. EG. Woods, hedge-banks, roadsides. Local and rare, B. July- 
Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Cromford Valley, plentiful, B. d N., J.B. Via Gellia, Painter, J.B. 
Foot of High Tor, Matlock Bath, Hb. Mason! Dovedale, Macefield, C.D. 
Between Tideswell Dale and Miller’s Dale, 280 yards. 

Tl. Between Ednaston and Hollington, Goodall. Eaton Woods, Garner. 

T2. Betwixt Derby and Spondon, Pelkington. 

T3. Repton Shrubs, Gibbs. Near Bretby Mill, Rept. F. d I. Repton to 
Newton, Wald Fl. Rept. 


to 


SCABIOSA J. 


S. succisa L. Devil’s Bit Scabious. 

Native. B. Damp pastures, heaths, waysides. Frequent. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Monsal Dale, Rogers. Miller’s Dale; Wormhill; Dovedale; Bradwell, 
Painter, J.B., & Natt, Matlock Bath; Bonsall; Slaley, Rowland, C.D. Tadding- 
ton; Conies Dale, Peak Forest; Brough. 


DIPSACER. COMPOSITA. 177 


G1. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers. Frequent up to 400 yards [Buxton], 
Baker, JB. Mills, near Mellor; near the Snake Inn; Edale; Hood Brook, 
Hathersage. 

G2. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Abney; Froggatt; Curbar. 

C, About Renishaw, Waterfall. Norton, Painter, Natt. Woods N.E. of 
Coal Aston; Barlborough Low Common; Unstone; Hardwick Wood; Linacre 
Wood; Walton Wood; near Stubbing Court. 

Tl. Mickleover, Gibbs. Shirley; Longford, occasionally with white or 
pale flowers. 

T2. SBreadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Ockbrook, Painter, J.B. Wilsthorpe, 
near Long Eaton. 

T3. Calke; fields, rather scarce, Purchas, J.B. Gresley, Painter, J.B. 
Repton Shrubs, Rept. F. d F. Parson’s Hills, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. A plant 
occurred in Dovedale just intermediate between this and the next species, both 
species growing plentifully at the place. 


S. Columbaria LZ. Small Field Scabious. 

Native. E. Banks, pastures, especially on limestone. Locally abundant. 
P. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. One of the commonest plants of the limestone cliffs up to 400 yards, 
Baker, J.B. Wormhill, West, J.B. Matlock Bath; Slaley ; Bonsall, Rowland, 
C.D. Dovedale; Hartington, Painter, J.B. d Natt. Castleton, The Naturalist. 
Brassington Rocks, Gibbs. Bakewell; Middleton Dale, Hb. Salt. Bradwell; 
Bee Low, Peak Forest. 

G2. Duffield to Allestree, Gisborne. Wirksworth; near Great Hucklow; 
Burbage Brook. 

C. Horsley Castle, Glover. 

P. Markland Grips, The Naturalist. Bolsover; Elmton; Whitebrick Moor, 
Whitwell. 

T3. Willington Junction, Rept. F. d F. Probably casual. 


S. arvensis L. Field Scabious. Knautia arvensis Coult. 
Native. B. Roadsides, hedge-banks, fields. Frequent. P. June-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Generally distributed, though nowhere very plentiful. ‘“‘Common up to 
400 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


COMPOSITA. 
EUPATORIUM J. 


EH. cannabinum L. Hemp Agrimony. 

Native. BE. Ditches, riversides, woods. Frequent, but rather local. P. 
Aug.-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

N 


178 COMPOSIT®. 


L. Woods about Matlock up to 300 yards, B. ¢ N., J.B. Wye Valley, 
up to 250 yards, Baker, J.B. Ashwood Dale, Green, C.D. Bakewell, West, J.B. 
Lathkil Dale, Rowland, C.D. Monsal Dale; Dovedale, C.D. Dean Hollow, near 
Cromford, Gibbs. Haddon, Painter, Natt. 

G2. Near the Cromford Canal, Rogers. Near the Derwent, above Allestree ; 
Rowsley ; Handley wood, Shottle. Duffield, Pzlkington. 

C. Newton Wood; Ault Hucknall. 

P. Steetley, Painter, Natt. Cresswell, The Naturalist. Near the Walls, 
Whitwell; Whaley Mill; Markland Grips; Nether Langwith. 

Tl. Near Boylestone, Gibbs. Mugginton, Painter, Natt. By Bradley Brook ; 
canal-side below Osmaston. By Markeaton Brook, Glover. 

T2. Banks of R. Derwent, Breadsall, Crewe d& Whittaker. Canal-side 
near Spondon; Sandiacre, by canal; Sawley. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Repton Rocks, Gibbs. Brook between Milton 
and Foremark, Wild Fl. Rept. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. 


SOLIDAGO LZ. 


S. Virgaurea Ll. (olden Rod. 

Native. B. Woodland, hedge-banks, heaths. Frequent. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Miller’s Dale; between Miller’s and Monsal Dales, Rogers. Via Gellia, 
Purchas, J.B. Woods about Buxton; woods about Matlock, C.D. Cressbrook 
Dale; Great Rocks Dale. 

Gl. Cliffs up to 450 yards in Goyt’s Clough, Baker, J.B. Stirrup Wood, 
Fl. Ashton. Near the Snake Inn; Back Tor, Edale; Upper Hurst Brook, 
Bamford; New Mills. 

G2. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Rowtor Rocks, Purchas. Abney Clough; Froggatt; 
below Mytham Bridge; Grindleford bridge. 

C. Beauchief; Totley, The Naturalist. Breadsall Moor, Crewe & Whittaker, 
Holmesfield, Painter, Natt. Dale, Hassé, C.D. Sheepbridge; Walton Wood. 

P. Cresswell Crags, Waterfall, C.D. Markland Grips. 

T3. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Gresley, Painter, J.B. 

Var. cambrica Huds. 
L. Topley Pike, Green, O.D., t. Baker, J.B. 


BELLIS J. 


B. perennis L. Daisy. 

Native. .B. Pastures, fields, waysides, lawns. Very common. P. March- 
Nov. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

“Common up to 600 yards,” Baker, J.B. A form without ray florets was 
found at Markland Grips (P.) by Mr. Gibbs, Natt., 1900, 50. 


COMPOSITA. 179 


ERIGERON 1. 

EH. acre L. Blue Fleabane. 

Native. E. Gravelly places, railway banks, lime quarries. Local and rare. 
P. July-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

P. Clowne; Cresswell Crags. 

Tl. Norbury, Smith MSS. Lime quarries, Snelston Common; probably 
the same locality. 

T3. Ticknall Quarry, Rept. F. d F. Calke, Bloxam. 


FILAGO /. 


F. germanica L. Cudweed. 

Native. B. Arable land, waste ground. Rare. A. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Gnaphaliwm germanicum. 

L. Tideswell, Painter, Natt. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Roads about Coxbench, Pilkington. 

P. Markland Grips, The Naturalist. Langwith Junction. 

Tl. Shirley, lane-to Wormsey. Betwixt Derby and Osmaston, Pilkington. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe d& Whittaker. 

T3. Fields and dry banks about Calke, Purchas, J.B. Repton, Hagger, 
C.D. Near Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


F. minima /*. 
Native. B. Dry gravelly places and fields. Rare and local. A. June- 
Aug. 
First record, Withering, 1787? Glover, 1829. 
Tl. Gravelly heath by large pond close to the railway below Findern. 
T3. Field near Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


{F. gallica L. 
Casual? most probably the preceding was mistaken for this. 
Heaths, Derbyshire, Withering, 1787. ] 


ANTENNARIA Gertn. 


A. dioica R. Br. Mountain Cudweed. Catsfoot. Gnaphaliwn dioiewn L. 
Native. SB. Moors, mountain pastures. Local and rare. P. June-Aug. 
First record, Gisborne, 1790-95 ; also Bot. Guide, 1805. 

L. At Arbor Low, between Buxton and Ashbourne, Puvton. Between 
Monyash and Newhaven, Gisborne (possibly the same locality as the preceding). 
Diamond Valley, Buxton, Green, C.D. Fin Hill, Brushfield [Taddington], 
Watson’s N.B.G. 

Gl. Glossop, West, J.B. Axe Edge, Painter, J.B.! Hills between Hay- 
field and Kinderscout, Bot. Guide. 

G2. Hillside behind Baslow, Gem of the Peak. 


180 COMPOSITA. 
GNAPHALIUM J. 


G. uliginosum L. Marsh Cudweed. 

Native. B. Damp roadsides, arable land, waste ground. Frequent. A. 
June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Fairfield Common, Buxton, 400 yards, Baker, J.B. 

Gl. By the brook, below Rowarth ; Bamford. 

G2. Whatstandwell, B. d N., J.B. Below Hathersage; Baslow; Chats- 
worth; Kelstedge. 

C. The Hague, Renishaw, Waterfall. Morley Moor, Painter, J.B. Tapton, 
Drabble. By the large pool east of Killamarsh; Dronfield; Birleyhay; by 
Barlow Brook ; Wingerworth; Shirland; Dale. 

P, Whitwell Wood. 

Tl. Mickleover; Long Lane, Painter, Natt. Burnaston, Bindley. Sudbury ; 
Cubley ; Barton Park; Church Broughton; Shirley. Allestree, Pilkington. 

T2. Elvaston; Locko, Hassé, C.D. Breadsall, Crewe d: Whittaker. 
Chellaston, Painter, J.B. Long Eaton. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Repton Shrubs, Gibbs. About Burton- 
on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Egginton Common. 


G. silvaticum LZ. Heath Cudweed. 

Native. B. Heathland, pastures, waysides. Rather rare and local. P. 
July-Sept. 

First record, Whittaker, Phyt., 1847. 

L. Newhaven, Painter, J.B. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood, Charlesworth, Hannan, C.D. Combes Moss, Green, C.D. 

G2. Abney. 

C. Roadside, Breadsall Moor, Whittaker, Phyt. Brackenfield Green; 
abundant in open ground, Parkhall Woods. 

P. Whitwell Wood. . 

T1. Mickleover; Mugginton, Painter, Natt. By Bradley Wood; sandy 
ground, Edlaston Coppy ; Breward’s Car, near Windley; Cross o’ th’ Hands, 
near Hulland Ward. 

T3. Repton Rocks, N. H. Tutb. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


INULA J, 


I. Conyza DC. Ploughman’s Spikenard. 

Native. E. Banks, roadsides, on limestone. Local. P. Aug.-Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. Conyza squarrosa, 

L. Miller’s Dale, 250 yards, Baker, J.B. Via Gellia; Matlock Tor, B. dé N., 
J.B. Monsal Dale; near Cressbrook Dale, C.D. Taddington Dale. 

P. Steetley, Painter, Natt. Markland Grips; Cresswell Crags. 


COMPOSITA. 181 


PULICARIA Guwertn. 


P. dysenterica Gavin. Flea-bane. 

Native. E. Damp roadsides, marshy parts of pastures. Not uncommon. 
P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Wye Valley, up to 250 yards at Chee Tor, Baker, J.B. Matlock Bath; 
Thorpe, Rowland, C.D. Tissington, B. d N., J.B. About the upper part of 
Dovedale, Purchas. 

Gl. About Bugsworth, Rogers. Chapel Reservoir; Hague Bar, New 
Mills; Rowarth ; fields west of Grindsbrook, Edale; Derwent Dale. 

G2, Whatstandwell, B. dd N., J.B. Near Rowsley, Rogers. Milltown, 
Drabble. Near Hathersage ; Holbrook; Crich Common. 

C. Renishaw Canal, Waterfall, C.D. Near~- Holmesfield, The Naturalist. 
Coal Aston; east of Totley; Denby; Sutton; Hardwick and Walton Woods ; 
Barlborough ; New Stanton. Pinxton, P2lkington. 

P. Markland Grips, The Naturalist. Harlesthorpe, near Clowne ; Bolsover ; 
Elmton; Langwith Wood. 

Tl. Common about Derby, C.D. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Mackworth ; 
canal-side below Osmaston; Cubley Common; Snelston; Nether Biggin, 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Canal-side near Trent Lock; Sandiacre. 

T3. Damp places by roadsides, Calke, Purchas, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. 
Rept. 


BIDENS J. 


B. cernua /. Nodding Bur Marigold. 

Native. EB. By canals, slow streams, ponds. Local. A. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

G2. Brook at Little Haton, Pilkington. 

C. Renishaw Canal. 

Tl. Kedleston, Bindley. Wyaston; Tinker’s Inn, Osmaston-by-Ashbourne ; 
over 500 feet between Yeaveley and Cubley. 

T2. Banks of the Lake, Locko Park; Morley, Crewe d: Whittaker. Canal 
near Allenton; by the Trent, near Sawley. 

T3. Ponds at Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby Ponds, Gibbs. Brook-end, 
Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Crewe’s Pond, Rept. F. d F. 


B. tripartita LZ. Water Hemp. 

Native. EB. Poolsides, canals. Local. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Gl. Plentiful at Chapel Reservoir. 

C. Renishaw Canal, Waterfall, C.D. Large Pool, east of Killamarsh; 
Loscoe ; Great Pond, Wingerworth; New Stanton. 

Tl. Canal below Osmaston; Barton Blount. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe & Whittaker. Sandiacre; canal near Allenton. 

T3. Pond below the Mill at Calke, Bloram. Twyford, Hagger, C.D. 
Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Brook-end, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


182 COMPOSITE. 


ACHILLEA /. 
A. Millefolium £. Yarrow. Milfoil. 
Native. B. MRoadsides, pastures, heaths. Common. P. June-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Generally distributed. ‘‘Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. With 
bright pink flowers at Bradley and at Mammerton, Longford (T1). 


*A. tanacetifolia 4//. 
Alien. 
L. Matlock, Crewe cd Whittaker. 


G2. On Cromford Moor, July 21, 1848, by Mr. Thos. Hardy, Ann. Nat. 
Hist., 1847. 


*A. decolorans Schrad. A, serrata B.B. 
Alien. Neighbourhood of Matlock, Phyt., 1861, 383. ‘Fine A. serrata 
seen in garden at Matlock Bath,” B. d N., J.B. 


A. Ptarmica L. Sneczewort. 

Native. B. Marshes, stream-sides, roadsides. Frequent. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Goose-tongue. Bastard Pellitory. 

L. Winster; Cromford, Milnes, C.D. Matlock, Stevens. Near Buxton, 
Jewitt. 

Gl. Goyt’s Clough, 450 yards, Baker, J.B. Fernilee; Chapel-en-le-Frith, 
Barker. Glossop; Tarden, near Mellor; Edale. 

G2. Lumsdale, B. ¢ N., J.B. Darley Moor, Carr. Crich, Milnes, C.D. 
Froggatt; east of Bradwell; below Hathersage. Between Duffield and Coxbench, 
Pilkington. 

C. The Hague, Renishaw, Waterfall. Millhouses, The Naturalist. Norton, 
Painter, Natt. Barlborough Low Common; Mosbrough; canal near Shipley 
Gate; pool east of Killamarsh; Wingerworth; Pebley Pond; Dale; New 
Stanton. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. By Bradley Brook; Cubley Common ; 
Church Broughton; Barton Park. In a moist close by Radbourn Common, 
Pilkington. 

T2. Ockbrook; Locko Park; Spondon Fields, Smith MSS. Breadsall, 
Crewe & Whittaker. Sandiacre. 

T3. Near Calke, Purchas, J.B. Gresley; Willington, Painter, J.B. 
Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. Drakelow. 


“A. tinctoria /. 
Casual. 
C. The Hague, Renishaw, Waterfall. 


A. Cotula LZ. Stinking May-weed. 


Colonist. EB. Arable land, waste places, roadsides. Rare. <A. June- 
Sept. 


First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
L. Miller’s Dale, 250 yards, Rogers, J.B. 


COMPOSITA. 183 


Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Whitehead, C.D. 
G2. Baslow, Linton. 

C. Pinxton; Holbrook Field, Pilkington. 
P. Hlmton. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter. Natt. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe d: Whittaker. 

T3. Cornfields about Calke, Purchas, J.B. 


A. arvensis L. Corn Chamomile, 
Colonist. EB. Arable land. Rare. A. June-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
L. Roadside, Miller’s Dale, 250 yards, Baker, J.B. 
C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. 
P. Between Pleasley and Rowthorne. 
Tl. Yeldersley; Bradley. 
T2. Breadsall, Crewe d:} Whittaker. 
T3. Newhall, N.H. Tutb. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


A. nobilis ZL. Chamomile. 
Native. E. Heaths, commons. Rare. P. July-Sept. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
G2. Tansley Moor, Milnes, C.D. 
C. Morley Moor, Painter, J.B. 
T2. Ockbrook, Painter, J.B. 
T3. Linton, N.H. Twtb. 


CHRYSANTHEMUM 1. 

C. segetum LZ. Corn Marigold. 

Colonist. B. Arable land. Abundant in crops, at lower levels. A. June- 
Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

C. Horsley; Near Dale, Hassé, C.D. About Eckington, Waterfall. S. 
Normanton, Pilkington. Beighton. 

P. Houghton. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Nat; Ravensdale Park, Mugginton; Shirley. 
Allestree, Pilkington. 

T2. Near Breadsall, Smith MSS. Morley, Hassé, C.D. Normanton, 
Painter, J.B. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Near Egginton, Rept. F. d F. Drakelow ; Swarkes- 
ton, Painter, J.B. d Natt. Repton; Milton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


C. Leucanthemum JL. Oxv-eye Daisy. Moon-daisy. 

Native. b. Fields, waysides, banks. Common. P. May-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

“Common up to 450 yards in Goyt’s Clough,” Baker, J.B. ‘“ A form with 
many heads to a stem, and more deeply cut leaves,’ Whatstandwell, B. & N., 
J.B. “In crevices of the limestone rocks, as well as frequent in grassy places, 
Dovedale,” Purchas, J.B. 


184 COMPOSIT#. 


*C, Parthenium Pers. Feverfew. Matricaria Parthenium a. 


Denizen. BE. Banks, waste places, walls. Not common. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Dovedale; Matlock; quarry at Tideswell, an escape, Baker, J.B., and 
B. & N., J.B. Miller’s Dale, Purchas. Middleton Dale, Pilkington. 

Gl. Mellor, Fl. Ashton. Chapel Reservoir. 

G2. Bramley, Hassop, Painter, J.B. Ashover Hay. 

C. Duckmanton, Waterfall. Wingfield, Drabble. Stanton-by-Dale, Hassé, 
C.D. Unthank; Walton. 

Tl. S. of Dalbury, an escape; Boylestone. Mackworth, Pilkington. 

T2. Morley, Hassé, C.D. Breadsall, Crewe d& Whittaker. Long Eaton. 

T3. Newton Solney ; Swarkeston, Painter, J.B. On an old wall at Tick- 
nall, Purchas, J.B. Anchor Church, Wild Fl. Rept. 


MATRICARIA J. 
M. inodora L. 


Native. B. Arable land, waste ground, roadsides. Frequent. A. June- 
Oct. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Chamomile Goldins. 

L. Matlock; cultivated ground up to 300 yards, B. d: N., J.B. 

Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers. Bamford Station. 

G2. Baslow, Painter, J.B. Rowsley, Rogers. Kelstedge. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Marehay, near Ripley; Beighton; Hck- 
ington; near Linacre House, Brampton. 

Tl. Etwall, Hb. Mason! Norbury, Purchas. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. 
Shirley ; Sudbury; Doveridge Woodhouse. 

T2. Breadsall, &c., Crewe & Whittaker. Morley, Painter, J.B. Risley 
Park ; Long Eaton. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Burton-on-Trent; Swarkeston, Painter, J.B. & 
Natt. Between Repton and Milton, Wild Fl. Rept. Egginton Common. 


M. Chamomilla Z. Wild Chamomile. 


Colonist or Native? EH. Arable land, waysides.° Frequent. A. July- 
Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

G2. Ambergate, Milnes, C.D. 

C. Near Norton, The Naturalist. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Chester- 
field, Milnes, C.D. Killamarsh; Kirk Hallam. Brampton, Pilkington. 

P. Whitwell, near the Walls. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Allestree; Mammerton, Longford; Church 
Broughton ; Marston-on-Dovye; Scropton; near Findern. 

T2. Near Trent Station; Long Eaton; Great Wilne. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Drakelow, Hb. Mason! Repton, Rept. F. & F. 


COMPOSITH. 185 


*M. discoidea DC. 


Casual. Waste ground about villages, roadsides. An American species, now 
widely spread in Great Britain. 

G1. By Barber Booth, Edale, casually on waste ground (name given me 
by Mr. S. T. Dunn). 

Tl. About Hilton; near Cubley, B.H.C. Rep., 1897, 521, 

T3. Abundant in several places in and about Egginton, growing with M. 
Chamomilla, compared with which it is much shorter, and of a distinct and 
more bushy habit. 


TANACETUM J. 
T. vulgare Ll. Tmisy. 


Native. BE. Riverbanks, roadsides, waste places, Local. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Between Matlock Bath and Bonsall, Rowland, C.D. Banks of the R. 
Derwent, Matlock, B. and N., J.B. Via Gellia, Rogers. 

Gl. Near one of the sources of the Wye, below Nithing End, Jewitt. 
Whitehough, near Chinley; Edale; Hathersage. 

G2. By the Cromford Canal, Rogers. Ambergate, Gibbs. R. Derwent, 
near Little Eaton; N.W. of Kirk Ireton; Belper. 

C. Bank of R. Rother, near Renishaw, Waterfall. Beighton, The 
Naturalist. Eckington. Horsley Castle; Pinxton, Pilkington. Remarkably 
‘abundant in this division. 

Tl. Main road, Cubley; Eaton Wood; lime quarries, Snelston; Marston- 
on-Dove; Tutbury Station; Sudbury. Mackworth, Pilkington. 

T2. Breadsall, &., Crewe cd: Whittaker. Thrumpton Ferry; canalside 
near Chaddesden; Sawley; Great Wilne. j 

T3. Between Milton and Foremark, possibly an escape, Purchas, J.B. 
Anchor Rocks, Rept. F. d& F. Milton; Repton, Hagger, C.D. Egginton, 
Painter, J.B. Willington, Wild Fl. Rept. 


ARTEMISIA Jl. 
A. Absinthium Ll. Wormwood. 


Denizen. EB. Waste ground, roadsides. Rare. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. At nearly 350 yards, near a farmhouse, above Miller’s Dale Station, 
Rogers, J.B. 

G2, Banks of R. Derwent, Cromford, Milnes, C.D. Dethick, Pilkington. 

C. Horsley Castle, Pilkington. 

Tl. Mackworth; Mickleover, Pilkington, 

T2. Alvaston, Pilkington. 

T3. Egginton, Rept. F. ¢& F. 


186 COMPOSITA. 


A. vulgaris L. Mugwort. 

Native. b. Fields, hedges, waste ground. Frequent. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Buxton, very luxuriant at 350 yards, but only in gardens, Rogers, J.B. 
Frequent about Matlock, B. dé N., J.B. Ashwood Dale, Waterfall! Very scarce 
on the limestone, wholly absent from Dovedale and its immediate neighbourhood ; 
near Ashbourne, Purchas, J.B. Pin Dale, near Castleton; Hope; near Ashford ;. 
Stony Middleton. 

Gl. Dinting; New Mills; by L. & N. W. Station, Chapel-en-le-Frith. 

G2. Below Hathersage; Beeley ; near R. Derwent, above Allestree. 

C. Near Dore; by canal near Shipley Gate; Freebirch, Old Brampton. 

P. Cresswell, The Naturalist. Langwith. 

Tl. On the New Red Sandstone, east of Ashbourne, Purchas, J.B. 
Clifton, Smith MSS. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Shirley; Barton Blount ; 
about Tutbury Station. 

T2. Spondon Station, Smith MSS. Banks of canal and R. Derwent, 
Breadsall, Crewe & Whittaker. Canalside near Chaddesden; near Thrumpton 
Ferry; Sawley; Great Wilne. 

T3. Between Milton and Anchor Church, Wild Fl. Rept. Burton-on- 
Trent, Painter, J.B. 


TUSSILAGO J. 
T. Farfara L.  Coltsfoot. 


Native. B. Fields, banks, waste ground. Common. P. March-April. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Abundant everywhere. ‘‘Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


PETASITES J. 
*P, fragrans Pres/. 


Casual. P. March. 
T3. Near Burton-on-Trent, Hb. Mason! 


P. officinalis Wench. Butter-bur. P. vulgaris Dest. P. hybrida Hook., 
the female plant. 


Native. BE. Damp ground by streams or woods. Frequent. P. April- 
May. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Tussilago petasites. 

“Abundant in the Wye Valley up to Buxton, 800 yards,” Baker, J.B. 

Female plants common at Matlock Bath and in Miller’s and Chee Dales, 
Carr. 


COMPOSITA. 187 


DORONICUM J. 


*D. pardalianches L. Leopard’s Bane. 

Alien. Glover, 1829. 

L. Wormhill, West, C.D. About the old walls near Haddon Hall, Glover. 
Matlock Bath, Gem of the Peak. 

G2. Woods near Ashover, Bailey, B.L. Rec., 1881-2, 242. 


SENECIO /. 


S. vulgaris LZ. Groundsel. 
Native. B. Cultivated and waste ground. Very common. A. Jan.-Dec. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. Simson. 
‘An abundant weed up to 450 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


S. silvaticus JL. 

Native. B. Hedgebanks, heathland, wood borders; ‘avoids limestone,” 
Purchas. Not uncommon. A. July-Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

Gl. Ridge Hall, Chapel-en-le-Frith ; Bamford Station. 

G2. On coarse Millstone Grit about Birchover and Stanton, notably at 
Robin Hood’s Stride, Purchas, J.B. Firestone Hill, near Hazelwood. 

C. About Renishaw, scarce, Waterfall. Breadsall Moor, Crewe & 
Whittaker. Dronfield; Mosbrough; Salter Wood, near Ripley; West Hallam ; 
Brierley Wood, Unstone; Shirland; Dale. 

Tl. Mickleover; Findern, Painter, Natt. South of Atlow Ridge Lane; 
Yeaveley ; Cubley Common; by Allestree Park; Church Broughton; Hilton ; 
Little Derby. 

T2. Risley Park; roadside, Elvaston. 

T3. Melbourne, Purchas, J.B. Foremark Bottoms, Gibbs. Calke, Bloaam. 
Willington, Painter, J.B. Near Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. Egginton 
Common. 


*S. viscosus J. 

Casual. GB. Waste ground, railway banks. Rare. A. July-Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

C. Cotmanhay, Watson’s N.B.G. Colliery debris near Dronfield ; colliery 
line between West Hallam and Mapperley. 


S. erucifolius Z. 8. tenuifolius Jacq. 

Native. E. Banks, roadsides, wood borders. Frequent. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Roadside between Tissington and the Peveril Inn, Dovedale, B. & N., 
J.B. Buxton, Buxton Guide. Ashwood Dale, Waterfall. Matlock Bridge, 
Painter, J.B. Pin Dale, near Castleton. 

G1. Roadside near Higher Crossings, Chapel-en-le-Frith. 

G2. Great Longstone; between Hassop and Baslow ; Fallgate, Ashover. 


188 COMPOSIT2. 


C. Near Totley, on the Sheffield Road, Hb. Salt. Bank of Haythorne, be- 
tween Eckington and Staveley, Waterfall. Mapperley; Loscoe; Belmont, Old 
Brampton; Hucknall; Barlborough. 

P. Bolsover; Pleasley. 

Tl. Mickleover; Kirk Langley; Church Broughton, Gibbs. Wardley, 
near Marston Montgomery; Cubley Common; Slack Lane, Brailsford; Eaton 
Wood; Sudbury; Hoon, Allestree, Pilkington. 

T2. Sandiacre. 

T3. White Hollows, Ticknall; usually shows a preference for limestone, 


but there it grows on the yellow coal-measure clay soil, Purchas, J.B. Repton, 
Wild Fl. Rept. 


S. Jacobea L. Ragwort. 
Native. B. MRoadsides, fields, commons. Common. P. July-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Generally distributed. ‘“‘Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 
Var. flosculosus (Jord.) 
L. Via Gellia, Novwers. 


S. aquaticus Huds, 
Native. Bb. Ditch sides, marshes, meadows. Common. P. July-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Generally distributed. 


*S. saracenicus JL. 
Alien, Perhaps the remains of cultivation. 
G2, Near Chatsworth, Watson’s N.B.G. 
C. Between Chesterfield and Sheffield, Bot. Guide. 


CARLINA lL. 


C. vulgaris Z. Carline Thistle. 

Native. EB. Dry grassy slopes, especially on limestone. Local. B. July- 
Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789, 

L. Wormhill, 350 yards, West, J.B. Dovedale; Matlock Tor, B. dé N., J.B. 
Diamond Hill, Buxton, Rogers. Blackwell Dale, Painter, J.B. Long Dale; 
Brassington Rocks, Gibbs. Bonsall, Crewe d& Whittaker. Coomb’s Dale, near 
Calver; Longstone Edge; Dam Dale, Peak Forest. Middleton Dale, Pilkington. 

Gl. ‘400 yards at Burbage,” Baker, J.B. Axe Edge, Painter, J.B. 
Kinderscout, Fl. Ashton. 

G2. Roadside near Robin Hood’s Inn, east of Baslow; Ambergate. 

P.  Belph Moor, near Whitwell, and stone quarry, Whitebrick Moor; 
Steetley Quarry. 

Tl. Hillside by Old Cover, Mugginton. 

T3. Ticknall Quarry, Rept. F. & F. 


COMPOSIT. 189 


ARCTIUM J. 


A. majus Bernh. Burdock. Top. Bot. ‘‘ Kirk ms.” 
Native. E. Waste places, field borders. Very rare. B. Aug.-Sept. 
First record, Crewe d} Whittaker, 1864. 
Gl. Mellor, Fl. Ashton. 
T2. Breadsall, Crewe d: Whittaker. 
T3. Repton, Rept. F. & F. 


A. nemorosum Lej. Top. Bot. 240. 4. intermedium. Top. Bot. 239. 

Native. 2. Copses, wood borders, dales. Rare. B. July-Sept. 

First record, Hng. Bot. 3rd Ed., 1866. 

L. ‘Prof. Babington has seen what is apparently the same plant (nemo- 
rosum) from Hope in Derbyshire,” #.B. Lathkil Dale; Longstone Edge. 

Tl. Brick kiln Copse, by main road above Shirley. 
A. minus Bernh. Lesser Burdock. 

Native. B. Roadsides, woods, waste land. Frequent. B. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. A. Lappa. 

L. Miller’s Dale, up to 250 yards, Baker, J.B. Dovedale; Matlock, B. & 
N., J.B. Ashwood (300 yards) and Monsal Dale; The Winnatts, Castleton, 
C.D. Uathkil Dale, Searle, C.D. Ashford, 

Gl. Ashopton; near Yorkshire Bridge. 

G2. Strine’s Wood, Cromford, Builey, C.D. Abney; Calver; between 
Hassop and Baslow. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Barlborough Low Common and Barl- 
borough; Marehay, near Ripley. 

P. Palterton; Cresswell Crags; Langwith Wood. 

Tl. Littleover; Radbourn, Bindley. Cross o’ th’ Hands, Hulland Ward ; 


Sinfin Moor; Cubley Brook; Marston Montgomery; Sapperton; Etwall; 
Egginton Station. 


T2. Sandiacre. 


T3. Woods, Calke, Purchas, J.B. Burton, Hb. Mason. Repton (4. Lappa), 
Wild Fl. Rept. 


CARDUUS J. 


*C. tenuiflorus (wt. 
Casual ? 
Castleton, Hb. Salt, 1801. 


C. nutans L. Nodding Thistle. Musk Thistle. 

Native. E. Hedge-banks, waysides, field borders. Frequent. b. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Wormbhill, 400 yards, West, J.B. Diamond Hill; Monsal Dale to Miller’s 
Dale, Rogers. Matlock, Crewe d& Whittaker. Near Bradbourn, Purchas. The 
Winnatts, Castleton; Longstone Edge; Bradwell; Great Hucklow. 


G1. Common up to 500 yards [Buxton], Baker, J.B. Near Glossop, 
Buxton’s B.G. Fernilee, as a casual, Barker. Chinley. 


190 COMPOSITE. 


C. Breadsall Moor, Crewe d Whittaker. 
P. Cresswell; Markland Grips, Gibbs. Bolsover; Whitwell; Scarcliff Park 
Wood. 
Tl. Near Bradley Park; Shirley. 
T2. Thrumpton Ferry ; Sandiacre. 
T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Near Repton Shrubs, Gibbs. Drakelow, Hb. 
Mason! Near Milton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


C. crispus L. Welted Thistle. 

Native. BE. Hedges, roadsides, waste ground. Frequent. B. June-Oct. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Ascends to 400 yards above Castleton, Baker, J.B. Lover’s Leap, 
Buxton; Miller’s Dale to Monsal Dale; Haddon Hall, Rogers. Ashford; Pin 
Dale. 

G1. Edale to Hope, roadside, and about Hope. 

G2. Shatton; near Great Hucklow; near the Derwent, above Allestree; 
Ashover. 

C. Beighton; near Park Hall, Barlborough; Sutton Scarsdale. 

P. Bolsover. 

Tl. Etwall; Boylestone, Gibbs. Sudbury; Tutbury Station; Marston-on- 
Dove; Norbury; near Eaton Wood; Snelston Common; Ashbourne. 

T2. Near Trent Station and Thrumpton Ferry; about Sawley; Long 
Eaton. 

T3 Stapenhill, Gibbs. Near Milton, Wild Fl. Rept. Repton towards 
Willington, Rept. F. & F. Drakelow. 


Var. acanthoides LZ. Jewitt, 1811. 
L. Ashwood Dale; Castleton, Painter, J.B. & C.D. 
G2. Near the Derwent, above Allestree. 
Tl. Clifton, Smith MSS. 
T2. Weston Cliff, Hassé, C.D. 
T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. 


Hybrid. x nutans (Newbouldi H.C. Wats.). 
L. Cressbrook Dale, east side, Linton! Via Gellia, Drabble. 


CNICUS 1. 


C. lanceolatus Willd. Spear Thistle. 
Native. B. Fields, waysides, waste ground. Common. B. July-Novy. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Abundant everywhere. ‘Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


C. eriophorus Roth. Woolly-iicaded Thistle. Top Bot., ‘‘Howitt Cat.” 


Native. EG. Waste ground, hedge-banks, pastures, preferring limestone. 
Rare. B. July-Sept. 


First record, Bot. Gwide, 1805. 


COMPOSITA. 191 


L. Via Gellia; Cromford, Watson’s N.B.G. Thorpe, Bot. Guide. Buxton, 
Buxton Guide. About the zigzag walk at Matlock Bath, Sm. Eng. Fl. Coomhb’s 
Dale, near Calver; Hassop Mines, abundant. 

Gl. Dry pastures near Low Leighton, Bot. Guide. 

G2. Stanton Moor, Hassé, C.D. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. On one occasion near Drakelow, N.H. Tutb. 


C. palustris Willd. Marsh Thistle. 

Native. B. Marshy fields, damp woods, roadsides. Common. A. or B. 
June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Generally distributed and plentiful. ‘‘ Ascends up to 450 yards,” Rogers. 


C. pratensis Willd. 

Native. E. Marshy meadows. Local and rare. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. Also Buxton Guide, 1854. 

L. Buxton, Buxton Guide. 

Tl. Findern; Radbourn, Painter, Natt. Mickleover, Bindley. Ashbourne, 
Hb. Mason! 

T3. Low Meadows adjoining Willington Junction, fept. F.d: F. Willington, 
B.E.C. Rep., 1894, 452. 


C. heterophyllus Willd. Melancholy Thistle. 

Native. SH. Damp parts and woodland of limestone dales, rare elsewhere. 
Locally abundant. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Jewitt, 1811. Carduus helenioides. 

L. Monk’s Dale, 350 yards, West, J.B. Lover’s Leap, Buxton, Bailey, C.D. 
Diamond Hill, Rogers. Wormhill, Drabble. Taddington, Glover. Cressbrook 
Dale; Monsal Dale, C.D. Dovedale; Beresford Dale, Purchas, J.B. Brassington, 
Gibbs. At Burbage, mixed with Parnassia, Baker, J.B. Uathkil Dale; Grin 
Woods. 

G1. Corbar Wood, C.D. Cornfield near Combes Moss, Watson’s N.B.G. 
Malcoff, near Chapel-en-le-Frith, and at Slackhall. 


C. acaulis Willd. Dwarf Thistle. 
Native. EG. Dry pastures, only on limestone. Rare. P. July-Sept. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
L. Wolfscote Hill, Miss A. Purchas. 
P. Cresswell, The Naturalist. Elmton; Markland Grips. 
C. arvensis Hoffn. Common Thistle. 
Native. B. Fields, roadsides, waste ground. Verycommon. P. July-Sept, 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
‘Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


ONOPORDON 1. 


O. Acanthium LZ. Cotton Thistle. Argentine. 
Denizen. E. Waste ground, roadsides. Very rare. B. July-Sept. 


192 COMPOSITA. 


First record, Glover, 1829. 
Tl. Bentley Hall, near Cubley, Goodall. 
T3. Repton, on the Burton Road, Wild Fl. Rept. 


MARIANA Hil’. 


M. lactea Hill. Milk Thistle. Silybun Marianun Geertn. Carduus Marianus L, 
Denizen. Waste ground, roadsides. Very rare. B. June-July. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
Tl. Mickleover, on cultivated ground, Painter, Natt. 
T3, Near Repton, Hagger, C.D. Walton, N.H. Tutb. 


SERRATULA JZ. 


S. tinctoria LZ. Saw-wort. 

Native. E. Woods, copses, waysides, railway banks. Locally plentiful, 
P. July-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Monk’s Dale, 350 yards; Matlock, West, J.B. Miller’s Dale, Rogers, | 
J.B, Buxton, Painter, J.B. Bakewell, Milnes, C.D. Near Grange Mill; 
Brassington Rocks; bank between Scow Brook and Kirk Ireton, 

C. Hedge near Norton Lees, Hb. Salt. Hasland ; Calow, Drabble. Horsley 
Gate; south of Coal Aston; east of Totley ; Fritchley. 

P. Harlesthorpe, near Clowne. 

Tl. SBurnaston, Painter, Natt, Peathays, Shirley; Yeldersley Rough ; 
near the Spread HKagle Inn, Findern; Mickleover, 

T2. Breadsall, rare, Whittaker, Phyt. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. 

T3. Repton Shrubs, Painter, J.B. Etwall Road, Repton, Hagger, O.D. 


Var. monticola (Bor.). 
L. Ashwood Dale, Waterfall. 
C. At Parkhall Woods, Renishaw, with the type, Waterfall. 


CENTAUREA J. 


*C. Jacea L. Black Knapweed. 
Casual. 
C. Pinxton, Pilkington, 1789. 


C. nigra L. Knapweed. Hardhead. 

Native. B. Fields, roadsides, banks. Common. P. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Hardirons. 

Abundant everywhere. “Common up to 450 yards in Goyt’s Clough,” 
Baker, J.B. “A form approximating towards C. decipiens is found in dry 
places near Matlock,” B. & N., J.B. 


Var. decipiens (Thuill,) H. nigrescens Fab. 
T3, The Royle Farm, Cauldwell, N.H. Tutb. 


COMPOSITA. 193 


C. Scabiosa L. Great Knapweed. Matfellon. 


Native. BE. Banks, hedgesides, arable land. Somewhat local. P. July- 
Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L, Common up to 350 yards, Baker, J.B. Ashwood Dale; Topley Pike; 
Cressbrook Dale; Dovedale, Painter, J.B. Wormhill; Matlock, West, J.B. 
Brassington Rocks, white flowered, Purchas, J.B. Hartington, Bindley. Dale 
Head, near Wheston. 

G2. Great Longstone. 

C. Barlborough. 

P. Bolsover; Clowne; Cresswell Craggs; Upper Langwith. Pleasley, 
Pilkington. 

Ti. Hulland; lane north of Edlaston Lodge. 

T2. Morley, Crewe & Whittaker. 

T3. Ticknall Quarry, Purchas, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


C. Cyanus L. Bluebottle. Cornflower. 


Colonist. B. Cornfields, waste ground. Not common. A. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Grange Mill, Rowland, C.D. 

G1, Field near Bamford, perhaps casual, Gibbs. 

C. Intake, The Hague, Renishaw, Waterfall. Ferriby Brook, Morley, 
Crewe & Whittaker. 

Tl. Fields at Wyaston and Darley Moor, Miss Sandford. Fields adjoining 
Yeldersley Lane. 

T2,. Breadsall, cornfields, Crewe d& Whittaker. Spondon, Pilkington. 

T3. Calke, Blovam. Brizlincote, N.H. Tutb. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


CICHORIUM 1. 


C. Intybus L. Chicory. Wild Suceory. 


Denizen. E. Fields, waste places, roadsides. Local and rare. P. July- 
Sept, 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

C. Spital, Chesterfield, Drabble. 

P. Clowne, Pilkington. 

Tl. Clover fields [Osmaston-by-Ashbourne neighbourhood], Smith MSS. 
Fields above Shirley Vicarage. 

T2. Near Hopwell Hall, Smith MSS. Breadsall, very rare, Whittaker, 
Phyt. Sawley, a single plant found, Atkinson, C.D. In the road leading to 
Swarkeston Bridge, Glover. 

T3. At the Dimminsdale Lime-yard, Calke, evidently a casual, Purchas, 
J.B. Breach Farm, Cauldwell, N.H. Tutb. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Only once 
found, Hagger, C.D. 


Oo 


Los COMPOSIT. 


LAPSANA 1. 


L. communis L. Nipplewort. 


Native. B. Hedge-banks, waysides, waste ground. Common. A. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Generally distributed. ‘‘ Frequent up to 400 yards over Castleton,” Baker, 
J.B. 


PICRIS JZ. 


P. hieracioides LZ. Hawkweed Ox-tongue. 


Native. E. Waysides, hedge-banks, waste ground; especially on limestone 
and dry soils. Local. P. June-Oct. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Ashwood Dale; Taddington Wood, 200-300 yards, Baker, J.B. Miller’s 
Dale, Cressbrook Dale; Dovedale, Painter, J.B. Matlock, frequent, B. d N., 
J.B. Brassington Rocks, Gibbs. Ashford to Fin Cop; between Sandybrook and 
Thorpe. 

G2. Fallgate, Ashover. 

C. Press; Barlborough. 

P. Langwith, Drabble. Bolsover; Palterton. 

T2. Chellaston, Painter, Natt. Near Ockbrook, Hassé, C.D, Breadsall, 
Crewe d&: Whittaker. Sandiacre. 

T8. Near the Ashby Lodge, Calke, Purchas, J.B. Stapenhill, N.A. Tutb. 
Newton Solney, Painter, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


P, echioides L. Ox-tongue. Helminthia echioides Geertn. 


Native. E, Hedges, field borders, waysides. Local and rare. B. July- 
Sept. 

First record, Whittaker, 1847. 

L. Near Winster, Milnes, C.D. 

T2. Roadside near the windmills at Chellaston, Purchas. Breadsall, 
Whittaker, Phyt. 

T3. Between Stapenhill and Cauldwell, N.H. Tutb. Repton, Wild Fl. 
Rept. 


CREHPIS J. 


C. taraxacifolia Zhwill. 


Colonist. G. Cultivated land. Rare. A. or B. June-Aug. 

First record, Crewe d Whittaker, 1864. 

L. Matlock, Crewe d& Whittaker. 

Tl. Burnaston, Bindley. Fields adjoining Yeldersley Lane ; fields between 
Bradley Smithy and Bradley Park. 

T2. Fields at Shardlow. 


COMPOSITA. 195 


C. virens Ll. Hawk's Beard. 

Native. B. Fields, banks, waste places, waysides. Common. A. or B. 
June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. C. tectorwm. 

Generally distributed. ‘‘Common up to 450 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


*C. niczensis Palb. 
Casual. Occasionally in fields, or on banks. 
C. Railway bank of the Great Central, Renishaw. 
Tl. Fields adjoining Yeldersley Lane, B.H.C. Rep., 1889, 263. 


C. biennis L. 
Colonist or Casual. G. Fields, banks. Rare. B. July-Aug. 


First record, Buxton Guide, 1854, 

L. Buxton, Buxton Guide. 

G1, Barmoor Clough, Barrow. 

C. Railway banks of the Great Central, Renishaw. 

Tl. Burnaston, Painter, Natt. Fields adjoining Yeldersley Lane. 
T2. Breadsall, Crewe d} Whittaker. 


C. paludosa Mench. Marsh Hawk’s Beard. 

Native. SH. Marshy places, moist copses, brook banks. Rather rare and 
local. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Bot. Guide, 1805. Hieracitwm paludosum. 

L. Wye Valley up to Buxton, 300 yards, Baker, J.B. Grin Plantation, 
Buxton, over 350 yards, Rogers. Meadows near the town of Castleton, Bot. 
Guide. 

Gl. Near the source of the Dove, and I think on the Derbyshire side of 
the stream, but ceasing when the limestone is reached, Purchas, J.B. Stirrup 
Wood, Fl. Ashton. Near Westend Farm, Gibbs. Near Rowarth; R. Sett, south 
of Hayfield; Combes Moss; Edale; near the Snake Inn. 

G2. Ramsley Moor, above Baslow, near Fox Lane Plantation. 

C. Bog near Dore, The Naturalist. Coxbench, Watson’s N.B.G. Horsley 
Carr, Crewe & Whittaker. 

Tl. In marshy fields, frequent [Osmaston-by-Ashbourne neighbourhood J, 
Smith MSS. Meadows between Shirley Mill and Wood; Ash Cover, Bradley 


Brook. 


HIERACIUM Jl. 


H. Pilosella Z. Mouse-car Hawkweed. 
Native. B. Banks, dales, dry pastures, walls. Common. P. May-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Very general through the County. “Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, 
J.B. ‘Especially prevalent on the limestone,” Purchas, J.B. Abundant on the 


magnesian limestone, 


196 COMPOSITA. 


Var. pilosissimwn Wallr. H. Peleterianum Mer. 
L. Dovedale, Borrer in H.B. Ed. iii., 1866. The same form is noticed by 
Mr. Purchas, B.H.C. Rep., 1887, 184. 


*H. dubium JZ. Excluded species, H.B. Ed. iii., 1866. 
Alien or Casual. 
C. Coxbench Wood, Pilkington, 1789. 


*H. aurantiacum JZ. Alien. 
C. In an old Cemetery at Staveley, Drabble. 


H. lasiophyllum Koch. 
Native. H. Rocky ledges among hills. Rare, P. July-Aug. 
First record, The Flora. 
G1. Allport Castles, Allport Dale, 1893. 


Var. planifolium F.J. Hanb. 
_L. Wall Cliff, Tideswell; Tideswell Dale. 


(H. argentewm Fr. J.B., 1889, 179, and C.D., was an error). 


H. britannicum F.J. Hanb. 
Native. J. Limestone crags and cliffs. Locally abundant. P. May-July. 
First record, Sm. Eng. Fl., 1825; also Painter, J.B., 1881, 249. H. cesium. 
L. Limestone cliffs of Ashwood Dale, 300-350 yards, Baker, J.B. Chee 
Tor; Litton Dale; Monk’s Dale, Ley. Blackwell Dale; Monsal Dale, Whitelegg, 
C.D. Topley Pike, Hb. Carr. Dovedale, Purchas. Walls of Castle, Castleton, 
Sm. Eng. Fl. (H. murorum). Dale Head, near Wheston; Bee Low, Peak 
Forest; Bradwell; Great Rocks Dale; crags at Parkhouse Hill. 
Gl. Near the summit of Back Tor, Edale. 


H. rivale F.J. Hanb. Var. subhirtum /.J, H. 
Native. H. Mountain rocks. Rare. P. June-July. 
First record, The Flora. 
L. Above Kingsterndale, Ley. Great Rocks Dale, near Buxton. 


H. cymbifolium Purchas. 

Native. JZ. Limestone dales. Rare. P. June-July, 

First found, Ley, 1887; first record, B.H.C. Rep., 1890, 304 (H. cesiwm 
var. Smithiz); J.B., 1899, 421. 

L. Dovedale, Ley. Chee Dale, Hb. Hanb. Cunning Dale, Ashwood. Dale, 
and Great Rocks Dale, near Buxton; Topley Pike; Monsal Dale; Ravensdale, 
and Tunsley Dale, near Litton; Conies Dale, Peak Forest ; Kingsterndale. 


COMPOSITA. 197 


H. silvaticum Gowan. H. murorwn L. i: silvaticum. 
Native. B. Rocks, banks, walls. Locally plentiful. P. June-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
L. Great Rocks Dale. 
C. Pinxton, Pilkington. 
Tl. Derby, Pilkington. 
T3. Cricketfield walls, Repton, Wild FU. Rept. 


Var. micracladium Dahlst. 
L. Great Rocks Dale. 


Var. /epistoides Johanss, 

L. Priestcliffe Lees, High Field, Puwrchas. Ashwood Dale; Topley Pike, 
J.B. 1893 (v. ciliatuwm). Miller’s Dale, Searle, C.D. (H. murorum). High Tor, 
near Matlock Bridge; by the Colour Works, Matlock Bath, Carr. Tunsley Dale, 
near Litton; Beresford Dale. 


Var. sanguinewn Ley. 
L. Great Rocks Dale (f. A. Ley). 


H. rubiginosum F.J. Hanb, H. vulgatwn var. rubescens Backh. 

Native. J. Limestone rocks. Rare. P. June-Aug. 

First found, Ley, 1887; first record, Painter, J.B., 1889. 

L. Ashwood Dale, Ley! Blackwell Dale, Painter, Natt. Cyressbrook and 
Tunsley Dales; roadside below Litton. 


H. holophyllum V.2. Linton. 

Native. LZ. Limestone dales. Rare. P. June-Aug. 

First found, Purchas, 1881; first record, J.B., 1890. 

L. Rocks near the road between Buxton and Miller’s Dale, Linton, J.B., 1893 
(ciliatum). Cressbrook Dale; Conies Dale ; Peak Forest; Dovedale ; Harborough 
Rock ; Great Rocks Dale. 


H. vulgatum fr. Hawkweed, 

Native. B. Banks, rocks, walls. Frequent but local. P. June-Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. H. stilvaticum. 

L. Matlock, up to 350 yards, B. d N., J.B. Dovedale, Purchas, J.B. 
Miller’s Dale, West, J.B. Buxton, Rogers. Monsal Dale, C.D. Litton; 
Harborough Rock; Great Rocks Dale. 

Gl. Ascends to 450 yards in Goyt’s Clough, Baker, J.B. R. Sett, south 
of Hayfield; Edale; Jagger’s Clough. 

G2. Baslow; Belper. 

C. Dale, Hassé, C.D. Calow, near Chesterfield. 

Tl. Dalbury; Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Heath at large pool by the 
railway below Findern. ' 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe ¢& Whittaker. Morley, Hassé, C.D. 

13. Anchor Church, Purchas, J.B. Near Calke, Watson’s N.B.G. Repton, 
Wild Fl. Rept. 


198 COMPOSITA. 


H. diaphanoides Linded. 
Native. HS. Rocks and banks among mountains. Rare. P. June-Aug. 
First record, B.E.C. Rep., 1890, 264. 
L. Chee Tor, Ley in B.E.C. Rep. for 1889. Harborough Rock; Dovedale. 
Gl. Back Tor, Edale. 
G2. Owler Bar, Gibbs. 


H. diaphanum /*. 
Native. Banks, rocks. Rather rare. P. June-Aug. 


L. Chee Dale, Chee Tor. 


Var. glaucovirens Dahlst. 

L. Miller’s Dale; Monk’s Dale; Monsal Dale; Cressbrook Dale; Conies 
Dale, Peak Forest; The Winnatts, Castleton; Wall Cliff, Tideswell. 

G1. Castle Rocks, Allport Dale; ridge near Chinley Churn. 


H. sciaphilum Uechtr. 

Native. BE. Hedge banks, waysides, woods, rocks. Frequent. P. June- 
Aug, 

First record, B.H.C. Rep., 1891, 304. 

L. Buxton, Painter, Natt. Dovedale (H. orariwm), J.B., 1891, 273, Bradford 
Dale; Youlgrave; Earl Rake, Bradwell; Pin Dale, near Castleton; Ashford ; 
Great Rocks Dale; High Rake; Great Hucklow; between Scow Brook and Kirk 
Treton. 

Gl. Woodlands, beyond Snake Inn, Gibbs. Railway banks and copses near 
Charlesworth ; Edale; Hathersage; Chinley ; Chapel-en-le-Frith. 

G2. Abney, Shatton; White Edge Moss; Grindleford Bridge; near Fox 
House Inn; Stanton. 

C. West Hallam; Coal Aston; Codnor Castle; Parkhall Woods, near 
Westthorpe ; Wilday Green, Barlow; Dale; New Stanton. 

P. Cresswell, Gibbs. Houghton; Langwith Wood. 

Tl. Shirley; Brailsford Park; Rodsley; north of Cubley; Edlaston to 
Ashbourne; Church Broughton; Hatton; Egginton Station. 

T2. Risley Park. 


H. rigidum Hartm. Var. scabrescens Johanss. 
Native. Roadsides, rocky slopes and banks. Rare. P. July-Sept. 
First record, The Flora. 
L. Harborough Rock. 
Gl. Railway bank, Chapel-en-le-Frith, near the L. & N.W. Station. 
Tl. Roadsides near The Pastures, EKdlaston. 


Var. tridentatum (Fr.) H.  tridentatum Fr. 
Native. E. 
L. Ashwood Dale, C.D. 
Gl. Malcoff, near Chapel-en-le-Frith. 
G2. Bar Brook, above Baslow, 330 yards. 
Tl. Dog Lane, near Atlow; lane between Osmaston and Bradley Wood. 
T3. Coton in the Elms, Painter, J.B. 


COMPOSITE. 199 


H. prenanthoides Viii. 

Native. H. Limestone cliffs. Very rare. P. Aug.-Sept. 

First record, Painter, J.B., 1881. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Painter, J.B. Chee Dale, Hb. Carr. Perhaps the same 
locality. 


H. strictum /r. Var. subcrocatum Linton. 
Native? H. Banks. Very rare. P. Aug.-Sept. 
First found, The Author, 1898; record, J.B., 1899, 527. 
Gl. Railway bank near L. & N. W. Station, Chapel-en-le-Frith. 


H. boreale Fr. 

Native. BE. Banks, wood borders, copses, Frequent. P. Aug.-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. H. sabaudwm. 

L. Frequent in the limestone dales up to 300 yards, Baker, J.B. Lover’s 
Leap, Buxton; Miller’s Dale; Matlock Bath; Bonsall, Rogers. Taddington 
Dale; Coomb’s Dale, near Calver; Earl Rake, Bradwell. 

Gl. Between Bugsworth and New Mills, Rogers. Near the Snake Inn 
Dinting ; Edale; Bamford; near Eyam. 

G2. Near the Cromford Canal, Rogers. Hazelwood ; Duffield ; Wirksworth, 
Gibbs. Abney Clough; Shatton; Froggatt; near Stony Middleton; Grindleford 
Bridge. 

C. Coxbench Wood, C.D. Near the canal, north of Chesterfield; Kirk 
Hallam ; Codnor; Denby Common; east of Dale. Brampton, Pilkington. 

P. Cresswell Crags. 

Tl. Mickleover; Mugginton, Painter, Natt. Shirley; roadside near 
Edlaston Pastures; Bradley; Church Broughton; Hilton Common. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe & Whittaker. 

T3. Bank of the Tramway at Heath End, Calke, Purchas, J.B. Near 
Repton Shrubs, Rept. #. d F. Between Calke and Breedon, Bloraw. 


H. umbellatum /. 

Native HE. Hedgesides, banks, heathland. Not uncommon. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Jewitt, 1811. 

L. Onthe Yoredale rocks of the upper part of the Dove Valley, Purchas, 
J.B. Ashwood Dale, Buxton, Jewitt. 

Gl. Valley of the Goyt, Painter, J.B. Charlesworth, Fl. Ashton. Edale, 
fields opposite Grindsbrook, across the stream. 

C. Heanor, Watson’s N.B.G. 

Tl. Between Edlaston and Tinker’s Inn, Smith MSS. Mickleover, Painter, 
Natt, Ednaston; Hollington; Bradley (a dark styled form), B.H.C. Rep., 1890, 
306; Church Broughton to Sutton; Shirley; lane, West Broughton, Sudbury; 
Hilton Common ; heath by large pool south of Findern. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, C.D. Between Ockbrook and Dale, Smith, MSS. 

T3. Egginton; Willington, Painter, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Between 
Crewe’s Pond and Loscoe, Rept. F. d& F. 


200 COMPOSIT», 


HYPOCHGRIS 1. 


H. radicata LZ. Cat’s-ear. 

Native. B, Fields, roadsides, waste places. Common. P. June-Oct. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

Abundant throughout the County, ‘‘ Frequent up to 400 yards at Burbage,” 
Baker, J.B. 


LEONTODON 1. 
L. hirtus J. 

Native. E. Dry slopes, heaths, fields. Not uncommon. P. June-Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Hillside opposite the Railway Station, Miller’s Dale, Rogers. Middleton 
Common, Wirksworth, Milnes, C.D. The absence of L, hirtus [from Dovedale] 
is remarkable. One plant only found, on the Staffordshire side, Purchas, J.B. 

G1. Charlesworth, Fl. Ashton. Near the Snake Inn. 

G2. Froggatt; Crich Common. 

C. Codnor Castle; Westthorpe; Troway; by the pool east of Killamarsh ; 
Hazlebarrow Farm, Norton; between Greenhill and Bradway; Wingerworth ; 
Nether Loads, Old Brampton; between Tibshelf and Hucknall. 

P. Scarcliffe; Elmton; by the Walls, Whitwell. 

Tl. Cubley Common; waste ground by the railway, below Findern. 

T2. SBreadsall, &c., Crewe cd Whittaker. Between Swarkeston and 
Chellaston, Painter, Natt, 

T3. Heathy places about Calke, Purchas, J.B. Between Repton and 
Milton, Rept. F. & F. ; 


L. hispidus J. 
Native. EB. Meadows, pastures, waysides. Common, P. June-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
General throughout the County. ‘“‘Common up to 400 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


L. autumnalis Ll. Hawkbit. 

Native. B. Waysides, dry places, fields|§ Common. P. June-Oct. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

More or less generally distributed. ‘‘Common up to 500 yards on Axe 
Edge,” Baker, J.B. ‘'A form with pale lemon-coloured flowers occurred in a 
meadow east of Allestree Park. 


Var. pratensis (Koch). 
C. Near Norton Lees, The Naturalist. 


TARAXACUM Zaii. 


T. officinale Web. Dandelion. 

Native. B. Fields, cultivated and waste ground, roadsides, banks, walls. 
Very common. P. Mar.-Oct. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Leontodon Taraxacum. 

Everywhere abundant. ‘‘ Up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


COMPOSIT2. 201 


Var. corniculatum (DC.). 

Probably this is the B. Dens Leonis angustioribus foliis (Ray Syn.) recorded 
for Derbyshire in Sm. Eng. Fl., 1824. 

L. At Matlock Bath, Sm. Eng. Fl. Kirkdale, Ashford; Carsington Pastures ; 

Dovedale; Brassington Rocks. 

P, Markland Grips, Gibbs, Natt. 

Tl. Roadside at the Lime Quarries, Snelston Common, B.H.C. Rep., 1895, 
486; on a wall at Allestree ; Shirley Park, on steep grassy slopes, J.B., 1888, 31. 


Var. levigatum (DC.). 

P, Markland Grips, Gibbs, Natt. ‘Undoubtedly TY. levigatum,” F. 
Townsend, 

Tl. Normanton, Painter, J.B. 


Var. palustre (DC.). Watson, Cyb. Brit., 1847. ‘‘ I have an indistinet recollection 

of seeing it in Derbyshire.” 

Native. BS. 

L. Inaswampy part of Dovedale, Pwrchas, J.B. Near Brassington Rocks. 

G1, Up to 500 yards in swamps of Axe Edge, Baker, J.B. Plentiful about 
Grindsbrook, Edale. 

G2. Near the Ecclesbourne Brook, above Shottle. 

P. Markland Grips, Gibbs, Natt. 

Tl. Fields and by the brook, Shirley; near Alkmonton; Cubley ; Abbott’s 
Clowne Holme; Radbourn. 

T3. Drakelow Park. 


Var, wium (Jord.). 
Tl. Between Hollington and Thurvaston Stoop; Sinfin Moor; meadows east 
of Alkmonton. 


LACTUCA ZZ. 


L. virosa L. Wild Lettuce. Top. Bot., ‘‘ Howitt cat.” 

Native. G. Banks, hedge-sides, fields. Rare. A. or B. July-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Matlock, Pilkington. 

Tl. Radbourn, Painter, Natt. 

T2, Formerly between Derby and Borrowash, Hassé, C.D. 

T3. Near Stanton-by-Bridge, also noticed by Ch. Babington (N.B.G., 638), 
Purchas, J.B. 


L. muralis Fresen. Wall Lettuce. 

Native. E. Hedge-banks, woods, rocks, walls. Local and plentiful. A or 
B, July-Sept. 

First record, Martyn, Phil. Trans. XXXVI., 1729. Scariola silvestris 
anguillare. Lactuca silvestris murorum flore luteo. 

L. Common on limestone up to 400 yards, Baker, J.B. Cromford; 
Dovedale, Nowers. Ashwood Dale; Diamond Hill; Miller’s Dale; Haddon 
Hall; Matlock Bath, Rogers. Brassington Rocks, Gibbs. Middleton Dale; 


202 COMPOSIT#. 


Ashford; Hartle Dale, Bradwell. About the entrance into Peak’s Hole, Martyn, 
Phil, On: 

Gl,  Fernilee; Chapel-en-le-Frith, Barker. Near Glossop; Mills near 
Mellor; Edale ; Derwent Dale; Hood Brook, Hathersage. 

G2. Duffield Bridge, Whittaker, Phyt. Stanton-in-the-Peak; Rowsley, 
The Naturalist. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Grindleford Bridge; Shottle Gate. 

C. Ferriby Brook, Morley, Crewe d&: Whittaker. Totley; Norton, The 
Naturalist. Heanor, Watson’s N.B.G. The Moss, Mosbrough ; Loscoe ; Holbrook ; 
near Wingfield Park. 

P. Whitwell, Lhe Naturalist. Walls, Bolsover Castle, Waterfall, C.D. 
Cresswell; Clowne; Palterton ; Houghton. 

Tl. Somershall, Gibbs. Radbourn, Painter, Nat: Edlaston; Norbury ; 
Cubley ; Church Broughton ; Kedleston. 

T3. Shady banks, Calke, Purchas, J.B. Winshill, Painter, J.B. Near 
Foremark Park, Watson’s N.B.G. Anchor Church, Wild Fl. Rept. 


SONCHUS J. 


S. oleraceus L. Sowthistle. 

Native. B. Cultivated and waste ground, waysides. Common. A. June- 
Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Generally distributed. ‘‘Common up to 350 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


S. asper Hofin. Sowthistle. 

Native. B. Cultivated and waste ground, waysides. Common. A. June- 
Sept. 

First record, Painter, J.B., 1881. 

“Common up to 850 yards,” Baker, J.B. The form with glandular 
pedicels occurred at Ashford, and Hathersage. 


S. arvensis LZ. Corn Sowthistle. 

Native. B. Cultivated and waste ground, streamsides. Common. P. July- 
Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

General through the County. 


Var. glabrescens Hall. 


TI. Shirley, fields between the Vicarage and main road, J.B. 1888, 331, 
and B.H.C. Rep., 1888, 221. 


TRAGOPOGON J. 


T. pratense Z. Var. minus Mill, Goat’s Beard. Go-to-bed-at-noon. 
Native. BE. Field borders, banks, waysides. Frequent. B. June-July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Top of Diamond Hill, 400 yards; Buxton, Rogers. Hillside, west of 

Matlock Bridge Station, B. d& N., J.B. Blackwell Dale, Painter, Natt. Allport; 

Ashford ; Middleton Dale. 


COMPOSITA. CAMPANULACES. 203 


Gl. Fernilee ; Chapel-en-le-Frith, Barker. Whaley Bridge ; Combes. 

G2. Rowsley, Hagger, C.D. Near Hathersage ; Stokemoor Wood, Grindle- 
ford Bridge; near the Peacock Inn, 360 yards. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Dore, The Naturalist. Denby; Marehay, 
near Ripley; Norton; New Stanton. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. Bolsover; Scarcliffe Park Wood ; Pleasley. 

Tl. Mickleover; Findern, Painter, Natt. Burnaston, Bindley. Mugginton ; 
between Allestree and Quarndon ; about Tutbury Station ; Shirley. 

T2. Ockbrook, Smith, MSS. Breadsall; Chaddesden, Painter, J.B. & Natt. 
Spondon, Hassé, C.D. Long Eaton; Sawley. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Stapenhill, Painter, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


"T. porrifolium L. Salsify. 


Alien. 
L. Between Matlock Bath and Bonsall, Glover. 
T2. Field by the Waterworks, Breadsall, Crewe & Whittaker. 


CAMPANULACEA. 
JASIONE 2. 


J. montana L. Sheep’s-scabious. Sheep’ s-bit. 


Native. BE. Dry banks, sandy places. Local. A. or B. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. ‘Occurs freely on the Yoredale Rocks of the upper part of the course of 
the Dove. I have never seen it on the limestone,” Purchas, J.B. 

G1. Near Buxton, 350 yards, Rogers. Plentiful along the old road over 
Eccles Pike, between Whaley Bridge and Chapel, Barker. Bugsworth ; Combes ; 
New Mills, a form with pale purple flowers; Ladybower and other localities in 
Edale ; Ashopton. 

G2. Lumsdale, B. ¢d N., J.B. Two Dales, Rowland, C.D. Ambergate ; 
Duffield Bank, Painter, J.B. Near Wirksworth, Gibbs. Near Milnhay, Gisborne. 
Tansley, Crewe d Whittaker. Robin Hood’s Stride, Birchover, Purchas, J.B. 
Abney. 

C. Wingerworth, Pilkington. Coxbench, Crewe d Whittaker. 

P, Pleasley, Pilkington. 

Tl. Findern, Painter, Nat‘. Breward’s Car, Mugginton; Spinnyford Brook, 
‘Hulland. 

T2. Derby, Pilkington. 

T3. Stanton-by-Bridge, about the old sandstone quarries, Purchas, J.B. 
Calke, Bloram, Parson’s Hills, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


204 CAMPANULACES. 


WAHLENBERGIA Schrad. 


W. hederacea Reichb. Ivy-leaved Bell-flower. Campanula hederacea L. 

Native. A. Boggy ground, spongy places in cloughs. Very rare. P. Aug.- 
Sept. 

First record, Painter, J.B., 1889. 

Gl. Derwent, Hb. Mason! Jarvis Clough, near Ashopton, 360 yards. 

T3. Repton Rocks, in small quantity, where it was found by a Repton 
schoolboy, Painter, J.B. 


CAMPANULA Ll. 


C. glomerata L. Clustered Bell-flower. 

Native. GE. Banks, pastures, almost confined to the limestone. Rare. P. 
June-Aug. 

First record, Jewitt, 1811. 

L. Woods, Buxton, 350 yards, Rogers. Lover’s Leap, C.D Near Harting- 
ton; near Parsley Hay Station, Pwrchas. On old walls at Haddon Hall, Glover. 
Summit of cliffs, south side of Chee Dale. 

C. Stanton-by-Dale Moor, Hassé, C.D. 

T2. Spondon, Hassé, C.D. 


C. Trachelium JL. Nettle-leaved Bell-flower. 

Native. E. Hedges, thickets, woods, preferring limestone. Local. P. 
July-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Monk’s Dale, 350 yards, West,J.B. Miller’s Dale, Painter, J.B. Chee 
Dale, Bailey, C.D. Monsal Dale, Rogers, J.B. Matlock Bath; Lathkil Dale, 
Rowland, C.D, Dovedale, Purchas. Buxton, Buxton Guide. Taddington, Jewitt. 
Coomb’s Dale, near Calver. 

G2. Betwixt Duffield Bridge and Makeney, Pilkington. 

C, Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. Pleasley Park, Watson’s N.B.G. Cresswell, Painter, Natt. Scarcliffe ; 
Houghton ; Langwith Wood ; Steetley. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe d Whittaker. Spondon, Hassé, C.D. 

T3. Brizlincote, N.A. Tutb. 


C. latifolia L. Broad-leaved Bell-flower, Giant Throatwort. 

Native. SI. Hedges, woods, banks. Frequent. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Ray. Cat., 1670. Trachelium majus Belgarum Ger. 

Campanula maxima foliis latissimis C.B.; also W. Derham, 1718. 

L. Castleton; Taddington, 200-300 yards, Baker, J.B. Lanes over Bonsall, 
on the eastern ridge up to 300 yards, B. d& N., J.B. Matlock, a depauperate 
form; Miller’s Dale, West, C.D. Ashford, Whitehead, C.D. Dovedale, Purchas. 
Blackwell Dale; Monsal Dale; Cressbrook Dale, Painter, J.B. Carsington; near 
Youlgreave, Gibbs, Sheldon; Eyam. Betwixt Ashbourne and Dovedale, 
Pilkington. 


CAMPANULACE. 205 


Gl. Mellor, Fl. Ashton. Stirrup Wood, Charlesworth, Whitehead, C.D. 
By the Goyt, near Strines, Barker. Bamford ; Hood Brook, Hathersage. 

G2. Alderwasley, Gibbs. Froggatt, between Hassop and Baslow; Idridge- 
hay; Ashover Hay. Betwixt Rowsley and Darley, Pilkington. 

C. Between Norton and Eckington; Holmesfield, The Natwralist. Woods 
and hedges near Renishaw, abundant, Waterfall. Barlborough, and Barlborough 
Low Common; brook, west of Shipley Hall; Mosbrough; Dale. 

P. Markland Grips, The Natwralist. Bolsover; Palterton ; Clowne. 

T1. Ashbourne; near Mugginton, Painter, Natt. Shirley; Snelston; 
Cubley; by the brook, Marston Montgomery. 

T2. Near Ockbrook Mill, Smith MSS. Between Breadsall and Darley ; 
Morley, Crewe & Whittaker. By a brook near Hopwell Hall, very abundant, 
Watson’s N.B.G. Chaddesden, probably a garden escape, Painter, Natt. Little 
Chester, Pilkington. 

T3. Near Calke Mill, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. Repton Rocks, 
Painter, J.B. 


C. rotundifolia Ll. Havebeil. 

Native. B. Pastures, banks, waysides. Common. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Abundant everywhere. ‘‘Common up to 500 yards on Axe Edge,” Baker, 
J.B. A white-flowered form has been noticed at Longstone Edge (L.), Abney 
(G2), and Slatepit Dale, Holymoorside (C.). , 


©. patula L. Spreading Bell-flower. Top. Bot. ‘‘ Berkley ms.”’ 

Denizen. EK. Banks, fields. Very rare and scarce. A. or B. July-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Pilkington’s statement that this is “frequent” is certainly a mistake, as 
Watson (N.B.G.) remarked in 1837, 

C. Formerly on Morley Moor, now extinct, Whittaker, C.D. 

Tl. Once at Osmaston Manor, Ashbourne, Smith MSS. In the Nutwood, 
Darley [by Derby], Pilkington. 

T2,. Cornfields, Breadsall, not observed lately, Whittaker, C.D. 

T3. Stapenhill, Painter, J.B. Near Melbourne, Bloxam in Wats. N.B.G. 
“Mr. Bloxam’s specimen, though a fragment and immature, is the true plant, 
since it shows the toothing of the sepals,” Purchas, J.B. 


SPECULARIA Heist. 


S. hybrida 4.DC. Venus’ Looking-glass. Campanula hybrida L. 

Colonist. GE. Cornfields on sandy or dry soil. Local and rare. A. 
July-Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

C. Dale, Hassé, C.D. 


206 CAMPANULACE. VACCINIEAS. 


Tl. Fields east of the Knob, south of Hulland, just under 200 yards, probably 
the same locality as ‘‘ Hulland” of Smith MSS. 

T2. Breadsall, cornfields, common, Whittaker, Phyt. 

T3. Fields on Melbourne Common, Purchas, J.B. Field near Foremark 
Park Farm; Cauldwell, Gibbs. Between Repton Rocks and Repton Shrubs, 
Hb. Mason! Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


VACCINIEA. 


VACCINIUM J. 


V. Vitis-Idea L. Whortleberry. Red Whorts, 

Native. HS. Higher moorland on mountains. Abundant on most of the 
high moors. S. June-Aug. 

First record, Ray Cat., 1670. Vaccinia rubra Ger. Vitis Idea semper virens, 
fructu rudro J.B. Upon boggy mountains and heaths in Darby. 

L. Diamond Hill, Buxton, Rogers, J.B. 

Gl. Corbar Hill, Rogers, J.B. Plentiful on Axe Edge, 400-550 yards, 
Baker, J.B. Glossop Moors, Painter, J.B. High Moor, near Hayfield, Bot. 
Guide. High moors beyond Mam Tor and Win Hill, from Castleton; Combes 
Moss; Holme Moss, Watson’s V.B.G. Ringing Low, Painter, Natt. 

G2. Tansley Moor, B. & N., J.B. East Moor, Bot. Guide. Cromford 
Moor, Watson’s N.B.G. Wirksworth, Painter, Nat'. Near Fox House Inn; 
Froggatt ; Dethick Common. 

C. Totley Moss. 


V. Myrtillus Ll. Bilberry. Black-worts. 
Native. BH. Heaths, heathland. Locally common, S. April-May. 


First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L, Buxton; Diamond Hill, Rogers. Usually avoids the limestone, but 
occurs with other relics of the old moorland vegetation on a part of Alsop 
Moor, near Newhaven, Purchas, J.B. 

G1. Ascends to Peak of Axe Edge, over 550 yards, Baker, J.B. Near 
Glossop; Edale ; near the Snake Inn. 

G2. Abundant on Tansley Moor and other gritstone ridges, B. dé N., J.B. 
Moors west of Dore, Hb. Salt. Near Wirksworth, Gibbs. Littlemoor Wood, 
Dethick. 

C. Eckington, Gibbs. Breadsall Moor, Morley Moor, C.D. East of Totley; 
The Moss, Mosbrough. 

Tl. Shirley Wood, Smith MSS. Yeldersley Lane. 

T3. Outcrop of Millstone Grit, not far from the Ticknall Limeworks, 
Purchas, J.B. Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


VACCINIE. ERICACER, 207 


SCHOLLERA Zoth. 


S. Oxycoccos foth. Cranberry. Vaceiniwn oxycoccos L. 

Native. BI. Moorland bogs. Local. S. June-Aug. 

First record, Martyn, Phil. Trans., XXXVI., 1729. Oxycoccos sew Vaccinia 
palustris J.B. 

Gl. Corbar Hill, Buxton, Rogers. Axe Edge; Combes Moss, 500 yards, 
West, J.B. Burbage Edge; Reeve Edge, C.D. High Moor, near Hayfield, Bot. 
Guide, Charlesworth ; Kinderscout, Fl. Ashton. Stanage Edge. 

G2. Tansley Moor, Milnes, C.D. Bogs near Ringinglow, The Naturalist. 
Salter Sich, near the Peacock Inn; under Raven Tor, Beeley; under White 
Edge, near Froggatt; Hall Dale, near Rowlsey; Dethick Common. 


ERICACEA. 


ARCTOSTAPHYLOS 4das. 


A. Uva-ursi Spreng. Bearberry. 

Native. H. High moorland. Veryrare. S. May-June. 

First found, Salt, 1799; first record, Bot. Guide, 1805. 

G1. Stenior Clough, near the source of the Derwent; also on Kinderscout, 
Ward and Whitehead B.L. fec., 1876, 181, spn.! Near Cock’s Bridge, 
Kinderscout, Painter, J.B. Moors near Glossop, Wood, Phyt., 1842. 

G2. Rocks over the Burbage, East Moor, Glover. Fox House, on the moors, 
Watson’s N.B.G. High Moor, near the seventh milestone to the left of the road 
leading from Sheffield to Grindleford Bridge, Hb. Salt. The last two localities 
must be very near to each other. 


ANDROMEDA 1. 


A. polifolia L. 

Native. IS. Sphagnous bogs, boggy moorland. Rare. S. May-July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

GI. Axe Edge, a broad-leaved variety, Garner. Combes Moss, Watson’s 
N.B.G. Var. curta Tate, from same locality, described and commented on in J.B., 
1866, 377 and 1869, 140. Goyt’s Moss. 


CALLUNA Sailisd. 


C. Erica DC. Heather. Ling. Calluna vulgaris Salisb. 

Native. B. Heaths, moors, banks. Locally common. S. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Longstone Edge; fields near Sheldon; sparingly in Deep Dale, 
Kingsterndale. 

Gl. Moors, near Buxton; Axe Edge, Rogers. Abundant on the moorland; 
up to over 550 yards, Baker, J.B. Edale. 

C. Breadsall Moor, Crewe d: Whittaker. Between Tibshelf and Hucknall 


208 ERICACES, 


Tl, Burnaston, Bindley. Shirley Wood; Near Bradley Park Farm; 
Yeldersley Lane; near Spread Eagle Inn, west of Findern; between Mercaston 
and Cross o’ th’ Hands. 

T3. Repton Rocks, Gibbs. Still lingers about Linton and Newhall, N.H. 
Tutb. 


Var. incana auct. 
G2. Chatsworth. 
Tl. Hulland Moss. 


ERICA JZ. 


E. Tetralix LZ. Cross-lvaved Heath. 

Native. B. Heaths, moors. Locally plentiful. S. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

General on moorland, mostly at high levels. ‘‘Ascends to Peak of Axe 
Edge, over 550 yards,” Baker, J.B. The white-flowered form occurs by the 
Umberley Brook, near Chatsworth. 


E. cinerea L. Fine-leaved Heath. 

Native. B. Heaths, waysides. Frequent and locally abundant. S, June- 
Sept. 

First record, Martyn, Phil. Trans., XXXVI., 1729. Hrica humilis ; cortice 
cinereo Arbuti flore albo. 

L. About Matlock, B. d N., J.B. Longstone Edge. 

Gl. Heaths about Buxton up to 350 yards, Rogers. Coombs Rock, 
Charlsworth, Whitehead, C.D. Goyt’s Clough; Ringing Low, Painter, C.D. & 
Natt. Moors above Glossop, and about the Snake Inn; Rushup Edge. 

G2. Abney Clough; Burbage Brook. 

CG. Heaths about Walton, near Chesterfield, Waterfall. Breadsall Moor, 
Crewe & Whittaker. Barlow Lees; Totley Moss. 

Tl. Shirley Wood, Smith, C.D. 

T3. Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


PYROLA L. 


[P. rotundifolia JL. 

Native? or error? SG. Glover, 1829. 

G1. Woodlands, Knowlton in Glover. 

G2. Ladywash Mine, Eyam, Gem of the Peak. Very possibly this may be 
P. minor, which was frequently misnamed rotundifolia by early collectors. | 


P. minor L. Winter Green. 
Native. SB. Heaths, woods. Veryrare. P. June-July. 
First record, Painter, J.B., 1889, 179. 
L. Near Miller’s Dale, discovered by Mr. J. C. Wilson, Painter, J.B. 


MONOTROPE. PRIMULACE, 209 


MONOTROPEA. 
HYPOPITYS Scop. 


H. Monotropa Crantz. Yellow Bird’s-nest. Monotropa hypopithys L. 

Native. GE. Beech woods. Veryrare. P. June-July. 

First found, Salt, 1809; first record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Heights of Abraham, Matlock Bath, Smith MSS. Woods near Matlock, 
Stevens. 

G2. Near Ashover, 1872, Smith MSS. Woods at the Black Rocks, Cromford, 
Crewe & Whittaker, 


PRIMULACEA. 


HOTTONIA J. 


H. palustris 2. Water Violet, 

Native. E. Ponds, slow streams, ditches. Local. P. May-June, 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

C. Morley Moor, Crewe d Whittaker. 

T2. Old bed of R. Derwent, Osmaston-by-Derby, C.D. Breadsall, common, 
Crewe & Whittaker. Pond on south side of railway between Derby and Spondon ; 
near the canal, Sandiacre ; Trent Lock; ditch west of Sawley. 

T3. Ponds by Swarkeston Bridge, Watson’s N.B.G. Egginton, Painter, 
J.B, Old Trent, Repton, Linton. 


PRIMULA JZ. 


P, acaulis Z. Primrose, P. vulgaris Huds. 

Native. b. Fields, woods, hedgebanks. Common. P, March-May. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

General, though most abundant on clay or limestone, ‘Limestone cliffs 
up to 350 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


Var. caulescens (Koch). 

L. Dovedale, Smith MSS. 

G2. Whatstandwell, Painter, J.B. (intermedia). 

Tl, Between Shirley and Longford. 

T8, Occurs from time to time about Calke, Purchas, J.B. Repton Shrubs, 
Nowers. 


P. acaulis x veris, P. clatior auct. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. Ozlip. 
L. Matlock, Stevens, Dovedale, Smith MSS. 
G2. Whatstandwell, Nowers. Between Rowsley and Bakewell, Drabble. 


fe 


210 PRIMULACE. 


Tl. Peathays, Shirley; copse east of Alkmonton. Near Rough Heanor 
Houses, Mickleover, Pilkington. 

T2. Between Ockbrook and Dale Abbey, Smith MSS. Near Breadsall, 
Whittaker in Hb. Syme. 

T3. Osier-bed between Repton and Bretby, Wild Fl. Rept. Repton 
Shrubs, Rept. F. d F. Calke, Bloxam. 


P. veris L. Cowslip. P. officinalis Scop. 
Native. BE. Pastures, woods, waysides, Common. P. April-June. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789, 
Generally distributed. ‘‘ Ascends up to 400 yards at Wormhill,”’ West, J.B. 


LYSIMACHIA /. 


L. vulgaris LZ. Yellow Loosestrife. 

Native. EB. River banks, wet places. Rare. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

C. Formerly at Morley Moor, Whittaker, Phyt. d C.D. 

Tl. Markeaton Woods, Glover. 

T2. Railway cuttings and banks of R. Derwent [near Breadsall], Crewe d 
Whittaker. 


*L. punctata LZ. Alien. 
G2. Brookside below Beeley, near the Derwent. 


L. Nummularia L. Money-wort. Creeping Jenny. 

Native. E. Damp sides of ponds and ditches, meadows, woods. Local. P. 
June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Gl. Chapel Reservoir. 

G2. Ditch by the Derwent above Allestree Ford. 

C. Walton, Drabble. Near the Ball Inn, Renishaw, Painter, Natt. Loscoe ; 
pond west side of Barlborough; Alfreton; Ault Hucknall. 

P. Bramley Vale, Glapwell. 

Tl. Findern, Painter, Natt. Ponds between the railway and R. Dove, 
Marston-on-Dove ; Scropton, by the railway; Sudbury, 

T2. Near Ockbrook, Smith MSS. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. lane near 
Thrumpton Ferry ; Sawley; ditch banks about Long Eaton, abundant. 

T3. About the pond at Calke, Purchas, J.B. Repton Shrubs, Gibbs. 
Swarkeston; near Burton-on-Trent; Knowl Hills, Painter, J.B. d& Natt. 
Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Drakelow. 


L. nemorum Ll. Wood Pimpernel. 
Native. B. Woodland, damp shady places. Frequent. P. May-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
L. Damp woods, Matlock, B. d: N., J.B. Sparingly in the upper part of the 
Dove Valley, Purchas, J.B. Bradwell, Painter, Natt. Great Shacklow Wood. 


PRIMULACE®, 211 


Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers. Up to 1150 ft. in Torside Clough, near 
Crowden; Tarden, near Mellor; Edale; Upper Hurst Brook, Bamford; near 
Eyam. 

G2. Whatstandwell, Painter, Natt. Abney Clough; Burbage Brook; 
Froggatt ; Hay Wood, Grindleford. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Between Norton and MHeeley, The 
Naturalist. Wood east of Smalley; Brierly Wood, Unstone; Barlow Brook; 
woods north east of Coal Aston; Salter Wood, near Ripley; Newton Wood ; Ault 
Hucknall. Coxbench Wood, Pilkington. 

P, Langwith Wood; Whitwell Wood. 

Tl. Shirley; by Cubley Brook. Nursery by Mr. Eames, Mackworth, 
Pilkington. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe d Whittaker. Dale Abbey Woods, Painter, J.B. 

T3. Near Calke Mill, Purchas, J.B. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Rep- 
ton Shrubs, Wild Fl. Rept. Repton, Bindley. 


ANAGALLIS JZ. 


A. arvensis LZ. Pimpernel. 

Native. BE. Arable land, waysides. Common. A. May-Oct. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Generally distributed. ‘‘ Hill above Miller’s Dale Railway Station, over 350 
yards,” Rogers, J.B. 


Var. pallida Hook. Man. 
Occurs occasionally with the type, usually in much less quantity. 
Tl. Sandy fields between Shirley and Shirley Brook. 


A. coerulea Schreb. Blue Pimpernel. 

Native or Colonist? BE. Arable land, roadsides. Very rare. A. 
June-Sept. 

First record, Smith MSS., 1871-81. 

C. By roadside between Denby Common and Loscoe, a mauve coloured 
form which turned bright blue as it dried. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. 

T2. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. 


A. tenella Z. Bog Pimpernel. 

Native. B. Bogs, marshes by pools. Rare and local. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Lysimachia tenelia {tenella} Purple Money- 
wort or Loosestrife. 

G1. Near Bradwell, Painter, Natt. Hollinworth Clough, about 850 yards, 
close to the stream. 

G2, Bechagg Wood, Froggatt; Umberly Brook, near Chatsworth, 250-300 
yards; Bentley Brook, Matlock; Redcar Brook, above Dore. 

C. Bog at Holymoorside, Drabble. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. Pool near the Walls, Whitwell. Pleasley, Pilkington. 


DD, PRIMULACE, OLEACER. 


Tl. Hulland Moss, Whittaker, C.D, Quarndon Common, Glover. By the 
brook, near Shirley Wood, Miss Wright. Normanton, Pilkington. 

T3. Bank between Calke and Melbourne, a remnant of the old vegetation of 
Melbourne Common; found also by Bloxam in the bog at Foremark Park, 
Purchas, J.B. Kepton Rocks, Wild Fl, Rept. 


SAMOLUS 1. 


S. Valerandi L. Brookweed. 

Native. EB, Marshy margins of streams and ditches. Very rare. P. 
July-Sept. 

First record, Stevens, 1864. Top. Bot., ‘‘ Bloxam MS.” 

G2, Stream on Tansley Moor, Stevens. 

T3, ‘“ Ponds by Swarkeston Bridge’? Bloxam! Not since found, so far as 
I know, Purchas, J.B. 


OLEACEA. 


FRAXINUS 1. 


F, excelsior Z. Ash Tree. 
Native. B, Hedges, woods. Common, T, April-May. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Common in every district. ‘‘ Truly wild up to 450 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


Var, heterophylla Vahl. Var. diversifolia Ait. 
L. High Tor, Matlock, Crewe & Whittaker, 


LIGUSTRUM J. 


L. vulgare L. Privet. 

Native and often planted. E. Hedges, woods, bushy places. Frequent, 
especially on limestone. S. June-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Native in Monk’s Dale, at 350 yards, West, J.B. Monsal Dale; 
Miller’s Dale, 200-250 yards, Baker, J.B. Ashford Dale, Painter, J.B. Matlock 
Tor; hillside east of Bonsall, truly wild, B. é N., J.B. Rocky limestone slopes 
of the Dove Valley, 600-1000 ft., Purchas, J.B. Buxton, Buxton Guide. 

Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith; Etherow district. 

G2. Canal banks, Cromford, Bailey, C.D. Between Duffield and Darley, 
Gisborne. Pilsley, near Hassop, 

C. Near Dale Abbey, Hassé, C.D. Woods near Beauchief Abbey; Beighton ; 
New Stanton. Pinxton, Pilkington. 


APOCYNACE. GENTIANE, Dille 


P. Hedgebanks at Cresswell, Waterfall, C.D. Steetly, Painter, Natt. 
Elmton; Palterton ; Pleasley. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, J.B. Radbourn; Markeaton; Allestree; Shirley ; 
Burnaston ; Lower Thurvaston. 

T2. Near Trent Station; Sandiacre. 

T3. Calke, planted, Purchas, J.B. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Repton 
towards Willington, Wild Fl. Rept. Egginton Common, 


APOCYNACEA. 


VINCA J. 
*V. major L. Periwinkle. 
Alien. Banks, waste bushy ground. Rare. P. April-June. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
L. Naturalised at Willersley, Crewe & Whittaker. 
G3. Idridgehay, Gibbs. 
C, Pleasley Park, Pilkington. 
T3. Naturalised at Walton, H. N. Tutb. 


V.minor L. Lesser Periwinkle. 

Denizen. HE. Hedgebanks, thickets, wood borders. Local. P. April-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Matlock Bath, Rowland, C.D. 

G2, Near Lee Bridge, Cromford, Crewe & Whittaker. 

Tl. Bradley; between Norbury and Cubley, Smith MSS. Shirley Wood, 
Appleby. Radbourn, Painter, Natt. Ashbourne, Garner. 

T2. Ina hedge within the Roman Station at Little Chester, Pilkington. 

T3. Plantation by the roadside at Calke; well established, though no doubt 
originally introduced, Purchas, J.B. Walton, N. H. Tutb. 


GENTIANEA. 


BLACKSTONIA Huds. 


B. perfoliata Huds. Yellow Centaury. Chlora perfoliata L. 

Native. E. Dry marly banks. Very rare. A. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Matlock, Stevens. 

P. Near Clowne, Waterfall. Railway between Rowthorne and Ault 
Hucknall; Pleasley Park; Whitwell, Pzlkington. 


ERYTHRASA Penealn. 


BH. Centaurium Pers. Centaury. 
Native. B. Fields, heaths, banks. Locally abundant. A. June-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. Gentiana centauriwm. 


214 GENTIANES. 


L. Matlock Bath; Brassington, Rowland, C.D. Hope, Hb. Mason! Dove- 
dale, Painter, J.B. 

Gl. Hague Bar, near New Mills. 

G2. By Bar Brook, above Baslow, circa 800 ft. 

C. Whirlow Bridge, near Dore, The Naturalist. Barlborough Low Common ; 
Wilday Green, near Barlow; Fritchley; Millthorpe, near Holmesfield ; between 
Tibshelf and Hucknall; near Stubbing Court. S. Normanton, Pilkington. 

P. Bolsover; near Glapwell Station; Whitwell Wood; Scarcliffe Park 
Wood. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. By Willington Junction, Rept. F. & F. 
Breward’s Car, Mugginton; Meynell Langley; Bradley; by Yeldersley Rough ; 
Cubley Common. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. 

T3. Heath End, Calke, Purchas, J.B. Repton Rocks, Gibbs. Repton 
Shrubs, Nowers. Bretby, Hagger, C.D. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. 


GENTIANA Z. 


(G. Pneumonanthe L. Top. Bot., 276. 
T3. Egginton Heath, Pilkington. Long extinct. ] 


G. Amarella L. Gentian. Felwort. 


Native. BE. Dry pastures, abundant on the limestone. Local. A. July- 
Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Diamond Hill, Rogers. Wormhill, West, J.B. Heights of Abraham, 
Matlock Bath; Dovedale, B. & N., J.B. Dean Hollow, near Cromford, Gzbbs. 
Near Ripley Tollbar, Purchas. Hartington, Bindley. Hassop Mines; High 
Rake; Longstone; Bradwell; Pin Dale, Peak Forest; Great and Little Hucklow. 

Gl. Frequent up to 500 yards, Baker, J.B. Corbar Wood, Rogers. Allport 
Dale ; Martinside ; Chapel-en-le-Frith. 

G2. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Crich, Painter, J.B. Near Fox House Inn, 
towards Dore; Eyam Moor; Hay Wood, Grindleford Bridge; near Robin Hood’s 
Inn, Baslow. 

C. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. Bolsover; Elmton; Cresswell Crags; Houghton; Whitebrick Moor, and 
Whitwell Wood. 

Tl. Slopes on the east of the pools, Osmaston-by-Ashbourne ; limepits, 
Snelston Common, 

T2. High Pastures, Breadsall, Glover. 


G. uliginosa Willd. 


Native. SH. Dry slopes and pastures. Rare. A. June-July. 
First record, J.B., 1899, 386. 
L. Miller’s Dale. 


GENTIANE. POLEMONIACE. 215 


G. campestris L. Field Gentian. 

Native. BS. Mountain pastures. Local. A. Aug-Oct. 

First record, Bot. Guide, 1805. 

L. Topley Pike; Taddington, Green, C.D. Via Gellia, Milnes, C.D. Monsal 
Dale, Miss Fenton. Eyam, Drabble. 

Gl. Frequent up to 500 yards, Baker, J.B. Corbar Hill, Buxton, Rogers. 
Axe Edge, often single-flowered, Garner. Chinley Hill, Bot. Guide. Charles- 
worth; near Glossop, Fl. Ashton. Near Goyt’s Bridge; Poor Man’s Piece, 
Slackhall. 

G2. Eyam Moor. 

Tl. Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, rare, Smith MSS. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe d Whittaker. 

T3. Field above Repton Shrubs, Rept. F. ad F. 


MENYANTHEHES J. 


M. trifoliata LZ. Bogbean. Buckbean. 

Native. B. Bogs, marshes. Locally abundant. P. May-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Marsh Trefoil. 

L. Pool near the New Church, Buxton, Jewitt. 

G1. Charlesworth Coombs, Fl. Ashton. Bamford Moor. 

G2. Tansley Common, Crewe & Whittaker. Ramsley Moor, and by Bar 
Brook, Baslow. 

C. South Normanton, Pilkington. 

Tl. Pools above Wyaston Brook, towards Rodsley, Smith MSS. Boggy 
ground south of Old Covert, Mugginton, Feilden. Shirley Park, Glover; now 
extinct, but in several places in Shirley, James. In a pit by the foot-road 
betwixt Mackworth and Kedleston, Pilkington. 

T3. Bog near Foremark Park, very small and weakly, Purchas, J.B. 
Repton Rocks, Gibbs. Newhall, N.A. Tutb. 


POLEMONIACEZ. 


POLEMONIUM J. 


P. ecceruleum JL. Jacob’s Ladder. Greek Valerian. 

Native. I. Rocky limestone slopes, streamsides, copses. Local. P. June- 
July. 

First record, Withering, 1787. 

L. Flagg Dale; Chee Dale, 300 yards, West, J.B. Ashwood Dale ; Chrome 
Hill; Youlgreave; Ashford Dale; Hogshaw Lane, Buxton, Painter, J.B. & Natt. 
In several parts of the Dove Valley, though not in Dovedale proper, Pwrchas, 
J.B. Uathkil Dale; near Matlock High Tor; near Bradbourn Mill, Smith 
MSS. Near Haddon Hall, Watson’s N.B.G. Monsal Dale, Gibbs. The Win- 
natts, Castleton; Fern ‘Dale, Monyash; by the stream under Topley Pike, 
white flowered. By the side of the turnpike road in Bakewell Meadows, 
Pilkington. 


216 POLEMONIACES. BORAGINES. 


C, Alfreton Brook, Pilkington. 

Tl. Cutler Brook, Kedleston, white flowered. 

T2. Breadsall, probably an escape, Crewe & Whittaker. Below Derby, a 
garden escape, C.D. 

T3. Drakelow, Painter, J.B. 


BORAGINEA. 
CYNOGLOSSUM 1. 


C. officinale Z. Hound’s-tongue. 

Native. EB. Woods, dry banks, dry waste ground, on limestone. Rare _ 
B. or P. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Bradford Dale, Painter, J.B. Dovedale, Garner. Buxton, Buaton 
Guide, Matlock, but not very common, Pilkington. Cressbrook Dale. 

G2. Ashover, Pilkington. 

P. Markland Grips, The Naturalist. Cresswell Crags. 

T3. Calke, but sparingly, Purchas, J.B. r 


SYMPHYTUM 1. 


S. officinale LZ. Comfrey. 

Native. EB. Streamsides, ditches, moist hedgesides. Frequent. P. May- 
Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Buxton, 350 yards, Rogers. Bakewell, West, J.B. Via Gellia, B. dé W., 
J.B. Matlock Bath, Rowland, C.D. Bradwell, Painter, Natt. 

G2. Canalside at Whatstandwell, B. d N., J.B. Ambergate, Gibbs. 
Beeley ; near the Derwent above Allestree. 

C. Barlow. Wingerworth, Pilkington. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Cubley; Barton Blount; Etwall; Dalebrook, 
Sudbury. Mackworth, Pilkington. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe d:} Whittaker. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Ingleby, Hassé, C.D. Newton Solney, 
Painter, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. The variety patens Sibth. occurs not unfrequently 
with the type; noted by Pilkington about Derby and Duffield. 


*S. peregrinum Ledeb. 8S. asperrimum, Bab. Fl. Bathon. 

Alien. B.H.C. Rep., 1876, 29. 

L. Between Grange Mill and Lilies Inn at the head of the Via Gellia, 
now greatly diminished in quantity; another station by R. Bradford, Youl- 
greave, Purchas, J.B. See also B.H.C. Rep. 1878; J.B. 1879, 85; 1880, 57; 
B.L. Rec, 1880, 163. 


BORAGINER. 217 


*Borago officinalis Ll. Borage. 
Alien. Glover, 1829. 
C. Near Duckmanton, Waterfall. 
Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. 
T2. Straggler from gardens, Elvaston, Hassé, C.D. 


*Anchusa sempervirens Ll. 
Alien. E, 


L. Haddon, Nowers. 
Tl. Etwall, Bindley. 


LYCOPSIS JZ. 


L. arvensis L. Bugioss. 
Colonist. B. Arable land, waysides. Local. A. or B. June-July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
C. Breadsall Moor, Crewe d: Whittaker. About Dale Abbey, Hassé, C.D. 
Tl. Meynell Langley ; Breward’s Car, Mugginton. 
T3. Bretby, Gibbs. Between Milton and Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


*Pulmonaria officinalis LZ. Lungwort. 

Alien. 

G1. In a wood on the left bank of R. Goyt between Compstall Bridge and 
Marple Aqueduct, Buaxton’s B.G. 

G2. By the roadside between Duffield and Kedleston, Whittaker, Phyt. 


MYOSOTIS JZ. 


M. cespitosa F. Schultz. M, lingulata Lehm. 

Native. B. Marshy places, ditches, damp banks. Frequent. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Watson’s N.B.G., 1837. 

L, About Buxton; Miller’s Dale, C.D. Ashford, Painter, J.B. Via Gellia, 
B. & N., J.B. Near Bakewell, Purchas. Near Carsington; Scow Brook, near 
Hognaston. 

Gl. Swamps of Axe Edge, up to 500 yards, Baker, J.B. Chapel Reservoir ; 
Tarden, near Mellor; Hope. 

G2. Ambergate. 

C. Dale; New Stanton; Beauchief Abbey; Mapperley; Loscoe; Ault 
Hucknall. 

P. Bramley Vale, Glapwell; Langwith Wood. 

Tl. Shirley; Brailsford Brook; Cubley Common; Dalebrook, Sudbury; 
Foston; Hatton; Marston-on-Dove; by the Derwent, east of Allestree Park. 

T2. Breadsall, IV hittaker, Phyt. Sandiacre; Sawley, and marsh by Sawley 
Junction. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Burton-on-Trent; Willington ; Swarkeston 
Bridge, Painter, J.B. Repton Rocks, Gibbs. 


218 BORAGINE. 


M. palustris Relh. Forget-me-not. 

Native. BE. Streams, ditches, pools, wet places. Frequent. P. May-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Wye Valley up to Miller’s Dale, 250 yards, Baker, J.B. Matlock, 
B. dé N., J.B. Near Buxton, Buxton Guide. Via Gellia; Bradwell, Painter, Natt. 
Absent from the valley of the Dove proper, but seen near Fenny Bentley, 
Purchas, J.B. 


G2. Canal between Ambergate and Whatstandwell, Bailey, C.D. Wather- 
sage, Painter, Natt. 


C. Canal banks, Renishaw, Waterfall. Beauchief, The Naturalist. 
Hardwick. 


P. Cresswell, The Naturalist. Markland Grips. 
Tl. Findern; Derby, Painter, Natt. d) C.D. R. Dove below Tutbury 
Station and Sudbury. 


T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Thrumpton Ferry; Sawley; Long’ 
Eaton; Sandiacre. 

T3. Calke, Bloxam; ‘not seen,” Purchas, J.B. Bretby Park ; Repton 
Rocks, Gibbs. R. Trent, Burton, Hb. Mason! Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


Var. strigulosa Mert & Koch. 
L, Abundant in the Wye Valley at Miller’s Dale; Via Gellia, Rogers. 
G2. Cromford Canal, Rogers. Brook at Beeley. 
T2. Morley; Breadsall, Painter, J.B. d Natt. 
T3. Canalside, Willington, Painter, Natt. 


M. repens @. Don. Creeping Forget-me-not. 

Native. BS. Streams, marshes, pools. Somewhat local. P. June-Aug. 

First record, B.L. Rec. for 1878, 1879. 

Gl. Axe Edge, West, J.B. Under Kinderscout, Bailey, B.L. Rec. 
Charlesworth Coombs; Combes Moss, Painter, J.B. Torside Clough; Derwent 
Moor; near the Snake Inn; Hood Brook, Hathersage. 

G2. Tansley Moor, B. & N., J.B. Abney Clough; Froggatt; Hillcliff 
Lane, near Ireton Wood. 

C. Pool, east of Killamarsh; pond below Barlborough Low Common. 

Tl. Meadow near Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Smith MSS. Barton Blount ; 
Marston-on-Dove; Shirley; Hulland Moss; Markeaton. 

T2. Between Chellaston and Swarkeston, Painter, Natt. 

T3. Repton Rocks, Gibbs. Repton, Painter, Natt. 


M. silvatica Hoffm. Wood Scorpion Grass. 

Native. EI. Hedges, woods, brookbanks. Frequent. B. or P. April-June. 

First records, Pilkington, 1789, M. scorpioides; Mag. Nat. Hist., 1829-35, 
M. silvatica. 

L. Flagg Dale, 300 yards, West, J.B. Ashwood Dale; Miller’s Dale; 
Cressbrook Dale; Via Gellia; Dovedale; Ashford Dale, Painter, J.B. d: Natt. 
Alport, Gibbs. Fenny Bentley, Pwrchas, J.B. Woods opposite Matlock Bath, 
Mag. Nat. Hist. Bakewell; Lathkil Dale; Middleton Dale, The Naturalist. 


BORAGINE®. 219 


Gl. Mellor, Fl. Ashton. 

G2. Ashover, Bailey, C.D. Wirksworth; Cromford ; Rowsley, Gibbs. Near 
Baslow, Miss Armitage. Ecclesbourn Brook. 

C. Ault Hucknall. 

P. Cresswell Crags, Waterfall, C.D. Whitwell Wood, The Naturalist. 

Tl. Cubley, Smith MSS. Mackworth, Gibbs. Kedleston, Whittaker, Phyt. 
Mickleover; Radbourn; near Mugginton, Painter, Nat‘. Shirley; Longford; 
Trusley ; Etwall, &c. 

T3. Bretby, Gibbs. Burton, Hb. Mason ! 


M. arvensis Lam. Field Forget-me-not. 

Native. BP, Arable land, waste ground, woods, banks. Very common. 
A. or B. April-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Abundant nearly everywhere. ‘‘Common up to 400 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


Var. umbrosa Bab. 

L. Wye Valley, a little below Miller’s Dale; Via Gellia, Rogers. Chee 
Dale, C.D. 

Tl. Weston Underwood; Edlaston Coppy. 


M. collina Hofin. 

Native. B. Dry banks, limestone rocks and slopes, walls. Locally plentiful. 
A. or B. April-June. 

First record, Watson’s N.B.G., 1837. 

L. From 200-300 yards [Wye Valley], Baker, J.B. Matlock Bath; Miller’s 
Dale; Dovedale, Painter, J.B. Wormhill, West, J.B. Blackwell Dale, Painter, 
Natt. The Winnatts, Castleton; Beresford Dale, near Hartington. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe d Whittaker. Between Elvaston and Ambaston, 
Hassé, C.D. 

T3. Stanton-by-Bridge, N.H. Tutb. Drakelow, Painter, J.B. Anchor 
Church, Rept. F. d F. Askew Hill, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


M. versicolor feichd. 

Native. B. Meadows, banks, heaths, waste sandy ground. Local. A. or B. 
April-June. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Painter, J.B. Matlock, Stevens. 

G2. Burbage Brook, and above Padley Wood, by a small stream. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Meadow between Ednaston and Shirley; 
fields, Yeldersley ; near Brailsford Church; lane, Hilton Common. 

T2,. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. Breadsall, &c., Crewe d Whittaker. 

T3. Calke, Pwrchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. Willington; Drakelow, Painter, 
J.B, Askew Hill, and Parson’s Hills, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


220 BORAGINES. CONVOLVULACES, 


LITHOSPERMUM 1. 


L. officinale LZ. Gromwell. 

Native. BE. Woodland, hedgebanks, mostly on limestone. Local, P. 
June-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Cromford, Milnes C.D.4 Via Gellia, Painter, J.B. Matlock, Pilkington. 

P. Markland Grips, Waterfall. Steetley, Painter, Natt. Scarcliffe Park 
Wood. 

T3. Calke, but sparingly, Purchas, J.B. Drakelow, N.H. Tutb. Stapen- 
hill, Painter, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


L. arvense L. Corn Gromwell. Bastard Alkanet. 

Native. B. Arable land. Local. A. June-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Matlock, Stevens. 

Gl. Charlesworth, Fl. Ashton. 

C. Stanley ; West Hallam, Hassé, C.D. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Allestree, Pilkington. 

T2. Breadsall, Glover. 

T3. Drakelow, Hb. Mason! Breach Farm, near Cauldwell, N.H. Tutb. 
About Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


ECHIUM Jl. 


H. vulgare LZ. Viper’s Bugloss. 

Native. BE. Fields and dry places on limestone and sand. Rather rare. 
B. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

C. Breadsall Moor, Crewe d& Whittaker. Horsley Castle, Glover. 

P. Clowne, Drabble. Cresswell Crags; Markland Grips. 

T2. Morley, Orewe d& Whittaker. Aston Spar Pits, Hassé, C.D. 

T3. Swarkeston Bridge (Blowam), Purchas, J.B., queries its being truly 
wild. Winshill; Drakelow, Painter, J.B. Near Cauldwell, N.H. Tutb. 


*Amsinckia lycopsoides Lehm. 
Casual. 
L. Roadside, Miller’s Dale, Rogers ! 
Tl. Roadside, Hilton. 


CONVOLVULACEA. 


VOLVULUS Meiic. 
V. sepium Junger. Great Bindweed.  Calystegia sepium R. Br. — Convolvulus 
sepium L. 
Native. EB. Hedges, thickets. Common. P. Aug.-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Generally distributed. ‘‘ Frequent up to 400 yards at Burbage and Fair- 
field, Buxton; ground round the house porches at Taddington, Baker,” J.B. 


CONVOLVULACER, SOLANACE. 221 


CONVOLVULUS J. 


C. arvensis LZ. Small Bindweed, 
Native. EB. Hedges, arable land, waste ground. Common. P. July-Oct. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Abundant throughout the County. ‘‘ Hedgebank at Matlock Bank, 250 
yards. A narrow leaved variety,” B. d N. J.B. 


CUSCUTA J. 


[C. europeea L. Greater Dodder, 
Casual, EG. Glover, 1829. ] 


. 


{C. Epithymum L. Lesser Dodder. 
Native? E. On heath, gorse, &c. Very rare. A. June-Aug. Glover, 
1829 ; Rept. F. & F., 1881.] 


*C, Trifolii Bab. Clover Dodder. 
Colonist. E. On clover, Occasional with the crop. A. July-Sept. 
First record, Rept. F. & F., 1881. 


Tl. Cloverfields, Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Smith MSS. Near the Hollies 
Farm, Yeldersley. 


T2, Cornfields between Ockbrook and Spondon, Smith MSS. 
T3. Cornfields, Bretby, Rept. F. d F. 


SOLANACEA., 


SOLANUM J. 


S. Dulcamara Ll. SBitter-sweet. Woody Nightshade. 
Native. BE, Hedges, woods, ditch-sides. Common, P, June-Aug, 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
General throughout the County, ‘ Miller’s Dale, 250 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


S. nigrum Ll. Black Nightshade. 
Colonist, E. Arable land, gardens. Rare, A. July-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
C. Pinxton, Pilkington, 
Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt, Derby, Pilkington. 
T3. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


*Lycium barbarum Ll. Tea Plant. L. chinense Lam. 
Alien. 
L. Buxton, Barrow. 
P. Cresswell Crags; by Nether Langwith. Occurs in other parts of the 


County in and by villages, as an escape from gardens, as at Mickleover (T1), 
Bindley. 


Do, SOLANACE. SCROPHULARINES, 


ATROPA J. 


A. Belladona L. Deadly Nightshade. Dwayberries. 

Native. E. Woods, quarries. Local and rare. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Withering, 1789. 

L. Haddon Hall, Purchas. Near Wirksworth, Rowland, C.D. 

C. Horsley Castle; near a pond at Hardwick, Pilkington. 

T3. Barewood Hill, Winshill, Hb. Mason! Repton Hall, olim, Wild FT. 
Rept. 


“Datura Stramonium LZ. Thorn Apple. 

Alien or casual. 

C. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

Tl. Near Derby. Hb. Salt. Sometimes as garden weed at Sudbury, 
N.H. Tutb. 

T2. Breadsall, an escape? Crewe d Whittaker. Morley, Hassé, C.D. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Chapel yard, Repton, olim, Wild Fl. Rept. 


HYOSCYAMUS 2. 


H. niger L. Henbane. Top. Bot. ‘‘ Howitt cat.” 

Native. EB. Waste ground, roadsides. Rare. B. June-Aug, 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Over Haddon, near Bakewell, Painter, J.B. Fenny Bentley, Bolton! 

C. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

Tl. Darley, Derby, Glover. 

T2. Chellaston, Pilkington. 

T3. Near the Stables, Calke, Bloram; not seen lately, Purchas, J.B. 
Stapenhill, Painter, J.B. ‘ 


SCROPHULARINEA. 


VERBASCUM 1. 


V. Thapsus Ll. Great Mullein. Aaron’s Rod. Adam’s Flannel, 

Native. EB. Waste ground, quarries, roadsides, banks. Frequent. B. 
June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. High Taper. Cow’s Lungwort. 

L. Cromford, Painter, J.B. Blackwell Dale, Green C.D. Matlock, B. & N., 
J.B. Dovedale, C.D. Via Gellia, Gibbs. Kirk Dale, Ashford; Fern Dale, 
Monyash ; Beresford Dale. Middleton Dale, Pilkington. 

G2. Quarry west of Whatstandwell; Makeney, Pilkington. 

C. Dale Abbey, Glover. 

P. Markland Grips, The Naturalist. Cresswell; Steetley, Painter, Natt. 
Searcliffe Park Wood. 


SCROPHULARINES, 2293 


Tl. Osierbeds below Copse Hill, Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Miss Sandford. 
Bradley Churchyard ; Lodge Farm, Shirley; limepits, Snelston. 

T2. Morley, on railway banks, introduced, Whittaker, C.D. Breadsall, 
Hassé C.D. 


T3. Walls and roofs at Calke, rare, Pwrchas, J.B. Between Repton Park 
and Bretby, Wild Fl. Rept. Ticknall Quarry, Rept. F. & F. 
*V. Lychnitis /. 

Alien. E. Glover, 1829. 

L. Haddon Hall, very possibly relic of cultivation, Hb. Mason ! 
V. nigrum L. Black Mullein. 

Native. E. Banks, fields, roadsides. Local. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Alport, Painter, J.B. Abundant on broken ground near the stream. 


G2. Quarry on the hillside west of Whatstandwell; perhaps a relic of 
cultivation, B. d N., J.B. Stanton, Pilkington. 


V. nigrum x Thapsus. 
L. Alport Mill, near Youlgreave, Miss Armitage. 
G2. Quarry on the hillside west of Whatstandwell, B. & N., J.B. 


[V. virgatum Stokes. 
Casual. AE. 
G2. Rowsley, Hb. W.R. Linton. 
T2. Chellaston, Painter, Natt.] 


*V. Blattaria L. Moth Miullein, 
Denizen. E. Arable land, waysides. Rare. B. July-Sept. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
L. Haddon, Glover. 
G2. Crich, Nowers. 
C. Hardwick, Drabble. 
Tl. Arable land, Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Smith MSS. 


[V. phlomoides JL. 


Casual. 
L. Near Buxton, Ley, B.E.C. Repp., 1870 and 1872.] 


LINARIA Mil. 


*L. Cymbalaria Will = Lvy-leaved Toadflax. 

Denizen. Walls. Frequent. P. April-Nov. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Antirrhinum cymbalaria. 

L. Cromford; Wirksworth, Gibbs. Walls at Ashford, Baker, J.B. Worm- 
hill, Miller’s Dale, West, J.B. Matlock Bath, Painter, J.B. 

Gl. R. Derwent up to Derwent Chapel, Trent, C.M. Grindsbrook, Edale. 

G2. Walls near Overton Hall, Ashover, Bailey, B.L. Rec., 1881-2, 242. 
Hassop, Hb. Salt. Near Hathersage, Painter, Nat*. 


224 SCROPHULARINES, 


C. Old wall, Coxbench, Whittaker, Phyt. Nether Loads, Brampton; 
Cutthorpe. S. Normanton; Wingerworth, Pilkington. 

P, Glapwell. Pleasley, Pilkington. 

Tl. Shirley Bridge, Smith, MSS. Brailsford; Birch House Farm, Ednaston. 

T2, Risley, Hassé, C.D, Sawley, Trent, C.M. Morley, Glover. 

T3. Bretby, Gibbs. Calke, Blozam. Anchor Church, Nowers. Stanton- 
by-Bridge, Painter, Natt. Repton, on cricketfield wall, Wild Fl. Rept. 


L. Elatina Mill. Top. Bot. 296, ‘‘ Howitt Cat.” 

Native. E, Arable land. Local and rare, A. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. <Antirrhinum elatine. Sharp-pointed 
Fluellin. : 
C. Seen only once or twice at the Hague, Renishaw, Waterfall, C.D. 
Fritchley ; Wingerworth. Pinxton; Boozwood, near Holbrook, Pilkington. 

T3. Calke, Bloxam. 


*L. repens Mill. 
Casual, HK. 
T2. Near Hill Top, Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. 


L. vulgaris Will. Yellow Toad-flax, 

Native. BE. Banks, fields, waste places. Frequent. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Antirrhinuwm linaria. 

L. Up to 350 yards at Buxton, Rogers. Dry banks, Matlock, B. d& N., 
J.B, Bradwell Dale, Painter, Natt. Upper part of Dove Valley only, 
Purchas, J.B. 

G1. Railway bank, Bugsworth ; near Thornhill, Ashopton. 

G2, Wirksworth, Gibbs. Ambergate; Hillcliff Lane, Idridgehay. 

C. Bank of R, Rother, near Renishaw, Waterfall. Beighton to Ecking- 
ton; near Wingerworth, Gibbs. Kirk Hallam; Dale; Mapperley; Denby; 
Codnor. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. Scarcliffe; Langwith; Clowne; Whitwell. 

Tl. Wyaston, Smith MSS. Frequent about Derby, C.D. Mickleover; 
Findern, Bindley. Windley; Brailsford, in Slack Lane; Egginton Station ; 
Foston. 

T2. Breadsall, Glover. Near Trent Station; Sawley. 

T3. Near Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. Willington Station, Weld 
Fl. Rept. Egginton Common. 


L. viscida Mench. L. minor Desf. 

Colonist. E. Arable land, railway banks. Becoming frequent. A. June- 
Sept. 

First found, Salt, 1801; first record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Miller’s Dale; near Peak Forest Station, Painter, J.B. 

Gl. Waste ground, Bamford Station. 

G2, On ballast at Whatstandwell, B. d N., J.B. Hockley Pit, Ashover, 
Smith MSS. Near the Cromford Canal, Rogers. Wirksworth Station, Gibbs. 


SCROPHULARINE. DPA 


C. On railway at Millhouses, The Naturalist. Cornfields between 
Sheffield and Norton, Hb. Salt. On ballast at Hartington Pits, near Staveley, 
Waterfall. Railway between Chesterfield and Clowne, Painter, Natt. Tapton, 
Drabble. Dronfield and Dore Stations, abundant; Wingerworth; Sutton Station, 

P. Clowne; Elmton; Langwith Junction; Pleasley; Cresswell. 

Tl. Etwall Station, Gzbbs. 

T2. Railway bank, north of Long Eaton. 


ANTIRRHINUM J. 


*A. majus L. Snapdragon. 

Alien. Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Garden walls at Cromford, B. d N., J.B. Rushall House, and Burton 
Abbey Wall, Matlock, Garner. 


A. Orontium JL. Corn Snapdragon. 
Colonist. E. Cultivated land. Rare, A. July-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
L. Matlock Bath, Crewe & Whittaker. 
C, Pinxton, Pilkington. 
T2. Breadsall, Crewe d& Whittaker. 


SCROPHULARIA 1. 


S. aquatica LZ. Water Betony. 8. oblongifolia Loisel. 8S. Balbisii Hornem. 
Native. E. Streamsides, ditches, wet places. Frequent. P. June-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Wye banks in Monsal Dale, 200 yards, Baker, J.B. Bakewell, West, J.B. 
Singularly absent from the valley of the Dove and its immediate surroundings; 
Via Gellia, Purchas, J.B. Carsington. 

G2. Up to 250 yards in Lumsdale, B. dé N.,J.B. By the Cromford Canal, 
fiogers. Hillcliff Lane, near Ireton Wood; Ecclesbourn Brook, 

C. Common about Renishaw, Waterfall, Killamarsh, The Naturalist. 
Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. Markland Grips, The Natwralist. Cresswell Crags. 

Tl. Common in watery places about Derby, C.D. Markeaton; Shirley 
Marston-on-Dove ; Barton Blount, 

T2. Canalside near Spondon, 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. Tanyard Osierbed, Repton, 
Wild Fl. Rept. 


Var. cinerea Dum, 

This is the usual form in Britain, and probably all recorded here under 
the aggregate aquatica would be found to belong to the variety. 

L. Via Gellia, Purchas. By R. Wye, Ashford; Hartle Dale, Bradwell ; 
Scow Brook, near Hognaston. 

G2. Chatsworth; banks of the Derwent, near Little Eaton. 

C. Sheepbridge; Beighton; canal near Mastin Moor; New Stanton. 


Q 


226 SCROPHULARINE. 


P. Langwith Wood; Glapwell. 

T1. Between Ashbourne and Clifton, Purchas. Mickleover; Radbourn, 
Bindley. Hoon, Hatton; near the Dove, Sudbury; Hilton; a plant with pale 
lemon-coloured flowers occurs in quantity in marsh by the railway below 
Findern. 

T2. Between Chellaston and Swarkeston, Painter, Natt. Near Trent 
Station ; Trentlock; Sandiacre; Sawley. 

T3. Repton, Painter, Natt, Drakelow; brook above Egginton. 


S. umbrosa Dum. S. Ehrharti Stev. 
Native. EI. Bushy streamsides. Very rare. P. July-Aug. 
First record, Phyt. N.S., 1858, 64. 
G2. Near Cromford Village, Phyt. 
T3. Burton-on-Trent, Hb, Mason ! 


S. nodosa L. Figwort. 

Native. B. Hedgebanks, woods, ditchsides. Common. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Generally distributed. ‘“‘Common up to 400 yards over Castleton,” Baker, 
J.B. “Up to 300 yards over Matlock Bath,” B. d N., J.B. “A pale flowered 
variety with the type in the Via Gellia,” Purchas, J.B. 


MIMULUS J. 


*M. luteus ZL. Monkey-flower. 

Alien. Streamsides, wet places. Becoming frequent. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Rept. F. d& F., 1881. 

L. Chee Dale, West, J.B. Breadsall, Painter, Natt. Ashwood Dale. 

Gl. Stirrup wood; Mellor, Fl. Ashton. Hood Brook, above Hathersage. 

G2. By the Derwent, below Hathersage; brook west side of Stanton Park. 

P. Cresswell Crags. 

Tl. Damp roadside near Ashbourne, Miss Armitage. Ditch near the 
railway, Clifton. 

T2. Morley Brook, naturalized, Whittaker, C.D. Banks of the Derwent, 
between Breadsall and Darley, Crewe d Whittaker. 

T3. Knowl Hills, Rept. F. & F. 


LIMOSELLA J. 


L. aquatica 1. Mudwort. Top. Bot. ‘ Howitt sp.” 

Native. GE. Margins of ponds, watery places. Rare and local. A. July- 
Sept. 

First record, Watson’s N.B.G., 1837. 

C. Banks of Shipley Reservoir, abundantly in 1835, Watson’s N.B.G. 

Tl. The Pastures, Bradley, Purchas. 

T3. Willington; Repton Park, Hb. Mason. Marshy ground behind Fore- 
mark Hall, Rept. F. & F. 


SCROPHULARINEE. 227 


DIGITALIS Z. 


D. purpurea Ll. Foxglove. 

Native. bB. Bushy banks, heaths, woods, roadsides. Common except on 
limestone. B. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

“Tt marks with Pteris the upper boundary of the agrarian region,’ C.D. 
“Up to 500 yards on Axe Edge,” Baker, J.B. ‘The hills of limestone and 
gritstone in this neighbourhood [Wirksworth] are of nearly the same altitude, 
and dip into each other in a most singular manner.... Now the Digitalis 
grows so abundantly on the gritstone, from the summit of the hills to the 
bottom, that I have for years been in the habit of noticing that the different 
substrata may be determined by the presence or absence of this plant; for I have 
never seen a single plant on limestone, even where it has grown abundantly, 
within a few hundred yards, upon the sandstone,” W. Cambell in Loudon’s Mag. 
Nat. Hist. Sep. 26, 1838. In the white flowered plant, which occurs here and 
there with the type, the albinoism extends to the leaf-bases and petioles, which 
are devoid of any reddish purple hue. 


VERONICA lL. 


V. hedereefolia LZ. IJvy-leaved Speedwell. 

Native. B. Arable land, hedges, waste ground, gardens. Common. A. 
March-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

General throughout the County. ‘“‘As a garden weed at Cressbrook, about 


250 yards,” Rogers, J.B. 


V. polita Fr. Grey Speedwell. 
Native. BE. Cultivated ground. Common. A. Feb.-Oct. 
First record, Whittaker, Phyt. 1847. 
In all the districts ; upwards of 300 yards at Buxton. 


V. agrestis L. Green Speedwell, 
Native. B. Cultivated ground, waste places. Common. A. Feb.-Oct. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Generally distributed. ‘“‘A weed up to 250 yards” [Wye Valley], Baker, 
J.B. ‘ Ascends to 300 yards” [Matlock], B. é N., J.B. 


V. Tournefortii @ Gmel. V. persica Poir. V. Buxbaumii Ten. 
Denizen or Colonist. E. Arable land, waysides. Common. A. Feb.-Noy. 
First record, Painter, J.B., 1881. 
Generally distributed, though scarcely plentiful in any district. Seen in 
several places up to 3800 yards [Matlock], B. ¢& N., J.B. 


228 SCROPHULARINE®. 


V. arvensis LZ. Wall Speedwell. 

Native. B, Fields, waste ground, waysides, banks. Common. A. May- 
Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

General and abundant through the County, “Frequent up to 400 yards 
over Castleton,” Baker, J.B. 


V. serpyllifolia Z. 
Native. B. Pastures, arable land, waysides. Common. P. April-July. 


First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
* Up to 350 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


V. officinalis LZ. Speedwell. 

Native. B. Woods, banks, heathland, waysides. Frequent. P. May-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Buxton; Monsal Dale, Rogers: Matlock, Stevens. Great Rocks Dale. 

Gl. Axe Edge, near 500 yards, Painter, J.B. Hood Brook, Hathersage ; 
Hague Bar, New Mills. 

G2. Chatsworth; Kelstedge ; Ambergate. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Westthorpe; east of Totley; Linacre 
Wood, Brampton; Wingerworth; between Tibshelf and Hucknall. Pinxton, 
Pilkington. 

P. Langwith wood. 

T1. Mickleover; Radbourn, Painter, Natt. Dalebrook, Sudbury; Shirley. 
Kedleston Park; Derby, Pilkington. 

T2, Breadsall, etc., Crewe 4: Whittaker. Morley, Painter, J.B. 

T3. Dry hedgebanks on the Melbourne Road, Purchas, J.B. Near 
Burton-on-Trent ; Knowl Hills, Painter, J.B. d& Natt. Near Repton Shrubs, 
Wild Fl. Rept. 


V. Chameedrys L. Germander Speedwell. 

Native. B. Roadsides, hedgebanks. Common. P. April-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

“Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. ‘A form noted with distinctly 
petioled upper leaves by the Derwent, below Matlock Tor,” B. d N., J.B. 


V. montana L. Mountain Speedwell. 

Native. BE. Woods, shady places by streams. Local. P. May-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Chee Tor woods, 250 yards, Baker, J.B. Via Gellia, B. d N., JB 
Base of High Tor, Carr. Miller’s Dale, C.D. Haddon Hall, Rogers. Dovedale, 
Purchas. Near the cold springs, Buxton, Jewitt. 

C. Cobnar Wood, Sheepbridge; Hardwick Wood, near Wingerworth, The 
Naturalist d Gibbs. Dale, Hassé, C.D. Near Nether Loads, Brampton; 
Walton Wood. 


SCROPHULARINER. 229 


TI. Kirk Langley, Painter, Natt. Woods about Snelston Hall; copse by 
Shirley brickyard; by Brook Farm, Cubley. Nutwood, Darley, near Derby, 
Pilkington. 

T2. Copses N.W. of Hopwell Hall, Smith MSS. ’ Bartlewood ; Breadsall ; 
Hassé, C.D. Dale Abbey Woods; Morley, Painter, J.B. d& C.D. 

T3. Burton, Hb. Mason! Calke, Bloxam, Repton Shrubs, Painter, J.B. 


V. scutellata Z. Marsh Speedwell. 

Native. B. Marshes, moist heathland, ditches. Local. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Chee Dale. 

GI. Axe Edge, West, J.B. Near the S.W. corner of the Reservoir. Chapel- 
en-le-Frith, Barker. Combes Moss, Painter, J.B. Near the Snake Inn. 

G2. Umberley Brook, near Chatsworth, 

C. Morley Moor, Crewe d& Whittaker. Bog at Holymoorside, Drabble. 
Great Pond, Wingerworth; Sutton Scarsdale; Ault Hucknall. 

P. Cresswell Crags; Markland Grips. 

TI. Between Wyaston and Osmaston Brook, Miss Sandford. Near Derby, and 
in ditches on the Ashbourne Road, and Allestree, Glover. Near R. Dove, Clifton. 

T2. Marsh at Sawley Junction. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Near Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Egginton Heath, 
Pilkington. 


V. Anagallis-aquatica L. Water Speedwell. WV. Anagallis L. 

Native. B. Ditches, ponds, streams. Frequent. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Wye Valley, 350 yards, Baker, J.B. KR. Dove; Cromford Dale, B. dé N., 
J.B. Via Gellia, Gibbs. Matlock, Stevens. Chee Dale, Waterfall. Ashwood 
Dale, Jewitt. Haddon, Bindley. 

G2. By the Derwent above Allestree; below Bubnell Cliff, Baslow. 

C. §S. Normanton, Pilkington. 

P. Cresswell, Painter, Natt. 

TI. Longford, towards Boylestone; Barton Fields; near the Dove, Sudbury. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


Var. anagalliformis Bor. 

L. Watercourse near the Pig of Lead, Cromford, Bailey, B.L. Rec., 1884-6, 
131. Brough; Ashford; Middleton Dale; Chee Tor; Brightgate, Matlock. 

P. Near Nether Langwith. 

Tl. Foston, near Norbury. 

T2, Sandiacre; Long Eaton; Sawley. 

T3. By the Dove, Egginton, 


V. Beccabunga L. Brool:lime. 
Native. B. Ditches, streams, ponds. Common. P. May-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Common in swamps. ‘Up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


230 SCROPHULARINES, 


EUPHRASIA lL. 


BE. officinalis L. Lye-bright. 

Native. B. Heathland, pastures, roadsides. Frequent and rather local. 
A. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Locally abundant. ‘“‘Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


Var. stricta Host. 
G2, Old limestone quarry, Fallgate, Ashover. 
Tl. Roadside between Rodsley and Yeaveley. 


stricta x ? Rostkoviana. E. hybrida Wettst. 
Tl. Edlaston Coppy. 


Var. brevipila Burnat & Gremli. 
L. The Winnatts, Castleton ; at Wardlow; Chee Dale. 
G1. Combes Moss; near the Snake Inn. 
G2. Near the large pond, Chatsworth; Bar Brook, above Baslow. 


Var. nemorosa H. Mart. 

L. Matlock (H. & J. Groves, 1881), and near Buxton (1884), J.B., 1897. 
Bradwell. 

G2. Ambergate; Fallgate, Ashover, and above Woolley. 

C. Near Millthorpe; Barlborough. 

P Markland Grips; Scarcliffe Park; near The Walls, Whitwell. 

Tl. By Yeldersley Rough, near Ashbourne, B.H.C. Rep., 1889, 279. 


nemorosa x Rostkoviana. E. glanduligera Wettst. 
L. Buxton, Townsend, J.B., 1897. 
Tl. Edlaston Coppy. 


Var. curta Fr. B.E.C. Rep. for 1900, 1901. 

L. Back Dale, near Hindlow, the v. glabrescens Wetts., B.H.C. Rep., 1902. 

Gl. Poor Piece, Slackhall, near Chapel-en-le-Frith; roadside near Lady- 
bower Inn, Ashopton. 

C. Near the Peacock Inn, 1,100 ft. 

Tl. Between Osmaston and Ladyhole, near Ashbourne, the v. glabrescens, 
B.H.C. Rep., 1902. 


Var. gracilis Fr. 
L. Buxton, Hb. Mason! Taddington, Crewe d Whittaker. 


Var. Rostkoviana Hayne. 

L. Buxton, Townsend (1884), J.B., 1897. Side of field near Wardlow Hay 
Cop, Melvill in B.E.C. Rep. for 1898. 

G2. Near the large pond in Chatsworth Park. 

P. Near The Walls, Whitwell, and Whitwell Wood; near Upper Langwith. 


Var. campestris Jord. 
L. Buxton, Townsend, J.B., 1897. 


SCROPHULARINER, 231 


Var. Kerneri Wettst. 
L. Near Matlock, H. d& J. Groves (1881), J.B., 1897. Dirty Rake, near 
Longstone Edge. 


BARTSIA ll. 


B. Odontites Hids. Red Eye-bright. Red Rattle.  Odontites rubra P. 

Euphrasia Odontites L. 

Native. B. Arable land, waysides, waste ground. Frequent. A. June- 
Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Wye Valley, up to 250 yards at Chee Tor, Baker, J.B. Dovedale; 
Matlock, B. d N., J.B. Bradwell; Hope, Painter, Natt. Pin Dale; Brough; 
Dirty Rake, near Eyam; near Great Hucklow. 

Gl. Near Stirrup Wood, Fl. Ashton. Near Lose Hill. 

G2. Near the Cromford Canal, Rogers. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Shatton ; 
Froggatt. 

C, About Renishaw, Waterfall. Holmesfield, Painter, Natt, Coal Aston; 
Loscoe; near Crowhole, Barlow; West Hallam. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. Bolsover. 

Tl. Boylestone, Gibbs. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Radbourn Lane, 
Glover. Grassy places about Derby, C.D. Shirley; Hoon, near Hatton; 
Yeldersley. 

T2. Ockbrook, Painter, Natt. Breadsall, Glover. Risley Park. 

T3. Near White Lees, Ticknall, Purchas, J.B.  Bretby, Gibbs. Brook 
End, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Between Milton and Repton Rocks, Rept. F. & F. 
Egginton Common. 


Var. verna (Reichb). 
C. Hollins, near Old Brampton. 


Var. serotina (Reichb). 
L. Miller’s Dale, Waterfall, Suppt. to Watson’s B.H.C. Rep., 1899. 
G2, Fallgate, near Ashover. 
C. Cordwell, near Unthank. 


PEDICULARIS l. 


P. palustris LZ. Marsh Lousewort. 

Native. B. Bogs, marshes. Local. A. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Gl. Woodseats, near Castleton. 

G2. Tansley Moor, Stevens. 

P. Scarcliffe Park Wood; near the Walls, Whitwell. Pleasley, Pilkington. 

Tl. Quarndon Common, Glover. Bog below Bradley Wood. Mackworth, 
Pilkington. 

T2. Breadsall, Glover. 

T3. Bog at Foremark Park, Purchas, J.B. Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


Dap yen SCROPHULARINEE. 


P. silvatica LZ. Heath Lousewort. 


Native. B. Heathland, pastures, waysides, woods. Frequent. A. May- 
Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Matlock, Stevens. Bradwell, Painter, Natt. Thorpe, Rowland, C.D. 
Longstone Edge; Brightgate, near Matlock Bridge. 

G1, Chinley; Combes Moss; near the Snake Inn; Allport Dale. 

G2, Dethick Moor; Wigwell Park, Gibbs. Whatstandwell, Bindley. 
Shatton ; near Hathersage; Froggatt. 

C, Fields between Norton and Eckington; Dore Moor, The Naturalist. 
Near Renishaw, Waterfall. Brackenfield Green. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Shirley; Longford; Cubley Common; 
Radbourn; marshes below Findern. 

T2. Ockbrook; Morley, C.D. Breadsall, Glover. 

T3. Foremark, Hagger, C.D. Winshill, Nowers. Repton Rocks, Wild F 
Rept. 


RHINANTHUS 1. 


R. Crista Galli Z. Yellow Rattle. 


Native. B. Meadows, pastures, waysides. Common. A. May-July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Abundant everywhere. ‘‘Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


Var. stenophyllus (Schur.). 
C. Near the Peacock Inn, Owler Bar. 
Tl. Brailsford to Mercaston; abundant in and about Shirley. 


MELAMPYRUM J. 


M. pratense Ll. Cow Wheut. 


Native. B. Heaths, bushy places, woodland. Local. A. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. M. sylvaticum. 

L. Matlock, Pilkington. 

G1. Charlesworth, Fl. Ashton. Hayfield, Bindley. Near Goyt’s Bridge; 
Jagger’s Clough; near the Snake Inn, Ashopton; Hood Brook, Hathersage ; 
Upper Hurst Brook, Bamford. 

G2. Tansley Moor, Stevens. Eyam Moor; Froggatt; by the Derwent, 
below Mytham Bridge; Bar Brook, above Baslow; Redcar Brook, above 
Dore. 

C. Barlow Lees; The Moss, Mosbrough; between Troway and Norton ; 
east of Totley; Nether Loads, Brampton; Moor Lawn Copse, Holymoorside, 
Morley Moor, on the side nearest to Horsley Castle, Glover. 

Tl. Yeldersley Lane; Shirley Park. 

T2. Morley, Painter, Natt. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Wood near Repton Rocks, Rept. F. d F. 


SCROPHULARINER. OROBANCHACES, 233 


Var. ericetorum D. Oliver. 
G1, Charlesworth Coombs, Fl. Ashton. 


Var. montanum Jobnst. 
C, Breadsall Moor, Crewe d: Whittaker. Moors above Holymoorside, 
Drabble. 


‘OROBANCHACEA. 


OROBANCHE 1. 


O. major L. Greater Broom-rape. O. Rapum Thuill. Top. Bot., 299. 
Native. E. Parasitical on broom and gorse. Very rare. P. June-July, 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Top of Hag Tor, Gem of the Peak. In the highest part of the woods 
upon the rock opposite Matlock Bath, Glover, Stevens records probably the 
same, but gives the name of O. elatior. 

G2, Stanton Moor, Hassé, C.D. Little Katon, Glover, 

C. Between Holbrook and Alfreton, Pilkington. 

T2. Dale Hills, Crewe ¢& Whittaker. 

T3. Repton Rocks, near the pond, Wild Fl. Rept. 


*O. ramosa L. 

Casual. Glover, 1829. 

T3. In a young fir plantation by the side of a high cornfield, at Ingleby, 
near Anchor Church, Glover. 


O. minor Ll. 
Native. E. Cloverfields, waste ground. Very rare. P? or A? July-Aug. 
First record, Crewe d: Whittaker, 1864. 
T2. Cloverfields, Breadsall, Crewe d& Whittaker. 


LATHRASA L. 


L. Squamaria L. Broom-rape. 

Native. E. Parasite on roots of hazel, laurel, &c. Local and rare. A. 
April-May. 

First record, Withering, 1789. 

L. Via Gellia; Matlock Bath; Monsal Dale, Painter, J.B. On laurels 
at Churchdale, Ashford, Miss Fenton. 

Gl. Near Strines towards Marple, Barker. Stirrup Wood, Fl. Ashton. 
Mellor, Painter, J.B. 

G2. Derwent Bank, near Cromford Station, Gibbs. 

C. Dale Abbey, on hazel and elms, tolerably plentiful, B.L. Rec., 18738, 22. 

P. Pleasley Park, Pilkington. Whitwell, Friend. 

T2. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. 

T3. Calke Park, Wild Fl. Rept. On laurel roots at Calke Abbey, I believe 
now extinct, Purchas, J.B, 


934 LENTIBULARIE, VERBENACE®. 


LENTIBULARIEA. 
UTRICULARIA 1. 


U. vulgaris L. Bladderwort. Top. Bot. ‘‘Bloxam sp.” 


Native. B. Pools, slow streams, Very rare. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

T3. Ponds near Swarkeston Bridge, formerly, Painter, J.B. Old Trent 
pools, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


PINGUICULA 1. 
P. vulgaris LZ. Butterwort. 

Native. SB. Bogs and marshes, woods and rillsides in mountains. Local. 
P. May-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Monk’s Dale, Wormhill, 350 yards, West, J.B. Near Bradwell, 
Painter, Natt. Rocks opposite Pigg Tor, Buxton, Jewitt. Topley Pike, C.D. 
Brook Bottom, Tideswell; Conies Dale, Peak Forest; rocks on the north side of 
Eldon Hill. ; 

G1. Buxton Old Road, near Wythen Lache, Barker. Kinderscout, Fl. 
Ashton. Foot of Axe Edge; Hadfield, Painter, Natt. dé J.B. Side of Win Hill, 
Gibbs. R. Sett, south of Hayfield; Jagger’s Clough. 

G2. Moors near Dore, The Naturalist! Woodland at Froggatt, Linton. 
Burbage Brook; Umberley Brook, near Chatsworth. 

P. Swampy ground, east side of Scarcliffe Park Wood. 

Tl. Boggy ground, south of Old Covert, Mugginton, Fezlden. 


VERBENACEA. 
VERBENA 1. 


V. officinalis 2. Vervain. 

Native. EH. Dry places on gravel or limestone. Rare and local. P. 
July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Stmpler’s Joy. 

L. Bottom of the Via Gellia, B. d N., J.B. Winster, Milnes, C.D. 

G2, Duffield Bridge, Glover. 

Tl. Quarndon; Mackworth, near Mr. Bennet’s and the Church, Pilkington. 

T2. Between Ockbrook and Borrowash, Smith MSS. Little Chester ; 
Morley, Whittaker, Phyt. & Painter, J.B. 

T3. Calke, Rept. F. d& F., in one spot only, Purchas, J.B. Winshill, 
N.H., Tutb. Winton; Melbourne, Painter, J.B. 


LABIAT. 235 


LABIATA. 


MENTHA 2. 


M. rotundifolia Huds. Top. Bot. ‘‘ Derby ? Wood in Phytol.” 
Native? E. Damp grass, banks of streams. Very rare. P. Aug,.-Sept. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
L. Miller’s Dale, Painter, J.B. Mill Dale, Hb. Mason! 
Tl. Waste ground near Kedleston Rectory, Bindley. Near a brook on 
the Uttoxeter Road, Glover. 
T3. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


M. alopecuroides Hui. 
Denizen. Waste places, roadsides. Rare. P. Aug.-Sept. 
First record, The Flora. 
C. Brackenfield Green; roadside, Wessington. 
G2. Ambergate; Kelstedge. 
Tl. Escape, by the Hollies Farm, Yeldersley. 


M. longifolia Huds. Horse Mint. M. silvestris L. 

Native. E. Riversides, watery places. Local. P. Aug.-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Cromford Dale; bottom of the Via Gellia, B. d N., J.B. In one spot 
only in Dovedale, Purchas, J.B. By R. Bradford, below Youlgreave. 

G2. Lindup Wood, Gem of the Peak. Laneside near Beeley Hill Top. 

C. Pinxton, Pilkington. Aldercar, Painter, J.B. 

Tl. Near Marston Montgomery, Smith MSS. (See B.E.C. Rep. for 1897, 
560). 

T2. Banks of R. Derwent, Breadsall, Crewe & Whittaker. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Repton, near the Tan-yard, Wild Fl. Rept. 


Var. nemorosa Willd. 

L. Near the Pig of Lead, Cromford, Bailey, C.D.! On the Cromford 
plant M. Malinvaud remarked in litt.: ‘Proles hybrida e M. rotundifolia et 
silvestrt.” 


*M. viridis LZ. Spear Mint. 
Alien. Streamsides, pastures, waste places. Rare. P. Aug.-Sept. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
L. Banks of the Lathkil, below Alport, Watson’s N.B.G. 
G2. Banks of the Derwent, Duffield, Glover. Beeley. 
Tl. Shirley Brook, below the Mill; Green Lane, Norbury. 
T2. R. Derwent, near Breadsall, Watson’s N.B.G. 


M. piperita L. Peppermint. 
Native. E. Ditches, streamsides, damp ground. Frequent. P. Aug-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
L. Cromford Dale, fully native, B. d N., J.B. In a mountain. rivulet in 
Bonsall Dale, Sm. Eng. Fl. Via Gellia, Crewe d- Whittaker. 


236 LABIAT, 


Gl. Near Higher Crossings, and at Tunstead, Chapel-en-le-Frith ; Hood 
Brook, Hathersage. Pingett Wood, Low Leighton, Pilkington. 

G2. Cromford Canal, south of Whatstandwell Railway Station, B. & N., J.B. 
Wet meadows, Lea Bridge, Miss Armitage. By the brook south east of Belper ; 
near Ireton Wood towards Cross-o’-th’-Hands; Abney Clough; Bramley, near 
Hassop; Baslow ; Kelstedge. 

C. Roadside, Calow; Westthorpe; between Greenhill and Bradway ; 
Brackenfield Green, S. Normanton, Pilkington. 

P. Upper Langwith. 

T1. Ashbourne; between Repton Common and Cubley, Smith, MSS. 
Yeaveley ; Cockshead Lane; Barton Park. 

T3. Winshill, Painter, J.B. Anchor Church, Glover. 


M. hirsuta Hads. Water Mint. 
Native. B. Riversides, canals, ditches, marshes. Common. P. Aug.-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
General through the County. ‘‘ Wye Valley, up to 350 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


Var. subglabra (Baker). 
T3. Burton-on-Trent, Hb. Mason! Bretby, Nowers. 


Var. citrata (Ehrh.). 
Wet ditch in Derbyshire where it does not flower, Miss Stubbs, 1876; “I 
think this is rightly named,’ Boswell, B.E.C. Rep., 1876, 28. 


M. sativa LZ. WM. arvensis x hirsuta F. Schultz. 

Native. BE. Streamsides, ditches, pools, wet places. Frequent. P. 
Aug.-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Monsal Dale; Miller’s Dale, 250 yards, Baker, J.B. Matlock, B. d N., 
J.B. Youlgreave, Painter, J.B. Via Gellia, Rogers. Brough; Hope Station. 

Gl. Between Bugsworth and New Mills, Rogers. Near Castleton; 
Hathersage, and Hood Brook. 

G2. Abney Clough; Froggatt; Grindleford Bridge; millpool above Woolley, 
Ashover Hay. 

C. Canal north of Chesterfield; by pool one mile east of Killamarsh; by 
Pebley Pond. : 

Tl. Shirley; Longford, B.H.C., Rep., 1890, 308. 

T2. Derby, Painter, J.B. 

T3. Burton-on-Trent, Harris, C.D. 
Var. paludosa (Sole). 

L. Monsal Dale, Baker, J.B. Matlock, B. & N., J.B. Chee Dale, 
Waterfall. 

Gl. Between Castleton and Back Tor; between Hope and Edale. 

G2. Cromford Canal, Rogers. 

C. Brackenfield Green. 

Tl. About Dog Lanes, Atlow ; Sudbury, by the railway, towards Scropton. 


LABIATAE. 257 


Var. subglabra Baker. 
L. Pin Dale, near Castleton. 


M. rubra ‘Sm. 

Native. E. Pond margins, ditchsides, riverbanks, Rather rare. P. 
Aug.-Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

G1. Between Milton and Hilltop, Whaley Bridge. 

G2. Beeley Hill Top; between Shottle and Shottle Gate. 

C. Walton Wood; Freebirch, Old Bampton; by Great Pond, Winger- 
worth ; Press Reservoirs. 

Tl. Shirley Mill; by pond below Yeldersley Hall; Hulland Ward Gate, 
and south side of Hulland Moss; near Eaton Wood. 

T2. Moor Lane Top to Green Lane, Ockbrook, Smith MSS. 

T3. Near the Pot Works, Ticknall, Purchas, J.B. 


M. gentilis JL. 

Native. EH. Watery places, streamsides. Rare. P. Aug.-Sept. 

First record, Rogers, B.L. Rec., 1884. 

L. By R. Wye in Miller’s Dale, two or three plants, Rogers, J.B. Thorpe, 
Nowers. Chee Dale, near Blackwell Mill. 

Gl. Between Bamford and Mytham Bridge. 

G2. Abney Clough; Shatton; a little south of Fox House Inn, and by 
Burbage Brook, the latter plant approaching M. rubra, 


Var. Wirtgeniana F. Schultz. 
Gl. Hope, Hb. Mason! 


M. arvensis L. Field Mint. 

Native. B. Fields, ponds, ditches, wet places. Frequent. P. July- 
Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Cornfields, Wormhill, 350 yards, West, J.B. Cultivated ground, rare, 
Matlock, B. & N., J.B. Youlgreave; Kingsterndale, Painter, J.B. & C.D. 
Longstone Moor, 

Gl. Near Glossop; Edale, at Ladybower; Hope Station; Hood Brook, 
Hathersage. 

G2. Belper; near Owler Tor; Curbar; Ambergate. 

C. Loscoe. 

Tl. Shirley; Church Broughton; Etwall; Blackwall. 

T2. Spondon Fields, Smith MSS. Breadsall, Crewe & Whittaker. Near 
Locko, C.D. 

T3. About Calke and Repton, Purchas, J.B. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. 


Var. Nummularia (Schreb.). 


Tl. Yeldersley, near the Hollies Farm,’ B.L.C. Rep., 1890. 308. 
T3. Repton Shrubs, Hb. Mason! 


238 LABIATA, 


Var. agrestis (Sole). 
G1. Ashopton. 


Var. preécox (Sole). 
G2. Near Chatsworth. 
C. Near Barlow. 


Var. Allionii (Bor.). 
Tl. The Old Waste, Darley Moor, north of Cubley, B.H.C. Rep., 1888, 187. 
A form between M. arvensis and M. sativa occurred at Shirley (T1.), B.E.C. 


Rep., 1889, 266. 


M. Pulegium Ll. Penny Royal. 

Native. E. Wet heaths, pond margins. Very rare. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

C. Near Beighton, about eight miles from Sheffield, Hb. Salt, 1800. 
Pinxton, Pilkington. 

Tl. Radbourn and Langley Commons, Pilkington. 

T2. Ockbrook Common, Pilkington. 

The plant is extinct at most if not all the above stations, and has not been 
observed in the County in recent years. 


LYCOPUS J. 


L. europeeus L. Gipsywort. Water Horehound. 

Native. B. Streams, ditches, ponds, wet places. Frequent. P. July- 
Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

G2. Ambergate. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Ault Hucknall; Loscoe; canal below 
Mastin Moor; near Shipley Gate; New Stanton; Alfreton. S. Normanton; 
Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. By Cresswell Crags. 

Tl. Near Yeaveley Church, Smith MSS. Edlaston, towards Norbury, 
Miss Sandford. Burnaston; Findern, Painter, Natt. Between Brailsford and 
Mercaston, in Wood Lane; Hatton; between Longford and Boylestone. 

T2. Canal near Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Derby, Painter, J.B.  Bor- 
rowash, by canal; Sandiacre; Sawley ; Long Eaton. 

T3. Ponds in Calke Park, Watson’s N.B.G. Bretby Park; Repton 
Rocks; Foremark Bottoms, Gzbbs. Burton, Hb. Mason! Repton, Wild Fl. 
Rept. 


ORIGANUM 1. 


O. vulgare LZ. Marjoram. 

Native. BE. Dry banks, mostly on limestone. Locally abundant. P. 
July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington 1789. 


LABIATH. 239 


L.  Ascends to 400 yards at Peveril Castle, Baker, J.B. About Buxton ; 
Castleton ; Dovedale; Youlgreave, Painter, J.B. Chee Dale; Matlock Bath, 
Rowland, C.D. Cromford; Wirksworth, Gibbs. Ashford, white-flowered ; Brad- 
well; Conies Dale, Peak Forest. 

G2. Crich, Pilkington. Stokemoor Wood, near Grindleford Bridge; Fall- 
gate, Ashover. 

P. Bolsover ; Clowne; Elmton; Cresswell, and Cresswell Crags. 

Tl. Limepits, Snelston Common. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. 


THYMUS lL. 
T. Serpyllum fr. Wild Thyme. 


Native. B. Limestone dales, dry pastures, heathy banks. Locally abun- 
dant. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Buxton; Castleton; Dovedale, Painter, J.B. Matlock Bath, Rowland, 
C.D. Diamond Hill, Rogers. Middleton Dale, Hb. Salt. Oxlow Rake; 
Bradwell; Ashford; Longstone Edge. 

Gl. Common up to 500 yards, Baker, J.B. Near Hayfield, Fl. Ashton. 
Win Hill. 

G2. Baslow, Painter, J.B. Eyam Moor; near Calton House, Chatsworth. 

P. Roadside near Bolsover; Clowne ; Elmton; Scarcliffe; Markland Grips; 
Houghton. 

Tl. lLimekilns near Snelston, Miss Sandford. Turnditch, Painter, Natt. 
Littleover ; Radbourn Common, Pilkington. 

T3. Between Crewe’s Pond and Bretby, Rept. F. & F. Calke, Bloxam. 
Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Linton, sparingly, approaching the form 
Chamedrys, N.H. Tutb. 


CALAMINTHA J. 
C. Clinopodium Spenn. Wild Basil. 


Native. BE. Hedgebanks, waysides, woods, pastures. Frequent. P. 
July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Lathkil Dale; Via Gellia; Monsal Dale; Bradwell, Painter, J.B. & 
Natt. Matlock, Barrow. Up to 350 yards [Wye Valley], Baker, J.B. Ashwood 
Dale; Miller’s Dale, Rogers. Dovedale; between Thorpe and Mappleton, 
Purchas, J.B. Middleton Dale. = 

G2. By the Cromford Canal, Rogers. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Manners 
Wood, near Bakewell. 

P. Bolsover; Palterton; Clowne; Scarcliffe; Cresswell Crags. Glapwell, 
Pilkington. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Near Meynell Langley; about Allestree 
and Quarndon ; Longford 


240 LABIATAE. 


T2. Breadsall, &c., Crewe & Whittaker. Sandiacre. Chaddesden Turnpike, 
Pilkington. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. 
Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


GC. arvensis Lan. Basil Thyme. C. Acinos Clairv. 

Native. BE. Dry fields and banks. Local. A. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Thymus acinos. 

L. Flagg Dale, Wormhill, 300 yards, West, J.B. Monsal Dale, Miss Fenton. 
Youlgreave; Stony Middleton Dale, Watson’s N.B.G. Dovedale, Painter, J.B. 
Brassington Rocks, Gibbs. High Peak Railway, Matlock, Stevens. Bonsall, 
Crewe & Whittaker. Between New Inn and Lode Mill, Purchas. Cressbrook 
Dale. 

C. Holbrook, Whittaker, Phyt. 

P. Glapwell, Pilkington. 

Tl. Limekilns, near Snelston, Miss Sandford. 

T3. Between Ticknall and Repton, Purchas, J.B. Foremark, Painter, J.B. 


C. parviflora Lam. Lesser Calamint. C. Nepeta Sav. 

Native. EG. Dry banks. Very rare. P, August. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

C. S. Normanton, Pilkington. Was this a mistake? Pilkington does not 
mention the commoner C, officinalis. 

T2. Ockbrook, Bland (1875) in Smith MSS. 


C. officinalis Mench. Calamint. CO. menthefolia Host. 

Native. E. limestone rocks, dry banks. Local and rather rare. P. 
July-Sept. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

L. Via Gellia ; Cromford, Milnes, C.D. Matlock Bath, Rowland, C.D 

P. Cresswell Crags. 

T2. Morley, Crewe ¢& Whittaker. Ockbrook, Painter, J.B. 

T3. Gravel pit, Repton Park (Blowam), Purchas, J.B. Linton, Painter, 
J.B. 


*Salvia pratensis LZ. Meadow Clary. 
Alien, G. 
G2. Crich, Pilkington. 
T3. Swarkeston, Wild Fl. Rept. 


NEPHTA Jl. 


N. Cataria Z. Catmint. 
Native. EG. Hedges, dry stony or rocky places. Rare. P. July-Sept. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
L. Matlock, Stevens. Via Gellia, Crewe & Whittaker. 
P. Cresswell Crags. 
T3. Ticknall, Purchas, J.B., 1891, 344. In the Park, Calke, Bloxam. 
Linton, N.H. Twutb. 


‘LABIAT. 2471 


N. Glechoma Benth. Ground Ivy. Glechoma hederacea L. 

Native. B. Hedges, banks, pastures, woods. Common. P. April-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Gill. Robin-run-in-the-hedge. Common 
everywhere. “Up to 450 yards near cottages over Burbage,” Baker, J.B. 
“Mr. Hardcastle found for many successive years a beautiful pure , white 
variety growing in a shady corner by the brook which runs through the 
meadows between the Uttoxeter Road and Thornhill Farm,” Glover. A white 
flowered variety near Ashbourne, Garner. The form hirsuta at Burton, Hb. 
Mason. 


SCUTELLARIA I. 


S. galericulata L. Skull-cap. 

Native. B. Ponds, canals, streams, wet places. Not uncommon. P. June 
Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Gl. Backtor Wood, Edale, 300 yards, Linton. 

G2. Cromford Canal, Rowland, C.D. lLumsdale Reservoirs, abundant, 
and banks of canal at Whatstandwell, B. d N. J.B. Under Birchen Edge, and 
by Bar Brook, Baslow; under White Edge, above Froggatt, over 300 yards; 
by the Derwent, above Allestree. 

C. Banks of canal, Renishaw, Waterfall. Loscoe; canal near Shipley 
Gate; near Kirk Hallam; Birleyhay, Ford ; Hardwick Park and Wood; Pebley 
Pond; New Stanton. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

Tl. Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Smith MSS. Canal, Findern; Mugginton, 
Painter, Natt. Yeldersley Lane; Shirley Park; Barton Blount; Marston-on- 
Dove; Breward’s Car, Mugginton. 

T2. R. Derwent, Alvaston; Borrowash, Smith MSS. Banks of Canal, 
Breadsall, Crewe d Whittaker. Thrumpton Ferry; Sandiacre; R. Erewash, 
near Long Eaton. 

T3. Side of pond at Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby Park; Repton Rocks, 
Gibbs. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Egginton. 


S. minor His. Lesser Skull-cap. 
Native. EA. Wet places on heaths, marshes. Very rare. P. June-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
C. Abundant in Salter Sich, near the Peacock Inn; by the stream by 


Greave’s Piece, west of Smeekley Wood; Brackenfield Green; Wessington 
Common. Pinxton, Pilkington. 


Ss Calke, Bloram. Repton Rocks, Nowers, 1883. Repton Shrubs, 
Painter, J.B. 


PRUNELLA J. 
P. vulgaris L. Self-heal. Brunella al. 


Native. B. Pastures, waysides, waste ground. Common. P. June-Oct. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 


R 


242, LABIATA, 


Abundant everywhere. ‘‘Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. A white 
flowered form has occurred at Malcoff, Chapel-en-le-Frith (G1), and near Ford 
(C); and a light rose flowered form at Loscoe (C), near Hognaston towards 
Atlow (T1), and near Trentlock (T2), 


*Melittis Melissophyllum /. 
Alien. A. 
Tl. Between Sinfin and Barrow, Glover, 1829. 


*Marrubium vulgare Ll. White Horehound. 
Alien or Denizen. E. Waste ground, roadsides. Very rare. P. July-Oct. 
L. Middleton Dale, Pilkington, 1789. 
T3. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


STACHYS 1. 


S. Betonica Benth. Wood Betony. Betonica officinalis L. 

Native. EB. Woodland, fields, hedges. Common. P. June-Oct. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

In all the districts. ‘‘Ascends to 350 yards on the hill above Miller’s Dale 
Station,” Rogers, J.B. 


S. palustris 2. Warsh Woundwort, 

Native. Bb. Streamsides, canals, moist arable land, woods. Fairly frequent. 
P. June-Sept. 

First record, Jewitt, 1811. 

L. R. Derwent, Matlock Bridge, B. & N., J.B. Near Dovedale, Pwrchas. 
Near Buxton, Jewitt. Brough, Painter, Natt. R. Wye, at Ashford. 

G1. Above Castleton, under Back Tor. 

G2. Near Wirksworth, Gibbs. Beeley; Ambergate. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Near Codnor Park Station; pool east of 
Killamarsh; Denby Common; canal near Kirk Hallam; Beighton; mill pond 
N.E. of Fritchley. : 

Tl. Edlaston; Yeaveley, Smith MSS. Findern; Mackworth, Painter, Natt. 
Near the Dove, Sudbury. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe d& Whittaker. Spondon, Painter, J.B. Thrumpton 
Ferry; canal at Sandiacre; near Long Eaton. 

T3. Calke Mill, Purchas, J.B. Drakelow, N.H. Tutb. Egginton, Hb. Mason! 
Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Osierbeds, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


S. ambigua Sm. S. palustris x silvatica. 

Native. B. Damp hedgesides, ditches. Rare. P. June-Sept. 

First record, V.H. Tutb., 1863. 

Gl. Mellor, Fl. Ashton. 

G2. Roadbanks, Baslow to Hassop, Bailey, B.L. Rec., 1878, 11. Tansley, 
Carr, 

C. Millpond N.E. of Fritchley. 


LABIAT. 943 


Tl. Between Derby and Mackworth, a form near S. silvatica, the leaves 
more ovate, the serratures more convex-sided, the flowers smaller and darker, 
Purchas, J.B. Mugginton, Painter, Natt. 

T2. Morley, Hassé, C.D. 

T3. Lower plantation, Calke, Bloram. Stapenhill, N.H. Tutb. Willington; 
Linton, Painter, J.B. 


S. silvatica 2. Hedge Woundwort. 
Native. B. Hedges, ditches, waysides, woods. Common. P. June-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Everywhere abundant. ‘“ Up to 400 yards near Waterloo Inn,” Baker, J.B. 


S. arvensis /. 

Native. B. Arable land on sand or gravel. Rare. A. May-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

G2. Near Duffield, Painter, J.B. 

C. Dale, Hassé, C.D. Near Dore Station; Mosbrough. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. Elmton, 

Tl. Near Bradley Park Farm. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe &: Whittaker. Waste ground at Long Eaton. 

T3. Bridle road to Swarkeston, Blovam. Repton Waste, Gibbs. Egginton; 
Cauldwell, Painter, Natt. d: J.B. Drakelow, H.N. Tutb. 


GALEOPSIS J. 


G. Ladanum JL. hb. G. intermedia Vill. 
Native? EB. Arable land. Very rare. A. July-Sept. 
First record, J.B., 1895, 186. 
P. Cultivated land near Elmton. 


G. angustifolia Ehrh. Red Hemp Nettle. 

Native. EB, Arable land, waste ground, waysides. Rare. A. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Narrow-leaved Nettle. 

L. Matlock, Smith MSS. Monsal Dale; Peak Forest Station, Painter, J.B. 
Roadside, two or three miles from Bakewell, towards Buxton; Lathkil Dale, on 
the banks of the Lathkil near One Ash, Watson’s N.B.G. Dovedale, Purchas. 

C. Totley, Painter, Natt. (G. Ladanum). Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. Bolsover. 


G. versicolor Cut. G. speciosa Mill. 

Colonist. SB. Arable land, wood borders. Rare. A. July-Sept. 

First record, Bot. Guide, 1805. 

L. Youlgreave, Purchas! Near Arbor Low (Arbelows), Green, C.D. 
Bradwell, Painter, Natt, About Matlock Bath, Bot. Guide. Near Bonsall, 
Drabble. Great Shacklow Wood; Peak Forest. 

G1. Hayfield, Sunderland, C.D. 

G2. Dutfield, Bot. Guide. Near Ball Cross, Edensor. 


944 LABIATAE. 


C. Near Renishaw, Painter, Nat’. Holymoorside, Drabble. Cornfields 
by Ferriby Brook, Morley, Crewe d& Whittaker. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Shirley. : 

T3. Burton, Hb. Mason! Egginton, Painter, Nat'. Drakelow, N.H. Tutb. 
Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


G. Tetrahit Z. Hemp Nettle. 

Native. b. Hedges, arable land, waste ground, wood borders, Common. 
A. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Generally distributed. ‘ Miller’s Dale, 250 yards,’ Rogers. Near the Snake 
Inn, over 300 yards. White flowered at Ladybower, Edale. ‘A variety with 
terminal flower regular, and four equal stamens, first observed in 1788 at 
Matlock,” Linn. Fl. Lapp., 2nd Ed., 1792. 


LEONURUS J. 


*TL,, Cardiaca L. Motherwort. . 
Alien. Roadsides, waste places, banks. Rare. P. July-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. Lion’s Tail. 
L. By R. Derwent, Cromford, Milnes, C.D. Via Gellia, Painter, J.B. 
C. Spital, Chesterfield, Drabble. Handley {near Stretton], Pilkington. 
Tl. Mackworth, Smith MSS. 


LAMIUM J. 


L. amplexicaule /. Henbit. 

Native. B. Arable land, waste places, walls. Frequent. A. April-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

C. Breadsall Moor, Crewe & Whittaker. 

Tl. Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Painter, J.B. Shirley; Barton Fields; near 
Spread Eagle Inn, Findern. 

T2. Trent College Grounds, Trent, C.M. Borrowash, Painter, J.B. Near 
Sawley Junction. - 

T3. Ingleby, Hassé, C.D. Drakelow, Painter, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. 
Rept. 


*L,, intermedium /”. 
Casual ? 
T3. Drakelow, Novwers, 1889. 


L. hybridum Jill. LZ. incision Willd. 
Native. B. Cultivated and waste ground, roadsides, Rare. A. May-Sept. 
First record, Wild Fl. Rept., 1866. 
Gl. Garden weed at Burbage, Buxton, 350 yards, Baker, J.B. 
Pp. Arable land near Pleasley Station. 
T3. Waste ground at Ticknall Vicarage, Purchas, J.B. Calke, Bloxam. 
Repton, Wild Flower Rept. 


 LABIAT®. 245 


L. purpurem /. fed Dead Nettle. 

Native. B. Cultivated and waste ground, hedge banks, roadsides. 
Common. A. Feb.-Nov. 

First record, Glover 1829. 

Generally distributed. ‘‘Common up to 400 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


*L. maculatum /. 

Alien. Banks, roadsides, waste places, generally near houses. Rather 
frequent. P. May-Aug. 

First record, Watson’s N.B.G., 1837. 

L. Ashwood Dale; between Wormbhill and Peak Forest. Green, C.D. 
Wirksworth, Painter, J.B. Darley in the Dale, Watson’s N.L.G. Woods by 
the river, Matlock, Stevens. Hopton, Bindley. 

Gl. Near Hazelford, Hathersage. 

G2. Baslow, Painter, J.B. 

Tl. Edlaston wood side, Smith MSS. Mickleover, Bindley. Between 
Cubley Brook and Birchwood Moor ; Over Biggin; Shirley; Bradley. 

T3. Repton ; Courtyard at Knowl Hills, Wild Fl. Rept. 


L. album LZ. White Dead Nettle. 

Native. BE. Roadsides, waste places, hedge-banks. Common. P. May- 
Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Generally distributed. ‘‘Wye Valley up to Tideswell, 250 yards,” Baker, 
J.B. 


L. Galeobdolon Crvtz. Vellow Arehangel. Weasel-snout. Galeobdolon 
lutewn Huds. 

Native. E. Woodland, hedge-banks. Frequent. P. May-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Limestone woods up to 350 yards, Baker, J.B. Buxton, Painter, J.B. 
Matlock Bath, Rowland, C.D. Dovedale, B. d: N., J.B. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood, Charlesworth, Painter, J.B. Ashopton; Hood Brook, 
Hathersage. 

G2. Ashover, Bailey, C.D. Belper; Grindleford, Painter, J.B. d: Natt. 
Ecclesbourn Brook. Duffield, Pilkington. 

C. Clinker Wood, Renishaw, Waterfall. Wingerworth, The Naturalist. 
Dale Abbey, Painter, Nat'. Kirk Hallam; Linacre Wood, Brampton; Mill- 
thorpe, near Holmesfield; Ault Hucknall; Newton Wood. Park Hall; Pinxton, 
Pilkington. 

P. Cresswell Crags; Whitwell, The Naturalist. Markland Grips, Waterfall. 

Tl. Kirk Langley, Painter, Nat'. Shirley; Yeaveley; Cubley; Eaton 
Woods; Alkmonton. 

T2. Breadsall, common, Whittaker, Phyt. 

T3. Woods, Calke, Purchas, J.B. Burton, Hb. Mason. Bretby, Gibbs. 
Near Foremark, Watson’s N.B.G. Repton Shrubs; Anchor Church, Wild Fl. 
Rept. 


246 LABIATA, 


BALLOTA J. 


B. nigra 2. Black Horehound. B. fetida Koch. 

Native. E. Waste ground, roadsides, banks. Frequent on Magnesian 
limestone and Trias, at low levels. P. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Matlock, Crewe & Whittaker. 

C. Staveley, Drabble. Hill Houses, near Wingerworth. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. Elmton; Cresswell Crags; Langwith ; Steetley. 

Tl. Burnaston, Painter, Nat'. Mickleover, Bindley. Shirley; Foston ; 
Scropton ; Tutbury Station; Marston-on-Dove; Mugginton. ; 

T2. Ockbrook; Elvaston, Hassé, C.D. Little Chester, Crewe & Whittaker. 
Sandiacre ; Wilsthorpe, near Long Eaton; Sawley ; Shardlow. 

T3. Hedgebanks about Calke, Purchas, J.B. Ticknall, Hassé, C.D. 
Stapenhill, Harris, C.D. Swarkeston, Painter, Natt. Tan-yard Lane, Repton, 
Wild Fl. Rept. 


TEUCRIUM J. 


T. Scorodonia L. Wood Sage. 

Native. B. Hedgebanks, heathland, woods. Frequent. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Common among the limestone cliffs up to 400 yards above Castleton, 
Baker, J.B. Dry banks amongst the limestone, Matlock, B. d N., J.B. Miller’s 
and Monsal Dales, Rogers. Coldeaton Bank, Dovedale, Puwrchas. Ashford ; 
Hartle Dale, Bradwell; near Great Hucklow. 

Gl. Near Glossop; New Mills; Edale; Snake Inn; Hood Brook, Hathersage, 

G2. Frequent on gritstone east of Matlock, B. d N., J.B. Duffield Bank, 
Glover. Shatton; Froggatt; Burbage Brook; east of Bradwell. 

C. Banks behind Eckington Mill, Waterfall. Mapperley, and Shipley 
Hall; West Hallam; Denby; Sheepbridge; woods near Coal Aston. Dale 
Abbey, Glover. 

Tl. Allestree Park; near Heathtop, Hatton; Shirley; Bradley; Yeaveley. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe & Whittaker. Locko Park. 

T3. Melbourne, Purchas, J.B. Bretby Park, Gibbs. Burton, Hb. Mason. 
Calke, Bloram. Repton Park; Anchor Church, Wild Fl. Rept. 


AJUGA I. 


A. reptans L. Bugle. 

Native. B. Woods, roadsides, banks, pastures. Common. P. May-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

In all the districts. “Frequent up to 300 yards,” Baker, J.B. A form 
without stolons is recorded under the name of A. alpina in Sm. Eng. Bot., 
F. 1796, vii. ¢. 477. It was first found in Derbyshire by Dawson Turner. The 
Bot. Guide mentions it as occurring on the high ground between Matlock and 
Castleton. 


PLANTAGINE. 247 


PLANTAGINEA. 
PLANTAGO lI. 


P. major L. Greater Plantain. Way-bread. 

Native. B. Pastures, arable land, roadsides, waste ground. Common. P. 
June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

General through the County. ‘*Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


Var. intermedia (Gilib.). 
L. Near Buxton, in plenty, Rogers, B.L. Rec., 1884-6, 132. Oxlow Rake. 
Gl. Near Glossop. 
G2. Higger Tor, Hathersage; Chatsworth. 
Tl. Mugginton, Painter, Nat‘. Church Broughton; Shirley; Rodsley. 


P. media LZ. Hoary Plantain, Lamb’s-tongue. 

Native. EB. Pastures, waysides, banks. Frequent, especially on lime- 
stone. P. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Limestone banks up to 350 yards, Baker, J.B. Wormhill, 400 yards, 
West, J.B. Middleton Dale, The Naturalist. Matlock Bath, Painter, Natt. 
Dovedale, Nowers. Conies Dale, Peak Forest; Longstone Edge; near Chel- 
morton. ‘A luxuriant variety with white filaments (turning pinkish when 
pressed), and leaves comparatively narrow, unusually green, and ascending, so 
approaching P. lanceolata in aspect; meadow above Buxton, Rogers, J.B. 

Gl. Fernilee, not common, Barker. Near the Snake Inn. 

G2. Near the Cromford Canal, Rogers. Near Fox House, The Naturalist. 
Wirksworth, Gibbs. Between Hassop and Baslow; Kelstedge ; Ambergate. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Pudding-pie Hill, Old Brampton; between 
Tibshelf and Hucknall. 

P. Clowne, Waterfall. Whitwell, The Naturalist. Bolsover; Elmton; 
Houghton. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Shirley; Hollington; Marston Montgomery. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Chellaston, Painter, Natt. Pastures by 
the Trent, near Long Haton, at Trent Lock, and near the Derwent, opposite 
Great Wilne. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Between Repton and Milton; Winshill, 
Gibbs. Between Repton and Twyford, Wild Fl. Rept. Fields near Ticknall, 
Rept. F. & F. 


P. lanceolata LZ. Rib-grass. 

Native. B. Meadows, pastures, arable land, roadsides. Common.  P. 
May-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Everywhere abundant. ‘“‘Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


248 PLANTAGINE®. ILLECEBRACES. 


P. Coronopus Ll. Buch’s-horn Plantain. 

Native. Bb. Dry waste ground, roadsides, preferring sand, Rather rare. 
A. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Star-of-the-earth. Hartshorn. 

G2. Little Eaton, Painter, J.B. 

C. Breadsall Moor, Crewe d Whittaker. 

Tl. Reservoir, Osmaston Manor, near Ashbourne, Smith MSS. 

T2. Sandiacre, Trent, C.M. 

T3. ‘Melbourne, Purchas, J.B. Between Calke Abbey and Melbourne, 
Hassé, C.D. Cauldwell, Painter, J.B. Willington Junction, Rept. F. & FP, 
Roadside east of Egginton Common. 


LITTORELLA 2:7. 


L. juncea Berg. L. lacustris L. 
Native. B. Shallow margins of pools. Rare. P. July-Aug. 
First record, The Flora. ae 
G1. Plentiful on the side of the Reservoir, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Barker ! 
G2. Pools in Chatsworth Park, Linton ! 


€. Great Pond, Wingerworth; by Pebley Pond, Barlborough. 


ILLECEBRACEA. 


*Herniaria hirsuta 1. Hairy Rupturewort. 
Casual, 
G2. Duffield, Pilkington, 1789. 


SCLERANTHUS /. 


S. annuus Ll. Anawel. 

Native. B. Dry arable land, heathland. Frequent at lower levels. A. 
June-Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Dovedale, Smith MSS. Ashford, Miss Fenton. 

€. Breadsall Moor, Painter, J.B. Dale, Hassé, C.D. 

T1. Hulland; sandy ground by Slack Lane, Brailsford; Shirley, between 
the village and the brook; Ravensdale Park, Mugginton. 

T3. Near Calke Abbey, Purchas, J.B. Ticknall; Repton Rocks, Painter, 
J.B: Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


*Amaranthus retroflexus /. 
C. Casual at New Brampton, near Ashgate Plantation. 


CHENOPODIACE®. 249 


CHENOPODIACEA. 
CHENOPODIUM J. 


C. polyspermum JL. All-seed. Top. Bot. ‘‘ Howitt sp.” 

Native. E. Waste places, roadsides, field borders. Rare. A. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

C. Heanor, Watson’s N.B.G., 1837. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. 

T2. Near Borrowash Railway Station, Smith MSS. 

T3. Calke Village, and at Calke Mill, Purchas, J.B. Between Repton 
and Newton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


*C. Vulvaria L. Stinking Orache. C. olidum Curt. 

Casual. GE. Waste ground. Very rare. A. July-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

G2. Dethick, Pilkington. 

T2. Garden at Calke Abbey (Bloxam), afterwards lost, Purchas, J.B. A 
specimen is in Hb. Leic. Museum. 


C. album Ll. Fat Hen. White Gooscfoot. 
Native. B. Arable land, waste ground, waysides. Common. A. July-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
General throughout the County. ‘‘ Ascends to 350 yards at Buxton,” 
Rogers, J.B. 


Var. viride (L.) Pilkington, 1789. 
C. Waste ground, Beighton, a very distinct looking plant, growing with 
OC. album (see B.E.C. Rep. for 1897, 562). 


Var. viridescens St. Am. C. paganwn Reichb. 
P. Langwith. 


*C. hybridum /. 
Casual. 
Tl.* Mickleover, Bindley. 


C. rubrum L. Red Gooscfoot. 
Colonist. EG. Manure heaps, waste ground. Rare. A. Juiy-Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

Tl. Longford, Gibbs Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Littleover, Bindley. 
Barton Park Farm, north of Church Broughton. 

T2. Sandiacre, 

T3. Swarkeston Bridge, Bloram. White Hollows, and Calke Village, 


Purchas, J.B. Stapenhill, Hb. Mason. Coton-in-the-Elms, Painter, J.B. Repton, 
Wild Fl. Rept. 


250 CHENOPODIACE. 


C. Bonus-Henricus /. (ood King Henry. All-good. Wild Spinach. 

Denizen or Native. BE. Roadsides, waste places, near villages. Local. 
P. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Wormhill, 400 yards, West, J.B. Up to 350 yards, Taddington, Baker, 
J.B, Miller’s Dale, Painter, J.B.!  Roadsides at Bonsall and Cromford, 
B. & N., J.B. Monyash, The Naturalist. Thorpe Church, Smith MSS. 
Castleton ; Pin Dale; Peak Forest; near Sparrowpit Inn; Foolow. 

Gl. Hull End, Chapel-en-le-Frith; near Hague Bar, New Mills; near 
Lose Hill. 

G2. Rowsley, Rogers. Near Stony Middleton; Kelstedge. 

C. Holmesfield, Painter, Natt. Spital, Chesterfield, Drabble. Horsley 
Castle, Crewe d& Whittaker, Killamarsh; West Hallam; near Crowhole, Barlow; 
Holymoorside ; near Beauchief Abbey. 

Tl. Norbury Quarry, Smith MSS. Mickleover, Bindley. Shirley Church- 
yard ; Hatton ; Ashbourne towards Bradley ; Burnaston. 

T2. Chellaston, Hassé, C.D. Breadsall, Crewe & Whittaker. Sawley, near 
R. Trent. 

T3. Near the Churchyard at Ticknall; Calke, Purchas, J.B. Stapenhill ; 
Swarkeston, Painter, J.B. Churchyard, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


ATRIPLEX 1. 


A. patula I. Spear Ovrache. 
Native. B. Arable land, waste ground, waysides. Common, A. July-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
General through the County. ‘‘Up to 300 yards,” B. ¢& N., J.B. 


Var. erecta Huds. 

L. Common in cultivated ground up to 300 yards [Matlock], B. & N., J.B. 
Hope; Pin Dale; Ashford. 

G1. Allport Dale; Dinting; New Mills, near Mellor; Edale; Bamford. 

G2. Chatsworth; Baslow; near Hathersage; Duffield; Shottle Gate ; 
Ambergate, 

C. By Renishaw Canal; Duckmanton; Coal Aston; Unstone; Beighton ; 
West Hallam; Denby; Barlborough, 

P. Whitwell. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Allestree; Boylestone!; Shirley ; Brailsford. 

T2. Near Thrumpton Ferry; Sandiacre; Great Wilne. 

T3. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Burton, Hb. Mason! 


Var. angustifolia (Sm.) Glover, 1829. 
Native. B. Common. ‘“ Miller’s Dale, 250 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


A. hastata Z. Fut-hen. <A. Smithii Syme. 

Native. B. Waste ground, hedgesides, fields, roadsides. Local. A. July-- 
Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Lamb’s Quarters. 


CHENOPODIACE®, POLYGONACE®, 251 


L. Matlock, B. & N., J.B. Matlock Bath, Rogers. 

Gl. Up to highest cornfields over Burbage, 450 yards, Baker, J.B. 

G2. Near the Ford, north east from Allestree. 

C. Totley; Norton, Painter, Natt. Waste ground at Beighton. 

Tl. Eaton Dovedale Farm, near Doveridge; Tutbury Station; Hatton; 
near the Dove, Sudbury. 

T2. By the canal, near Borrowash; Thrumpton Ferry, and Trentlock; 
Long Eaton, by the canal; Sawley; Great Wilne. 

T3. Burton, Hb. Mason! Egginton Common; Drakelow, near the Trent. 


POLYGONACEA. 


POLYGONUM J. 


P. Convolvulus Ll. Black Bindweed. 
Native. B. Arable land, waste ground, waysides. Common. A. July-Oct. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Generally distributed. ‘‘ Up to 450 yards over Burbage,” Baker, J.B. 


Var. subalatun V. Hall. P. pseudo-dumetorum H. C. Wats. 
Tl. Sandy fields between the Knob and Hulland, Linton. 


P. aviculare LZ. Anot-grass. 

Native. B. Cultivated land, roadsides, waste ground. Common. A. June- 
Oct. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Abundant and generally distributed. ‘‘Ascends up to 450 yards over 
Burbage,” Baker, J.B. 


Var. agrestinum (Jord.). 
Common on arable land and waste ground. 


Var. vulgatun Syme. 
Common and general; recorded (for Renishaw near Chesterfield) in the 
Watson's B.E.C. Rep., 1890. 


Var. arenastrum (Bor.). 

Sandy places, heathland. 

ee Near Burton Sluts, north of Brailsford, B.H.C. Rep., 1888, 280; 
Yeldersley. 


Var. rurivagun (Jord.). 
Not uncommon by waysides. 
T3. Cauldwell, Hb. Mason ! 


252 POLYGONACER. 


P. Hydropiper L. Water Pepper. 
Native. 5b. Ditches, streams, wet places. Common. A. July-Oct. 
First record, Pélkington, 1789. Arsmart. 
In all the districts. About 200 yards at Froggatt. 


P. minus Hus. 
Native. E. Damp places, sides of rivers and ponds. Rare. A. Aug.-Sept. 
First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 
T3. Ingleby; Walton, N.H. Tutb. Burton, Hb. Mason! Repton, Nowers. 
Drakelow, by the Trent. 


P. Persiearia L. Persicaria. - 

Native. b. Cultivated ground, waste places, waysides. Common. A. 
July-Oct. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Generally distributed. ‘Frequent up to 450 yards,’ Baker, J.B. <A form 
with pilose ochre occurred near Ford (see B.E.C. Rep. for 1897). 


Var. clatun Gren. & Godr. 
C. Beighton. 
Tl. Shirley Park. 


P. lapathifolium Jl. 

Native. BE. Cultivated ground, waste places, rubbish heaps. Common. 
A. July-Oct. 

First record, Top. Bot., 1873. 

Generally distributed. ‘‘ Nearly 400 yards near Corbar Wood, Buxton,” 
Baker, J.B. 


P. amphibium J. 

Native. B. Streams, canals, ditches, wet places. Frequent. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Including var. terrestre Leers, which appears to be merely a state resulting 
from situation. 

L. Wye Valley at Ashford, 200 yards, Baker, J.B. 3etween Thorpe and 
Fenny Bentley, Smith MSS. Bradwell, Painter, Natt. Hope. 

a1. Near Chapel Reservoir, Barker. Dinting. 

G2. Near the Derwent, above Allestree. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Shipley Hall; pool east of Killamarsh; 
Wingerworth; Hardwick. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. Pool by Cresswell Crags. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Shirley; Kedleston Park; Cubley; Marston-on- 
Dove; Sudbury; Radbourn, towards Etwall. 

T2. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. Breadsal] railway pit, Crewe d: Whittaker. 
Long Eaton; Thrumpton Ferry; canal at Chaddesden, and at Chellaston. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby Ponds; Repton Park Pond, Painter, 
J.B. & Natt. Trent by Tan-yard Lane, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


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P. Bistorta LZ. Bistort. Snake Weed. 

Native. BI. Damp meadows and pastures. Frequent. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Withering, 1787. 

L. Meadow near the Gramimar School, Buxton, 350 yards, Baker, J.B. 
Wormhill, West, C.D. Matlock, Rowland, C.D. Fenny Bentley, Purchas, J.B. 
Ashbourne, Bot. Gwide. Lower Hallfield, Kniveton. 

G1. About Bugsworth, Rogers. High Lee, near Chapel, Gisborne. 
Charlesworth, Painter, J.B. Tarden, near Mellor; between Chinley and 
Lydgate. 

G2. Crich, Pilkington. Between Blackwall and Kirk Ireton; Ashover 
Hay. 

C. Millhouses; woods between Norton and Eckington, The Naturalist. 
Norton, Hb. Salt, 1798. The Moss, Mosbrough; Barlow Brook; near Hardwick 
Wood ; Fritchley. S. Normanton, Pilkington. 


Tl. Cubley; Ednaston; Wyaston; Abbott’s Clowne Holme. Mackworth, 
Pilkington. 

T2. Morley, Crewe d} Whittaker. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Swarkeston Meadows, Crewe & Whittaker. 
Near the Tanyard, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Formerly planted as a pot-herb 
and therefore perhaps not native in all its localities. 

*Fagopyron esculentum Mech. Buekwheat. Branks. Polygonum 

Fagopyron WL. 

Casual, sown for pheasants. 

L. About Buxton, Jewitt, 1811. 

C. Breadsall Moor, Crewe & Whittaker. Chesterfield, Pilkington. 


RUMEX /. 


R. conglomeratus Mv. 

Native. B. Roadsides, wood borders, rubbish heaps. Frequent. P. July- 
Sept. 

First record, Top. Bot., 1873. 

L. Bakewell; Buxton, Painter, J.B. Miller’s Dale; Via Gellia, Rogers. 
Matlock; Dovedale, B. d: N., J.B. 

Gl. Mellor, Fl. Ashton. 

G2. Brook below Birchill Bank, Baslow; Ambergate. 

C. Canalside, Kirk Hallam; Loscoe; pond, Parkhall, near Barlborough; 
Beighton; near Beauchief Abbey; Renishaw Canal; Wingerworth; Cutthorpe, 
Old Brampton ; near the canal, New Stanton. 

P. Bramley Vale, Glapwell; Belph Moor; Harlesthorpe, near Clowne. 

Tl. Shirley; near the Bent, Church Broughton; near Spread Eagle Inn, 
Findern ; near the Dove, Sudbury. 

T2. Breadsall, Painter, J.B. Long Eaton, near R. Erewash. 

Ds: Calke, Purchas, J.B. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Repton, 
Rept. F. d F. Canal, Egginton. 


254 POLYGONACES. 


The branches of this species are more patent-ascending than those of 
R. viridis, giving the panicle a broader appearance. 


R. sanguineus L. Bloody Dock, 

Native. BE. Waysides, waste places, hedges. Rare. P. July-Aug. 

First record, for the aggregate species, Pilkington, 1789; for the segregate, 
N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

L. Via Gellia, Batley, C.D. 

T3. Newhall, V.H. Tutb. 


Var. viridis (Sibth.) R. nemorosus Schrad. 
Common and generally distributed. ‘‘ Wye Valley up to Chee Tor, 250 
yards,” Baker, J.B. 


R. maritimus /. (Golden Dock. 
Native. E. Wet ground near pools, swamps. Very rare. P. July-Aug. 
First record, Ray. Cat., 1670. Lapathum folio acuto, flore aureo. ‘ Ad 
Trentam fluvium prope Swarston pontem in Derbia.” 
T3. Meadows by the roadside near Swarkeston Bridge, formerly. 


R. pulcher LZ. Fiddle Dock. 
Native. E. Waste land, waysides. Very rare. P. July-Aug. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
13. Burton-on-Trent, Hb. Mason! Repton, towards the Ferry, Bloxam. 


R. obtusifolius Ll. Broad-leaved Dock. 

Native. B. Roadsides, waste places, woods, pastures. Common. P. 
July-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Abundant and generally distributed. ‘‘Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, 
J.B. 


R. crispus L. Curled Dock, 
Native. B. Roadsides, waste places, arable Jand. Common. P. July-Sept. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
Abundant everywhere. ‘‘Common up to 450 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


R. crispus <x obtusifolius. 2. pratensis Mert. & Koch. 2. acutus L. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

Native. E.? 

L. Dovedale, B. & N., J.B. Quarry near Bolehill, Sheldon; Middleton 
Dale. 

Gl. Mill Brow, near Mellor; near Dinting Railway Station. 

Tl. Edlaston Coppy, B.H.C. Rep., 1891, 343. 

T3. Burton; Bretby, Hb. Mason! Calke, Bloxam. Milton to Repton 
Rocks, Rept. F. & F. 


POLYGONACES. THYMELEACE®. 250 


R. Hydrolapathum Aids. Great Water Doek, 

Native. E. Streams, canals, pools, marshes. Frequent at low levels. P. 
July-Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

C. Canal bank, Renishaw, Wuterfall. Canal near Killamarsh, and near 
Mastin Moor. 

Tl. Findern, Painter, Natt. 

T2. R. Trent, Sawley, a form with cordate leaf bases. 

T3. Swarkeston, Purchas, J.B. Repton, Green, C.D. Burton-on-Trent, 
Painter, J.B. Old Trent by Twyford Lane, Wild Fl. Rept. Willington, Gibbs. 


R. alpinus LZ. Monk’s Rhubard. 

Denizen. Waste ground. Rare. P. July-Aug, 

First record, Mag. Nat. Hist., 1829-35 ; also, Hooker’s Brit. Fl., 1838. 

L. Pasture opposite One-ash Grange, near Bakewell, Bailey, B.L. Rec., 
1876. 

Gl. On a farm in Chinley occupied by J. Porritt, very near the Farm- 
house, Watson’s N.B.G. Ludworth, Fl. Ashton. 

C. Near Dore, The Naturalist, 


R. Acetosa LZ. Common Sorrel. 

Native. B. Pastures, waysides. Common. P. May-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Generally distributed. ‘‘Ascends to the peak of Axe Edge, over 550 yards,” 
Baker, J.B. ‘All levels up to 350 yards at Matlock,” B. & N., J.B. 


R. Acetosella LZ. Sheep's Sorrel. 

Native. B. Dry places, heaths, banks, fields. P. May-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

General through the County. ‘“Ascends to the peak of Axe Edge, over 
550 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


THYMELEACEA. 


DAPHNE /. 


D. Mezereon 1. Mezreon. 

Native. EG. Limestone dales. Very rare. S. Feb.-April. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Spurge Olive. Spurge Flax. Dwarf Bay. 

L. Thickets in Lathkil Dale, Smith MSS. Dove Valley, in very small 
quantity, Puwrchas, J.B. Copse near Bakewell, sparingly, Watson’s N.B.G. 
Matlock, Chee Tor, Pilkington. 


D. Laureola LZ. Spurge Laurel. 

Native. EG. Woods, thickets, hedges, on limestone or dry soil. Rare, S. 
March-April. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 


956 LORANTHACEA. EUPHORBIACE®. 


L. Matlock, Rowland, C.D. Opposite Willersley Park, on high rock right © 
of the cutting through which the road to Matlock passes, Nowers d& Wells. 
This is probably the same locality as ‘‘ Cromford, Painter, J.B.” 

C. Hardwick, Pilkington. 

P. Whitwell Wood. 

T2. Formerly not uncommon about Morley, but the farmers have nearly 
exterminated it, considering it dangerous for cattle, Whittaker, B.L. Rec. 1875, 
129. Spondon Fields; Ockbrook, Smith MSS. and C.D, 

T3. Foremark, Wild Fl. Rept. 


LORANTHACEA. 


VISCUM J. 


V. album J. Wistletoc. 

Native? EG. Parasitic on trees. Rare. P. March-April. 

First records, Withering, 1787; Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Matlock, Stevens. 

G2. Chatsworth, Gem of the Peak. On a thorn tree near Cromford, Gibbs. 

C. On a hawthorn near Beighton, Hb. Salt. On an oak at Staveley in 
the latter half of the 17th century, said to be “the only oak in England that 
bears Mistletoe,’ Nat's. Monthly, Dec. 1887. Langley, Watson’s N.B.G. 
Pinxton ; West Hallam, Pilkington. 

T1. Allestree, Pilkington. 

T2. Morley, naturalised, Crewe d& Whittaker. 


EUPHORBIACEA. 


EUPHORBIA /. 


HK. Helioscopia L. Sun Spurge. 
Native. B. Arable land, gardens, waste places. Common. A. May-Sept. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. Wart-wort. Churn-staff. 
General through the County. 


BE. amygdaloides L. Wood Spurge. 

Native? E. Woods, thickets, hedgebanks. Very rare. P. April-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 8 

L. Woods near Cromford, Milnes, C.D, 

T2. Chaddesden Common, Pilkington. 

T3. Found by Mr. Bloxam in Calke Park, since disappeared, Purchas, J.B. 
BE. Peplus Ll. Petty Spurge. 

Native. BE. Cultivated and waste ground, roadsides. Common. A. May 
Oct. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

General and abundant. “A common weed up to 400 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


EUPHORBIACEX. URTICACES. DAST/ 


H. exigua L. 


Native. EB. Arable land, waste ground, gardens. Common. A. June- 
Nov. 


First record, Pilkington. 1789. 
In all the districts. Over 200 yards near Charlesworth, and at Buxton. 


Var. retusa (DC.). 
C. Fields near Coal Aston. 
Tl. Fields Yeldersley, near Ashbourne (B.#.C. Rep., 1902). 
T2. Waste ground by the rifle butts near Trent Station. 


*H. Lathyris /. Casual. 
Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. 


*Buxus sempervirens L. Box. 
Alien. HL? 
T3. Bretby Gardens, Glover. 


MERCURIALIS /. 


M. perennis L. Dog Mercury. 

Native. B. Hedgebanks, woods, copses. Common. P. March-May. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Generally distributed. ‘‘ Ascends up to 350 yards,” Baker, J.B. 

The moneecious form occurs here and there with the type; noticed at 
Shirley ; Cubley ; near Roston. 


URTICACEA. 
ULMUS 12. 


U. montana Stokes. Wych Elin. 

Native. B. Hedges, woods. Frequent. T. March-April. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Rogers. Monsal Dale, Searle, C.D. Lathkil Dale, 
Baker, J.B. Everywhere common in the woods [Matlock], B. & N., J.B. 

G1. Common up to 500 yards [Buxton], Baker, J.B. 

Tl. Burnaston, Bindley. Shirley; between Ednaston and Hollington. 

T2. Morley; Breadsall, C.D. Chaddesden; Mansfield Road, near Derby. 

T3. Apparently wild in some places, but often planted, Purchas, J.B. 
Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


Var. nitida Syme. 


L. Between Sandy Brook and Thorpe. 
Tl. Shirley. 


s 


258 URTICACER. 


U. surculosa Stokes. Elm. U. campestris Sm, 

Denizen. E. Hedges, woods. Frequent. T. March-April. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

General, mostly planted. ‘‘Lower part of the Wye Valley, doubtfully 
native,” Baker, J.B. “Fine old (planted) trees in Calke Park,” Purchas, J.B. 
U. suberosa Ehrh. with corky bark, occurs about Shirley and Brailsford, and, 
near Derby. 


Var. glabra Mill. 
L. Back Dale, near Hindlow. 
G2. Duffield. 
Tl. Meynell Langley; Mugginton. 


*Cannabis sativa Ll. Hemp. 
Alien. 
Gl. One plant in Corbar Wood, Buxton, Rogers. 


HUMULUS 2. 


H. Lupulus LZ. Hop. 

Native or denizen. B. Hedges. Frequent. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Matlock, Stevens. Agnes Meadow, south of Kniveton. 

G2. Idridgehay, Gibbs. Little Eaton; Belper, Glover. Ireton Wood ; 
Ecclesbourn Brook. Duffield, Pilkington. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Killamarsh, Glover. lLoscoe; Dale. 
Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. Cresswell, Glover. Scarcliffe Park Wood. 

Tl. Occasionally in hedges [Osmaston-by-Ashbourne neighbourhood}, 
Smith MSS. Wilne; Roston; Shirley; Markeaton. Marston Montgomery, 
Glover. 

T2, Breadsall, Whittaker, C.D. Near Trent Station; Sawley ; Shardlow. 

T3. Near Melbourne, Purchas, J.B. Anchor Church; Bretby, Gibbs. 
Linton, Painter, J.B. Walton, Glover. Calke, Bloram. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


URTICA LI. 


U. dioica L. Stinging Nettle. 
Native. B. Hedges, waste places, woods. Common. TT. June-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
General through the County. ‘‘Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


U. urens L. Small Nettle. 

Native. B. Waste places, especially near buildings. Frequent. A. June- 
Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Searle, C.D. Matlock, Stevens. Monyash, 300 yards ; 
Bradwell; by Sparrowpit, Chapel; Grange Mill; Youlgreave; near Great 
Hucklow. 


URTICACER, CUPULIFERZ. 269 


Gl. Mellor, Hannan, C.D. 

G2. Belper; near Owler Tor; below Hathersage. 

C, About Renishaw, Waterfall. Troway; Wilday Green, Barlow. 

P. Elmton; Markland Grips; Belph Moor. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Wyaston, Smith MSS. Shirley; Mam- 
merton, Longford; Cubley; Barton Blount. ~ 

T2. Bradwell, C.D. Dale; Sandiacre; Long Eaton; Sawley; Shardlow. 

T3. Rare [about Calke], Purchas, J.B. Burton, Hb. Mason! Willington, 
Painter, Natt. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Swarkeston; Egginton Common. 


‘ 


PARIETARIA J. 


P. officinalis LZ. Wall Pellitory. 

Native. BE. Walls, dry hedge-banks. Fairly frequent. P. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Walls of Haddon Hall, 200 yards, Baker, J.B. Cromford; Bonsall, 
B. & N., J.B. Via Gellia, Rogers. Buxton, Buxton Guide. Bakewell, Gisborne. 

G2. Chatsworth, Gem of the Peak. Near Hopton; Fallgate, Ashover. 

C. Holymoorside, Drabble. Dale, Hassé, C.D. Hill Houses, Wingerworth ; 
near Wingfield Park. 

P. Cresswell Crags. 

Tl. Old wall near the Holmes, Derby, Glover. Mackworth Church, 
Pilkington. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, C.D. Great Wilne. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Swarkeston, Hassé, C.D. Repton, Wild 
Fl. Rept. 


[Myrica Gale LZ. Sweet Willow. 
C. Wingerworth, Pilkington, 1789). 


CUPULIFERA. 


BETULA J. 


B. verrucosa Firh. Birch. 

Native. B. Hedges, woodland, copses. Common. T. April-May. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. B. alba. 

‘“'Woods up to 400 yards,” Baker, J.B. Over 400 yards in Fairbrook 
Clough, near Snake Inn. 


B. pubescens Liri. 
Native. B. Woods, copses, hedges. Rather rare. T. April-May. 
First record, B.L. Rec., 1884-6, 105. 
G1. Near the Snake Inn; Malcoff, near Chapel-en-le-Frith. 
G2, Whatstandwell, Bailey, B.L. Rec. Stanton. 
C. Brierley Wood, Unstone; east of Totley. 


260 CUPULIFER&. 


ALNUS Ll. 


A. glutinosa Medic. Alder. 

Native. B. Damp hedges, streamsides, copses. Common. T. March- 
April. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Betula Alnus. 

Generally distributed. ‘‘ Wye Valley to Buxton, 300 yards,” Baker, J.B. 
“Matlock, up to 300 yards,” B. & N., J.B. 


CARPINUS 1. 


C. Betulus LZ. Hornbeam. 
Denizen or planted. EG. Copses, hedges, woods. Not common. T. May. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
L. Buxton, Painter, J.B. 
Gl. Mellor, Fl. Ashton. 
C. Belmont, Brampton. 
Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Edlaston Coppy; West Broughton, Sudbury ; 
Lower Thurvaston; Barton Park; between Mugginton and Cross o’ th’ hands. 
T2. Breadsall, not common, Crewe & Whittaker. 
T3. Bretby, Painter, J.B. Repton, Rept. F. & F. 


CORYLUS Jl. 


C. Avellana L. Hazel. 
Native. B. Woods, hedges. Common. S. or T. ~March-April. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
General throughout the County. ‘‘Common up to 400 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


QUERCUS 2. 


Q. Robur L. Oah. 
Native. B. Woods, hedges. Common. T. April-May. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 


Var. pedunculata (Khrh.). 
Common, ‘‘ Woods up to 400 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


Var. intermedia (D. Don.). 

Gl. Near Ashopton on the Sheffield Road, where all forms and stages 
from pedunculata to sessiliflora may be seen; Hathersage; near Horridge House, 
Whaley Bridge. 

G2. Chatsworth. 

C. By R. Sheaf, east of Totley. 

Tl. Between the Knob, Hulland, and Spinneyford Brook. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. 


CUPULIFERS. 961 


Var. sessilifiora (Salisb.) Gem of the Peak, 1845. B.L. Rec. 1884, 105. 


Native. B. Not uncommon. 

Gl. Near the Snake Inn; near Ashopton; Hathersage. 

G2. Whatstandwell, B. ¢ N., J.B. Baslow. 

C. Cordwell, near Unthank; Hardwick Wood; Moor Lawn Coppice, Holy- 
moorside; Calow; Duckmanton; Dale. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Shirley Wood. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, C.D. 

T3. Scarce about Calke, Purchas, J.B. 

In Derbyshire the three varieties of Quercus are connected by a series of 
intermediates, so that, however accounted for, the actual phenomena present us 


rather with three groups of forms of one species, 


CASTANIA Z. 


*C. sativa Will. Edible or Sweet Chestnut. C. vulgaris Lam. 


Alien. Woods, plantations. Rather rare. T. May-June. 

Records, Crewe & Whittaker, 1864; Wild Fl. Rept., 1866. 

Gl. Ashopton. 

G2. Chatsworth Park, planted, Baker, J.B. 

Tl. Bradley; Shirley, planted. 

T2. Breadsall, etc., introduced, Crewe d: Whittaker. 

T3. Bretby, Gibbs. Near Newton Solney, Burkill, C.D. Repton Park, 
Wild Fl. Rept. 


FAGUS J. 


F. silvatica L. Beech, 

Native. E. Woods, limestone dales, hedges. Frequent. T. March-April. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Wild looking in the limestone woods of the Via Gellia, B. & N., J.B. 
Woods up to 400 yards [Buxton], Baker, J.B. 

Gl. Bugsworth to New Mills, Rogers. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Searle, C.D. 
Edale. 

G2. Milltown, Ashover, Bailey, C.D. Lea Mill, Cromford, Painter, Natt. 
Baslow. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. 

Tl. Kedleston, C.D. Shirley. 

T3. Not truly wild [about Calke}], Purchas, J.B. Burton-on-Trent, Harris, 
C.D. Repton Park, Wild Fl. Rept. 


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SALICINEA. 


SALIX J. 


S. triandra L. Almond-leaved Willow. 

Native or planted. EB. River banks, hedges, by ponds. Rather rare. T. 
April-May. 

First record, Baker, J.B., 1884. 

L. Wye bank in Miller’s Dale, 260 yards, Baker, J.B. 

G1. Chapel Reservoir. 

Tl. Between Rodsley and Yeaveley; copses Longford, near Peathays; by 
a pond between Shirley and Ednaston; near Brook Farm, Cubley. 

T2. Canalside near Chellaston, both the broad and narrow leaved forms. 

T3. Repton, Nowers. 


S. triandra x fragilis. %. decipiens Hotim. 
Tl. Several bushes by the Bentley Brook, near Ashbourne, Linton. 


S. triandra x viminalis. %. hippophaefolia Wim. & Grabb. 

L. Miller’s Dale, an old tree and several younger, C.D., where see note 
(S. wndulata Khrh. is however a different hybrid constituted of S. triandra and 
alba). Dovedale, Purchas. 

T2. Canalside below Chellaston. 

T3. Drakelow, by the Trent; by the Dove, Egginton. 


S. pentandra L. Bay-leaved Willow. 

Native. S. Hedges, streamsides. Frequent. T. May-June. 

First record, Martyn, Phil. Trans., 1729. Salix folio lawreo seu lato gla bro 
odorato, Phyt. Brit. 

L. Miller’s Dale, B.L. Rec., 1874, 66. Buxton, Linton. Along Scow Brook, 
near Hognaston. 

Gl. Near the Etherow, Glossop. 

G2. Near Hassop Station, and under Birchill Bank, Baslow. 

C. Barlborough Low Common, and by Pebley Brook; near Hardwick 
Wood. Common about Wingerworth, Martyn. 

Tl. Between Bradley and Hulland; near Cascus, north of Brailsford. 

T3. Egginton, Painter, J.B. Repton, Rept. F. & F. 


S. fragilis L. Crack Willow. 
Native. BE. By streams, pondsides, hedges. Common. T. April-May. 
First record, Rept. F. & F., 1881. 
General; in all the districts, often probably planted. ‘‘Wye Valley to 
Buxton, up to 300 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


Var. britannica F.B, White. 
L. Ashwood Dale, Painter, Natt. 
Gl. Mellor, Hannan, C.D. 


SALICINEE, 268 


Tl. Mickleover; Normanton, Painter, Natt. Cupiss Lane, Brailsford; 
between Cubley and Sudbury; copses east of Alkmonton; Lower Thurvaston ; 
Etwall. 

T3. Swarkeston, Painter, Nat’. 


S. alba L. White Willow. 

Native. BE. Streamsides, ponds, hedges. Common, though less so than 
the preceding. T. April-May. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

General through the County, often planted; reaches to between 250 and 
300 yards near Buxton, 


Var. vitellina L. Golden Willow, Gem of the Peak, 1845. 

L. R. Wye near Monsal Dale Station, 250 yards, Baker, J.B. Cromford, 
Painter, J.B. 

G2. Banks of the Derwent, Gem of the Peak. 

Tl. Roadside between Brailsford and Kirk Langley, planted. 

T3. Near Burton-on-Trent, Harris, C.D. 


S. alba x fragilis. 8S. viridis Fr. 
C. Margin of Pebley Pond, near Barlborough. 


S. purpurea L. Purple Osier, Bitter Willow, 

Native. BE. Streamsides, hedges, woods. Rather rare. T. March-April. 

First record, Rept. F. d& F., 1881. 

L. By the Wye up to Ashwood Dale, 300 yards, Baker, J.B. Matlock 
Bath, Rogers. Cromford, Sunderland d& Hannan, C.D. 

Gl. Mellor, Fl. Ashton. Tarden. 

C. Near Hemsworth, Norton, Gibbs, 

P. Harlesthorpe, near Clowne. 

Tl. Shirley Wood; Corley, near Bradley; by the Dove at Tutbury and 
Marston; Doveridge; marshes below Findern. 

T3. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Repton, Gibbs. Willington, Rept. 
F. & F. By the Dove, Egginton. 


S. purpurea x viminalis. S. *wbra Huds. 
Native. E.? Streamsides, osier beds. Rare. April-May, 
First record, Painter, J.B., 1881. 
Gl. Mellor (var. Helix), Fl. Ashton. 
T2. Trentlock; R. Derwent, near Great Wilne. 
T3. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. 


Var. Forbyana (Sm,). 

L. Dovedale, near Lode Mill, Purchas, J.B. Roadside, between Castleton 
and Hope; Brough. 

Gl. Mellor, Hannan, C.D. 


264 SALICINE®, 


Tl. Near the General Cemetery, Derby, Painter, Natt. Near Derby, Wats. 
B.E.C. Rep., 1894, 11. Shirley Wood. 

T2. Trentlock. 

T3. Twyford Ferry, Nowers. 


S. viminalis LZ. Common Osier, 

Native. BE. Hedges, streams, pools, osier beds. Frequent. S. or T. 
April-May. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. By the Wye up to Ashford Dale, 300 yards, Baker, J.B. Streamsides, 
frequent, at Matlock Bath, B. d N., J.B. Near Poole’s Hole, Buxton, C.D. 
Dovedale, Purchas, J.B. Ashwood Dale, Painter, Natt. 

Gl. Mellor; Chapel Reservoir. 

G2. Between Hassop and Baslow. 

C. Near Hemsworth, Norton, Gibbs. _ 

Tl. About Derby, C.D. Shirley Wood; Wyaston; by the Dove at Tutbury 
and Sudbury; Marston-on-Dove. 

T2. Ponds near Trent Station. 

T3. Twyford Ferry, Nowers. Repton, Rept. F. d F. 


S. viminalis x Caprea. %. rugosa Leefe. 

Native. Copses, hedges, poolsides. Frequent. T. March-May, 

First record, B.E.C. Rep. for 1887, 1888, 189. 

G2. Ashover, Painter, Natt. 

C. Mapperley; Loscoe; Crowhole, near Barlow; Dale. 

Tl. Lane west side of Bradley Wood; Bradley; Edlaston Coppy; Over- 
burrows, Brailsford. 

T2. Canalside near Chellaston. 


S. viminalis x cinerea. S. Smithiana Willd, p.p. 

Native. EB. Hedges, copses, streamsides. Frequent. S. or T. March- 
May. J.B., 1881. 

L. By the Wye up to Ashwood Dale, 300 yards, Baker, J.B. 

Gl. Mellor, Wild, C.D. Dinting, near the Etherow. 

G2. Near Chatsworth, Scrimshaw, C.D. Near Ashover, Batley, C.D. 
Pincham’s Hill, Belper. 

C. Denby; Mosbrough ; woods near Beauchief Abbey; Shirland. 

Tl. Shirley, in two or three places; Marston-on-Dove; Hulland Ward; 
near Brook Farm, Cubley. 

T3. Near the Heath End Lodge, Calke, planted, Purchas, J.B. Repton, 
Burkill & Candler, C.D. 


Var. acuminata (Sm.) Glover, 1829. 


T3. Near Twyford Ferry; Repton, Old Trent, Novwers. 


S. Caprea L. Goat Willow. Sallow. 
Native. B. Hedges, copses, woods. Frequent. T. March-April. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 


SALICINES. 265 


L. Miller’s Dale; Ashwood Dale; Bonsall, Rogers. Matlock; Dovedale, 
B. & N., J.B. Hartle Dale, Bradwell; Middleton Dale. 

G1. Common up to 450 yards in Goyt’s Clough, Baker, J.B. Mellor, 
Hannan, C.D. Near the Snake Inn; R. Etherow, near Charlesworth; near 
Crowden Reservoir, Edale. 

G2. Lea Hill, Cromford, Painter, Natt. Between Hassop and Baslow ; 
Abney Clough; Belper. 

C. Kirk Hallam; Denby; Smalley; Brierly Wood, Unstone; Totley Moss; 
by Pebley Pond; woods near Beauchief Abbey; Walton Wood ; Newton Wood. 

P. Glapwell; Markland Grips; Steetley. 

Tl. Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Painter, J.B. Shirley; Edlaston Coppy ; 
‘Church Broughton ; Allestree ; Sudbury; Hilton. 

T2. Risley Park. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Repton, 
Rept. F. & F. 


S. Caprea x cinerea. 

Tl. Both male and female trees at Edlaston Coppy, B.E.C. Rep., 1896, 
528. “It is to be noticed that in S. Caprea and probably the other alternate- 
leaved willows the growing point of the annual shoot perishes instead of closing 
up into a terminal bud; the growth of the shoot being continued, next season, 
by the last axillary bud,’ Pwrchas. 


S. aurita Z. 

Native. B. Hedges, lanesides, heaths, copses, woods. Frequent. April- 
May. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

G1. Swamps near the Cat & Fiddle Inn, 500 yards, Baker, J.B. Stirrup 
Wood, Charlesworth; Mellor, Painter, J.B. d Natt. Edale; Snake Inn; near 
Wash, Chapel-en-le-Frith. 

G2. Froggatt; Barbrook, near Baslow, 

C. Loscoe; Smalley; Brierley Wood, Unstone; Hardwick Wood; Totley 
Moss. 

Tl. Common in this district. A long styled form occurs in Yeldersley 
Lane, at one time supposed to be a hybrid with Smithiana B.E.C. Rep., 1888, 
232; 1890, 310; 1891, 346. 

T3. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Repton, Rept. F. d F. Egginton 
Common. 


S. aurita x Caprea. 
Tl. Edlaston Coppy, B.Z.C. Rep., 1893, 423. 


S. aurita x cinerea. %. lutescens Kern. 

G2. Froggatt, 

C. Totley Moss. 

Tl. Marston Montgomery; near Atlow; Yeldersley Lane, near Shirley, 
B.E.C. Rep., 1890, 311. 

T3. Egginton Common. 


266 SALICINES. 


S. cinerea Sm. 

Native. B. Hedges, copses, woods. Common. T. April-May. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

General throughout the County. ‘Common up to 500 yards on moor near 
the Cat & Fiddle Inn,” Baker, J.B. ‘Common in woods and hedges up to 300 
yards [Matlock],” B. & N., J.B. 


S. repens LZ. Creeping Willow. 

Native. B. Heaths, waysides. Rare. April-May. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

P. Quarry near Markland Grips, Waterfall ! 

Tl. Between Etwall and Spread Eagle Inn, and towards Little Derby, 
and adjoining lanes, plentiful. 

T3. Between Willington and Twyford, Rept. F. d- F. Roadside, Egginton, 
relic of former heath vegetation. 


POPULUS 1. 


P. alba LZ. White Poplar. Abele. 

Denizen. E. Hedges, woods. Rather rare. T. March-April. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Below Chee Tor, 250 yards, Baker, J.B. Ashwood Dale; Miller’s Dale, 
Painter, J.B. & C.D. 

Gl. Mellor, planted, Fl. Ashton. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. 

Tl. Mickleover; Etwall, Bindley. 

T3. Planted about Calke, Purchas, J.B. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. 
Tanyard Lane, Repton, Rept. F. d F. Egginton Common. 


P. canescens Sm. Grey Poplar. P. alba x tremula. 
Denizen. E. Woods, hedges. Rare. T. March-April. 
First record, Painter, J.B., 1881. 

G1. Mellor, planted, Fl. Ashton. 
T3. Burton, Hb. Mason! Bretby, Painter, J.B. 


P. tremula L. Aspen. 

Native. B. Hedges, woods. Frequent. T. March-April. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. R. Wye, Miller’s Dale, Rogers. Cressbrook Dale, Painter, J.B. Near 
the Doveholes, Dovedale, Purchas, J.B. Carsington. 

Gl. Goyt’s Clough, 450 yards, Baker, J.B. Stirrup, Fl. Ashton. Hollin- 
worth Clough; Edale. 

G2. Shatton; near Eyam; Froggatt (var. villosa (Lange) ); by the 
Derwent, Hathersage. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall, Breadsall Moor, Crewe d& Whittaker. 
Belmont, near Brampton. S. Normanton, Pilkington. 


EMPETRACE®. . CERATOPHYLLE®. 267 


Tl. Kedleston, Gibbs. Sinfin Moor; Church Broughton; Cubley Brook ; 
Longford. Markeaton, Pilkington. 

T2. Wilsthorpe, towards Sawley Junction. 

T3. About Calke, perhaps wild, Purchas, J.B. Repton Shrubs and Rocks, 
Gibbs. Repton, Rept. F. d F. 


*P. nigra L. Black Poplar. 

Alien. Hedges, riversides, plantations. Frequent. T. March. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Wye Valley, up to Ashwood Dale, 300 yards, likely planted, Baker, J.B. 
Planted, woods, Matlock, B. d N., J.B. 


G2. Padley. 
C. The Moss, Mosbrough. 
P. Langwith. 


Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Hatton. 
T3. Planted about Calke, Purchas, J.B. Burton, Hb. Mason! Swarkeston, 


Painter, Natt. Repton, Rept. F. & F. 


EMPETRACEA. 
EMPETRUM 1. 


BE. nigrum Ll. Crowberry. 

Native. SH. Moors, heaths. Locally abundant. S. April. 

First record, Ray. Cat., 1677. Erica baccifera procumbens nigra, C.B. 

Gl. Abundant on Axe Edge, up to the peak, over 550 yards, Baker, J.B. 
Corbar Hill, N.E. Slope, Rogers. Glossop Moors, Painter, J.B. Abundant near 
Chapel-en-le-Frith, Bot. Guide. Moors beyond Mam Tor and Win Hill, from 
Castleton, Watson's N.B.G. Hayfield, Barrow. Edale; Hathersage. 

G2. Between Chatsworth and Sheffield, Hb. Bicheno. Tansley Common, 
Crewe d Whittaker. Abney Clough; Froggatt; by Hay Wood, Grindleford ; 
under Raven Tor, and near Wrag’s Quarry, Beeley; Dethick Common. 

C. Totley Moss. 


CERATOPHYLLEA. 
CERATOPHYLLUM 1. 


C. demersum L. AHornwort. 

Native. EB. Pools, ponds, slow streams. Rare. P. July-Aug. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

C. Ponds, Sutton Scarsdale. 

Tl. In a pond to the right of the road from Sudbury Station to Sudbury ; 
in a piece of water west of Radbourn. 

T3. Bretby; Drakelow, N.H. Tutb. A scrap of this plant‘ (labelled: Chara 
vulgaris) by Bloxam, from Ticknall Limeworks, Purchas, J.B. KR. Trent at 
Burton, Hb. Mason. 


268 HYDROCHARIDE®, ORCHIDE. 


2. MONOCOTYLEDONES. 


HYDROCHARIDEAZ. 
ELODBA Miche. 


BH. canadensis Wiche. Canadian Water Thyme. Anacharis Alsinastrum Bab. 


Colonist. . Rivers, canals, brooks, pools. Frequent. P. July-Sept. 

First noticed, 1849, Chest. S.N.Sc., 1885, 125 sqq.; first record, Orewe & 
Whittaker, 1864. 

L. Matlock Bath, Rogers. 

Gl. Mellor, Fl. Ashton. 

G2. Cromford Reservoirs; canal at Whatstandwell, B. d: N., J.B. 

C. Renishaw Canal; Pebley Pond; canal, Killamarsh; Alfreton. 

P. Langwith. 

Tl. Findern; Markeaton, Painter, Natt. Shirley Brook; canal below 
Osmaston, 

T2. Railway pits, Breadsall; Morley, Crewe «&: Whittaker. Sandiacre ; 
Sawley. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Repton, 
Rept. F. & F. 


ORCHIDEA. 
NEOTTIA J. 


N. Nidus-avis Ll. Bird’s-nest Orchis. 


Native. BE. Limestone woods, and occasionally in rocky woods elsewhere. 
Rather rare. P. May-June. 

First found, Salt, 1802; first record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Lathkil Dale ; Dovedale, Painter, J.B. In the woods near Mr. Arkwright’s 
grounds and Matlock Bath, Glover. 

G1. Wood on the left bank of the HEtherow, near Mottram, sparingly, 
Buxton’s B.G. 

G2. Woods by Black Rocks, Cromford, Crewe d Whittaker. 

C. Meersbrook, Hb. Salt. Mr. Gibbs opines this to have been probably a 
garden specimen. 

Tl. Wyaston Brook, Smith MSS. 

T3. Repton Shrubs, Rept. fF. & Ff. 


ORCHIDE. 269 


LISTHRA 2#. Br. 


L. cordata #&.Br. Lesser Tway-blade. 

Native. SH. Among heather on damp moorland. Very rare. P. June- 
Aug. 

First record, Ray. Cat., 1677. Bifoliwm minimum J.B.  Ophris minima 
C.B. “ On several moors and heaths in Derbyshire.” 

Gl. Kinderscout, Bot. Guide. 

G2. Gathered on the high moors about 5 miles S.W. of Sheffield, Hb. 
Salt. On the high moor between Sheffield and Chatsworth, Pilkington. Beeton 
Rod, Hassop, Gem of the Peak. 


L. ovata R.Br. Tway-blade. 
Native. B. Woods, damp banks and waysides. Common. P. May-July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. Ophrys ovata. 
In all the districts, generally distributed. ‘‘ Woods over Burbage, 400 
yards,” Baker, J.B. Chee Dale, 300 yards, West, J.B. 


SPIRANTHES Rich. 


S. autumnalis Rich. Ladies’ Tresses. 
Native. E. Pastures on limestone or gravel. Very rare. P. Aug-Sept. 
First record, Gisborne, 1790-1795. Ophrys spiralis. 
L. Dovedale, Smith MSS. Matlock, Gisborne. Bonsall, Crewe d&: Whittaker. 
Tl. On the turf between the New Lake, Osmaston Manor, and the fences 
above, Smith MSS. 
T3. Repton, Rept. F. & F. 


, CHPHALANTHERA Rich. 


C. pallens Rich. White Helleborine. C. grandiflora Bab. Top. Bot. 386, 
Native. E. Woods, generally on limestone. Very rare. P. June. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. Serapias longifolia. 

C. Newton Wood, Pilkington. 


[C. ensifolia Rich. 
Tl. Markeaton, Glover. | 


EPIPACTIS Adans. 
EB. latifolia 4//. Helleborine. 

Native. BE. Shady parts of woods, copses. Local. P. End of July-Aug. 

First record, Withering, 1787. 

L. Matlock Tor, Matlock Bath; Via Gellia, Rogers. Cromford; Cress- 
brook Dale; Bradwell, Painter, J.B. d: Natt. Dovedale; Brassington Rocks, 
Purchas. Woodland N.W. of Wensley, on shale. 

G2. Chatsworth, Harris, C.D. Crich, Nowers. Lindup Wood, opposite 
Beeley ; west of Kirk Ireton; quarry, Fallgate, Ashover. 

C. By upper pool, Birley Hay, Ford;.lane east side of Stubbing Court. 


270 ORCHIDES. 


T1. Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Smith MSS. Radbourn, Bindley. Peathays, 
Shirley; Edlaston Coppy; wood at the Knowl, Bradley. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, C.D, The roadside next Locko Park, to the 
left from Spondon, Smith MSS. Spondon, Hassé, C.D. 

T3. Woody places at Calke, subject to doubt as to whether the name of 
latifolia or media should be employed, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. Repton 
Shrubs, Wild Fl. Rept. 

The limestone plant should perhaps be varietally distinguished from the 
type, as it in some features approaches EH. atrorubens, see Purchas, J.B., 
1885, 201. 


E. atroviridis “ov. sp. 

Native. HG. In woods and copses, mostly on the coal measures. Rare. 
Pp. Aug. 

First record, The Flora. 

G2. By Bar Brook, above Baslow, Linton. Woods in Chatsworth Park ; 
woods below Ashover Hay. 

C. Newbold; Sutton Wood, Drabble. Linacre Wood, Old Brampton; 
Monk’s Wood, near Sheepbridge; wood by Pebley Pond. 

This plant is in some respects intermediate between EH. latifolia and £. 
atrorubens. It has the broad rounded leaves of the former but rather more 
numerous lanceolate leaves between the lower leaves and the flowering spike ; 
the label is furnished with two side hunches and one median linear hunch 
descending lower than the side ones; in size and robustness it is like ZH. 
latifolia, its flowers are not rose coloured or not so much so as in EH. atrorubens. 
E. media of Bab. Man. is considered by J. Freyn (B. H.C. Rep., 1897) to be 
merely a form of #. latifolia, which view is held also by Rey. W. H. Purchas 
(J.B., 1885, 201), ‘‘ the larger and more general plant which Prof. Babington 
pointed out to me as his H. medis, but which better answers to his description 
of H. latifolia.” E. media, Bab. Man., 1874; Watson, Cyb. Brit., 1847. 

EXPLANATION OF PLATE—1. Fig. of H. atroviridis, life size. 2. Front 
and side view of label, showing the hunches, slightly enlarged. 


B. atrorubens Schultz. EF. ovalis Bab. FE. media Fr. ? 

Native. I? Open or bushy places on limestone hills and slopes. Rare, 
plentiful locally. P. July-August. 

First record, B.H.C. Rep. for 1898, 1899. 

L. Heights of Abraham, Matlock, Hb. Mason? lLongstone Edge, nearly 
400 yards, abundant; Cressbrook Dale, on the open hillside, 1896. 


EB. palustris Crantz. Marsh Helleborine. 

Native. EB. Marshes, boggy places in woodland. Local and rare. P. 
July-August. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Serapias latifolia. 

L. Matlock, Pilkington. Woodeaves, near Ashbourne, Glover. 


ORCHIDEZ. Di 


G2. Bramley and Hassop, Gem of the Peak. I could not find this in 
Bramley Dale. 

C. Newton Wood, Pilkington. 

P. Scarcliffe Park Wood, abundant in one place. 


ORCHIS J. 


O. pyramidalis L. 


Native. GE. Limestone slopes, dry calcareous banks. Local. P. June- 
August. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Matlock Bath; Dovedale, Painter, J.B. Monsal Dale, Whittaker, C.D. 
Via Gellia; near Hipley Toll Bar, Purchas, J.B. & Cat. Below Alport, Watson’s 
N.B.G. Bonsall, Crewe d&} Whittaker. Cressbrook Dale; Longstone Edge, over 
350 yards. 

C. Newton Wood, Pilkington, 

P. Cresswell, Painter, Natt. Markland Grips. 

T2. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. 


O. ustulata Z. 
Native. GE. Limestone pastures, dry banks. Very rare. P. June-July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
L. Near Ashwood Dale, Buxton, Jewitt. Matlock Bath, Painter, J.B.! Top 
of Masson Hill, between Matlock Bath and Bonsall, Glover. 
C, Alfreton; S, Normanton, Pilkington. 


O. Morio LZ. Green-winged Orchis. 

Native. E. Meadows, pastures. Frequent. P. May-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Matlock Bath, Painter, J.B. Miller’s Dale, Hagger, C.D. Dovedale, 
Phyt. N.S., 1858, 538. Buxton, about Ashwood Dale, Jewitt. 

G2. Crich, Pilkington. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. 

Tl. Normanton; Mickleover, Painter, J.B. d Natt. Littleover, Bindley. 
Copse Hill, Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Smith MSS. Shirley; fields, Yeldersley ; 
between Rodsley and Alkmonton; near Hollington, Longford. 

T2. Ockbrook, Hassé, C.D. Breadsall, Crewe d& Whittaker. Morley, 
Painter, J.B. 

T3. Near Calke Mill and Ticknall, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. Will- 
ington Pits, Hagger, C.D. About Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Hartshorn, 
N.H. Tutb. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


O. mascula LZ. Early Purple Orchis. 
Native. B. Banks in woods, copses. Frequent. P. May-June. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 


272 ORCHIDE®. 


L. Wormhill, 350-400 yards, West, J.B. Miller’s Dale, The Naturalist. 
Dovedale, common, Pwrchas, J.B. Buxton, Buxton Guide. Via Gellia, Gibbs. 
Matlock, Stevens. Cromford, Bindley. Lathkil Dale; Bradwell, Painter, Natt. 
Great Rocks Dale; Back Dale, near Hindlow; Monk’s Dale; Ashford; Cress- 
brook; Litton. 

Gl. Stirrup, FJ. Ashton. Road west of Chapel, Phyt. N.S. ii., 482. 

G2, Crich, Pilkington. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Wood, near Heeley, The Naturalist. 
Near Dale, Hassé, C.D. Horsley, Pilkington. ¢ 

P. Markland Grips, Waterfall. Langwith Wood. 

Tl. Wyaston, Smeth MSS. Edlaston, Miss Sandford. Radbourn; Nor- 
manton, Painter, Natt. & C.D. Between Yeaveley and Snelston, dA. Linton. 
Copses east of Alkmonton. , 

T2. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. Breadsall Meadow, near the Priory, Glover. 

T3. Scarce about Calke, Purchas, J.B. Parson’s Hills, Repton, Wild Fl. 
Rept. 


O. latifolia 2. Marsh Orehis. 

Native. B. Marshes, bogs. Local and rare. P, June-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Monsal Dale, Painter, J.B. Opposite the Fishponds, Ashford, on the 
Buxton Road, Miss Fenton. 

Gl. Between Chapel and Whaley Bridge, Barrow (June 7, 1869), in Hb. 
Bailey! This is the plant commonly called O. incarnata by British authors, but 
is not that of Linneus. 

C. Totley Moss. 

P. Pleasley, Pilkington. 

T2. In asmall meadow near the cold bath at the Priory, Breadsall, Glover. 

T3. One specimen seen at Calke, Purchas, J.B. Parson’s Hills, Repton, 
Wild Fl. Rept. 


O. maculata 1. Spotted Orehis. 

Native. 6b. Damp waysides, heaths, marshes, meadows. Common and 
abundant everywhere. P. May-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Varies in colour of the flowers, shape of the lip and spotting of the leaves. 


Subsp. ericetorum Linton. Flora of Bournemouth, 208. 
Gl. Near the Grouse Inn, between Little Hayfield and Glossop. 


OPHRYS Z. 


O. apifera Huds. Bee Orchis. 

Native. EG. Limestone dales, sand, clay banks. Rare. P. July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Monsal Dale; Matlock Bath, Painter, J.B. Masson Hill, Gisborne. 
Between Matlock and Carsington, Smith MSS. Bradwell Dale, Hmmet. Long- 
stone Edge, Linton. 


ORCHIDES. 273 


P. Belph Moor, Whitwell. 

T2. One plant only, near Trent College, Trent, C.M. 

T3. Not found by either Mr. Bloxam or myself, but I have learned on 
sufficient authority that it has latterly been met with in this neighbourhood 
[Calke], Purchas, J.B. 


O. muscifera Huis. Fly Orehis. 


Native. EG. Bushy places on limestone. Local and rare. P. June-July. 

First records, Gisborne, 1793; Bot. Guide, 1805. 

L. Monsal Dale, Crewe d& Whittaker. Via Gellia, Smith MSS. Matlock 
Bath, Painter, J.B. Dovedale, Purchas, J.B. Near Hartington, Fyldes. 
Longstone Edge, Miss Fenton. 

P. Markland Grips, near Clowne, Waterfall, C.D. 


HABENARIA Villd. 
H. conopsea Benth. Fragrant Orchis. 


Native. B. Limestone dales, marly banks, meadows. Rather rare. P. 
June-July. 


First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Monk’s Dale, Wormhill, 350 yards, West, J.B. Near Ashwood Dale, 
Green, C.D. Bradwell; Cressbrook Dale; Masson, Matlock Bath, Painter, 
Natt. d& J.B. Uathkil Dale, Smith MSS. Via Gellia, sometimes with white 
flowers; near Grange Mill, Purchas. Litton; Longstone Edge. 

Gl. Hayfield, Fl. Ashton. R. Sett, Linton. Near Westend Farm, Gibbs. 

C. Newton Wood, 

P. Markland Grips; Scarcliffe Park Wood. Pleasley, Pilkington. 

Tl. Near Osmaston Church, Ashbourne, Smith MSS. 


T2. On the way to Dale from the Ridings, and on both sides of the brook 
in a moist meadow [Ockbrook], Smith MSS. 


H. albida &.Br. Gymnadenia albida Rich. 


Native. S. Hilly pastures. Very rare. P. June-Aug. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 


G1. Near Glossop, Whitelegg, C.D. It occurs on the Cheshire side near 
Goyt’s Bridge, Ley. 


H. viridis 2.Br. Frog Orchis. Coeloglossum viride Hart. 

Native. BS. Pastures, downs, especially on limestone. Local. P. June- 
Aug. 

First records, Gisborne, 1793; Bot. Guide, 1805. 

L. Diamond Hill, Buxton, Rogers, Matlock Bath, Painter, J.B. Pastures 
near Ripley Toll-bar, between Parwich and Brassington, Purchas, J.B. Bole 
Hills, Bakewell, Crewe & Whittaker. Longstone Moor; Bradwell; High Rake, 
Great Hucklow; near Blackwell Mill, Chee Dale; Back Dale, Hindlow. 

Tt 


274 ORCHIDES. 


Gl. Hayfield; Charlesworth Coombs, Fl. Ashton. From the neighbour- 
hood of Chapel-en-le-Frith, Bot. Guide. Near Ashopton Inn. 


G2. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Whatstandwell, Painter, Natt. Stanton, N. H. 
Tutb. Eyam Moor. 


P, Whitwell Wood, Friend. Belph Moor. 

Tl. Yeldersley, Miss Wright. 

T2. Meadow N. of brook below Spondon Fields, Smith MSS.  Ockbrook, 
Hassé, C.D. 


T3. Meadows at Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. Foremark, Painter, 
J.B. Repton, Rept. F. é& F. 


H. bifolia &.Br. Butterfly Orchis, 


Native. B. Woodland, heaths, meadows. Rare. P. June-July. 

First records, for the aggregate, Gisborne, 1790-95; Glover, 1829; for the 
segregate, Top. Bot., 1874, & 1883, 390. 

L. Buxton, Buxton Gwide. Between Ashbourne and Woodeaves, Glover. 

G1. Newfields near Chapel, going down to the brook on the left, Gisborne. 


C. Ferriby Brook, Morley, one specimen, Whittaker, C.D. Meadows near 
Dale, Hassé, C.D. 


T3. Milton, Rept. F. é F. 
N.B.—None of the above are certainly H. ew-bifolia ; the entry in Top. Bot., 
however, evidences its occurrence in the County. 


H. chloroleuca Ridley. Butterfly Orchis. H. chlorantha Bab. 


Native. B. Bushy places, meadows, woods. Rather rare. P. June-July. 

First record, Smith MSS., 1854-1870. 

L. Lathkil Dale; Matlock Bath, Whitelegg, C.D. Dovedale, Smith MSS. 
Between Thorpe and Mappleton, Purchas, J.B. Bradwell, Emmet. 

Gl. Near the Powder Mills, Fernilee, Barker. Stirrup; Charlesworth 
Coombs, Fl. Ashton. Near Westend Farm, Gibbs. Combes Moss, Linton. 

G2. Froggatt Edge, Gibbs. 

Tl. Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, and meadows throughout the district, Smith 
MSS. Snelston Park; between Edlaston and Cubley, Miss Sandford. Shirley, 
in meadows near the wood. 

T3. Calke district, “H. bifolia in Bloxam’s collection seems to be rather 
H, chlorantha,” Purchas, J.B. 


[Cypripedium Calceolus /. Lady's Slipper. 


L. Formerly found on the Heights of Abraham but long since extirpated, 
Crewe & Whittaker.) 


IRIDER. AMARYLLIDE®. 275 


IRIDEA. 


IRIS Z. 
[I. foetidissima J. Alien? E. 


L. Near Willersley Park, N. H. Tutb.] 


I. Pseudacorus LZ. Yellow Tris, 
Native. B. Marshes, river-sides. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
The usual form of this species is the I. acoriformis Bor. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Mill pool N.E. of Fritchley. Tuibshelf; 
Pinxton, Pilkington. 

Tl. Low wet meadows and margins of pools and streams [Osmaston-by- 
Ashbourne neighbourhood}, Smith, MSS. 
Painter, Natt. Shirley, J.B., 1888, 331. 

T2. Meadows by R. Derwent, Breadsall, Crewe d? Whittaker. 
by-Derby, Painter, J.B. Canal-side near Chellaston; Sawley. 

T3. Pond-side at Calke, Purchas, J.B. Burton-on-Trent; Willington, 
Painter, J.B. &: Natt, Repton, by the Trent, Wild Fl. Rept. 


Frequent. P. June-July. 


Near Clifton, Pwrchas. Findern, 


Osmaston- 


CROCUS 1. 
C. nudiflorus Si. 


Denizen. I. Meadows, damp pastures. Rare. P. Oct. 
First record, Withering, 1787. C. sativus. 


G2. Duffield, near the banks of the Derwent, Pilkington, 1789 (C. off- 
cinalis). By the Derwent, near Derby, Whittaker, Phyt. 

Tl. Holmes and Siddals near Derby, Pilkington. 

T3. Meadows by the Trent, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


AMARYLLIDEA, 


NARCISSUS /. 
N. Pseudo-narcissus /. Daffodil. 
Native. E. Woods, copses, pastures. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
L. Woods near Matlock Bridge, Stevens. Cromford, C.D. 


Gl. Valley of the Goyt, Green,C.D. Field near a farmhouse at Tunstead 
Milton, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Barker. 
G2. Alderwasley, Gibbs. Whatstandwell, Painter, J.B. Woods, Rowsley, 


Miss Fenton. Covers a whole meadow on the banks of the Derwent near Lea 
Wood, Pilkington. 


Locally abundant. P. March-May. 


276 AMARYLLIDE®, DIOSCORE. 


C. Horsley Castle; woods, Coxbench, Whittaker, Phyt. 

P. Scarcliffe Woods, Waterfall. 

Tl. Bradley, Appleby. Near Mercaston Hall, Brailsford; about Nether 
Biggin. 

T2. Fields between Borrowash and Draycott, abundantly, Smith MSS. 
Spondon, Smith, C.D. Breadsall Meadow, Pilkington. 

T3. Calke Park (Bloxam), now I believe it to be long extinct, Purchas, J.B. 
Drakelow, Hb. Mason! By the Old Trent, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Swarkeston 
Meadows, Bloxam. 


*N. biflorus Cwrt. 
Alien. Meadows. Very rare. P. April-May. 
First record, Watson’s N.B.G., 1837. 
L. Starkholmes, Matlock Bath, Rowland, C.D. Matlock, Hb. Mason. 
C. Heanor, Watson’s N.B.G. 


*N. poeticus L. 
Alien. Very rare. P. April-May. 
Tl. Kedleston, Painter, J.B. 


GALANTHUS J. 


G. nivalis LZ. Snowdrop. 

Denizen. Fields, banks, plantations, in many places now quite wild. 
Frequent. P. End of Feb.-April. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Matlock, Stevens. 

G2. Cromford, Gibbs. In a meadow near Duffield; at Kirk Ireton, Glover. 

C. Coldwell Valley, near Holmesfield, Drabble. 

Tl. Near New Inn, Edlaston, towards Osmaston, Miss Sandford. Shirley 
Common; about Nether Biggin. 

T2. Morley; Elvaston, Painter, J.B. Breadsall Meadow, Glover. Ockbrook, 
Smith MSS. 

T3. Drakelow, Nowers. By the Old Trent, Wild Fl. Rept. Tan-yard, 
Repton. 


DIOSCOREA. 


TAMUS lL. 


T. communis L. Black Bryony. 

Native. E. Hedges, copses, woods. Common. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Abundant; in all the districts. ‘Limestone woods [about Matlock] up to 
250 yards,” B. & N., J.B. 


LILIACE. OMT 


LILIACEA. 


RUSCUS Z. 
*R. aculeatus L. Butcher’s Broom. 


Alien, often planted. 
T3. Croxall, Nowers. 


POLYGONATUM Adas. 
P. multiflorum All. Solomon’s Seai. 


Denizen? EG. Woods, dales. Rare. P. May-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Woods opposite Matlock Bath, Glover. Via Gellia; near Cromford, 
Crewe & Whittaker. 

G2. Duffield, Stevens. 

P. Pleasley Park, Pilkington. 

T3. Naturalised in woods near Foremark Hall, N.H. Twtb. 


P. officinale 4//. 
Native. E. Wooded limestone cliffs. Very rare. P. May-June. 
First record, Top. Bot., Ley MS. 1873; also Purchas, B.E.C. Rep., 1881, 57. 
L. Dovedale, Purchas, l.c. 


CONVALLARIA J. 

C. majalis Ll. Lily-of-the- Valley. 

Native. GB. Woods, bushy places on hills, limestone dales. Locally 
abundant. P. May-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Dovedale, Purchas. Abundant on the slopes of the Via Gellia, B. & N., 
J.B. High Tor, Stevens. Lathkil Dale; Monsal Dale; Bakewell, Painter, 
J.B. & Natt. Great Shacklow Wood; Brassington Rocks, scarce. 

P. Cresswell, Painter, Natt. 

T2. Wood between Bartlewood Farm and Dale, Smith MSS. 

T3. Anchor Church, Wild Fl. Rept. 


ALLIUM J. 
A. vineale Z. Crow Garlic. 


Native. EB. Cliffs, banks, walls. Local. P. June-July. 
First record, Withering, 1787. 
P. Near Magnesium Works, Streetly, Friend. 


Var. bulbiferum Syme. 


L. Tideswell Dale. 
C. Side of Field, Barlow Lees, Gibbs. 


278 LILIAGE. 


Var. compactum (Thuill). 


L. High Tor, Matlock Bath, Phyt. N.S., 1858, 556. Bakewell, Hb. Salt. 
Dovedale, Purchas. Castleton, Painter, J.B. 

G2. Calver (Cover), Hb. Sait. Ashover, Glover. 

T2. Morley, Whitaker, C.D. Breadsall, Glover. Meadows by the river- 
side at Sawley, Smith MSS. 

T3. Between Stapenhill and Cauldwell, N.H. Tutb. 


A. oleraceum L. Field Garlic. Wild Onion. 


Native. GE, limestone cliffs, field borders, bushy slopes. Rare. P. 
July-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. In the cliffs of the rocks, Dovedale, 1100 ft., Purchas, J.B. The Win- 
natts; Conies Dale, over 400 yards; Great Rocks Dale. 

T2. Canal path between Sandiacre and Long Eaton. 

T3. Near Repton, Hugger, C.D. Near Ingleby and Knowl Hills, Rept. 
ah GD Id. 


[A. Schoenoprasum Ll. Native? 
Top. Bot. ‘insufficiently recorded.” 
L. Once seen at Winster, Milnes, C.D.] 


A. ursinum Ll. Ramsons. 


Native. BE. MHedge-banks, brook-sides, woods. locally abundant. P. 
May-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Matlock Bath, Rowland, C.D. Dovedale, Purchas, J.B. Buxton, Bua- 
ton Guide. Fenny Bentley, Carr. Haddon, Bindley. 

G2. Grindleford; Hathersage, Painter, Natt. Cromford, Gibbs. Ireton, 
Gisborne. Tindup Wood, near Chatsworth; Ecclesbourn Brook. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Woods between Norton and Eckington, 
The Naturalist. Near Nether Loads; Linacre Wood, Brampton; Newton Wood ; 
Barlborough. 

P. Whitwell Wood; Cresswell Crags; Markland Grips, The Naturalist. 
Langwith Wood. 

T1. Osmaston-by-Ashbourne neighbourhood, Smith MSS. Dalbury, Glover 
Near the Derwent, Allestree Park; Yeaveley; Edlaston; Cubley; Corley, near 
Bradley. Longford long lane, Pilkington. 

T2. Breadsall; Dale Abbey Woods, Painter, J.B. Darley near Derby in 
an island in the Derwent, Pilkington. 

T3. Bank of brook at Heath End, Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. 
Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Repton Shrubs, Wild Fl. Rept. 


LILIACE. 279 


SCILLA J. 


S. festalis Salish. Blibell. S. nutans L. Endymion nutans Dum. Hyacin‘hus 
nonseriptus L. 
Native. B. Woods, hedge-banks. Common. P. May-June. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Generally distributed. ‘‘ Woods at Matlock up to 300 yards,” B. d N., J.B. 


Over 300 yards near the Snake Inn. White-flowered plants occur here and 
there, as at Shirley. 


ORNITHOGALUM J. 


*O. nutans L. Star of Bethlehem. Alien. 
T2. Meadows near Derby, Sm. Engl. FI. 


*O. umbellatum wf. Star of Bethlehem. 
Alien. Pastures, meadows. Rare. P. May. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Near Haddon Hall, Scrimshaw, C.D. 
Tl. In the Holmes, Derby, Glover. 


TULIPA lL. 


*T. silvestris LZ. Wild Tulip. 


Alien. Old pastures, near streams. Very rare. P. April-May. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

Tl. Kedleston, remains of former cultivation, Whitaker. Phyt. In the 
Holmes, Derby, Glover. Naturalised near Sudbury Hall, N.H. Tutb. 

T2. Banks of the Derwent, Watson’s N.B.G. 


GAGEA Salish. 


G. fascicularis Salish. Yellow Star of Bethlehem. G. lutea Ker. 


Native. IB. Woods, copses. Local and rare. P. Mar.-April. 

First record, Withering, 1787. Ornithogalum luteum. 

L. Near Bonsall Church, Rowland, C:D. Meadow Place Wood, near 
Youlgreave, Watson’s N.B.G. Lathkil Dale, on the right bank of river between 
Conksbury Bridge and the bend in the Dale; Bradford Valley, Carr. Brassing- 
ton Rocks, Gibbs. Wood above Cawdor Rocks, Matlock Bridge, Stevens. 
Cressbrook, Hill. 

C. Parkhall Woods, Pilkington. Field above the Bridge at Beighton, 
Hb. Salt. By R. Erewash, near Langley Mill, Smith MSS. 

Tl. Meadow adjoining to the Copper Mills, Derby, Pilkington. 


280 LILIACES, 


COLCHICUM J. 


C. autumnale 7. Autumn Crocus. Meadow Saffron, 


Native. E, Meadows, damp pastures, woods. Local, P. Aug.-Sept. 

First record, Withering, 1787. 

G2. In the pastures betwixt Duffield and Burley, Pilkington. 
Tl. Cubley, Goodall. Between Marston Montgomery and Doveridge, 
Smith MSS. 

T2. Morley, Painter, J.B. Plentiful in some spots near the Derwent, 
above Derby, NV.H. Tutb. Breadsall, Pilkington. 

T3. Meadows at Swarkeston and Ingleby, Pwrchas, J.B. Foremark 
Meadows, Painter, J.B. Meadows by the Trent at Anchor Church, Rept. 
FP. d F. 


NARTHECIUM WMoehr. 
N. Ossifragum Huds. Bog Asphodel. 


Native. b. Bogs, marshes. Locally plentiful. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Gl. Axe Edge, Rogers. Near Fernilee Hamlet, in a wet place at the side 
of Buxton New Road, Barker. Kinderscout, Fl. Ashton. Near Malcoff, Chapel- 
en-le-Frith; Bamford Moor; swamp between Moscar House and the road to 
Strines. 

G2. East Moor, Scrimshaw, C.D. Abundant in bogs near Ringinglow, 
Dore, and Owler Bar, The Naturalist. Tansley Moor, Stevens. Near Hathersage, 
Booths; Salter Sich and other places near the Peacock Inn; Harland Edge, 
and Hipper Sich, near Beeley. Dethick, Pilkington. 

Tl. Hulland Moss. 


PARIS J. 
P. quadrifolia 2. Herb Paris. 


Native. BE. Woods. Local. P. May-June. 

First record, Withering, 1787. 

L. Buxton, Buxton Guide. Matlock Bath; Via Gellia, Paintcr, J.B. 
Taddington Dale, Gem of the Peak. Dovedale, scarce, Purchas, J.1?. Monsal 
Dale, Jewitt. 

G1. Near Mellor, Buzxton’s B.G. 

C. Newton Wood; Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. Small wood near The Walls, Whitwell. 

T1. Shirley Wood, Smith, MSS. Copses east of Alkmonton. In Longford 
long lane; in a pit near Dalbury Lees, Pilkington. Darley, near Derby, Glover. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Spondon, and near Dale, Hassé, C.D. 

13. Brian’s Copse, near Ticknall; also found by Mr. Bloxam in Calke 
Park, but no longer seen there, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. Repton Rocks, 
Linton. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. 


JUNCACER. 281 


JUNCACEA. 


JUNCUS L. 


J. bufonius LZ. Toad Rush. 

Native. B. Moist places by roads, ponds, on moors, and in woods, 
Common. A. July-Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

Generally distributed and plentiful. ‘‘Common up to 600 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


J. squarrosus L. Heath Rush. 

Native. B. Heaths and heathland. Locally abundant. P, June-Aug. 

First noted, Hb. Salt, 1800 (?); record, Glover, 1829. 

Gl. Ascends to peak of Axe Edge, over 550 yards, Baker, J.B. Corbar 
Hill; Diamond Hill, Rogers. Valley of the Goyt, C.D. Charlesworth Coombs; 
Kinderscout, Fl. Ashton. Chinley; Rushup Edge; near the Snake Inn. 

G2. Tansley Moor, B. d N., J.B. Moors west of Dore, Hb. Salt. Wirks- 
worth, Painter, Natt. Whatstandwell, Bindley. East of Bradwell; Froggatt ; 
near Chatsworth. 

Tl. Hulland Moss; near Bradley Wood; Slack Lane to Mugginton. 

T3. Bog at Repton Rocks, Purchas, J.B. Calke, Blozam. Gresley, 
Painter, J.B. 


J. compressus Jacq. 

Native. B. Marshy margins of pools, wet meadows. Very rare. P. 
June-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

G2. Cromford Moor, Phyt. N.S., 1858, 612. 

T2. Ockbrook [J. coenosus Sm., J. Gerardi Lois.], Smith MSS. Little 
‘Chester, near Derby, Glover. 


J. glaucus Leers. 

Native. EB. Meadows, damp way-sides, marshy places. Common, P, 
July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

‘Common up to 600 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


J. effusus L. 
Native. B. Way-sides, meadows, ditches, marshes. Common. P. July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
‘“Common up to 550 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


J. effusus x glaucus. J. diffusus Hoppe. 
Native, with the parents. E. Rather rare. P. July. 
First noted, Smith MSS., 1881; record, Bailey, B.L. Rec., 1884-6, 108. 
G2. Canal between Ambergate and Whatstandwell, Bailey. 


. 


282 JUNCACE. 


Tl. Shirley Brook, between the bridge and the smithy; near Ketcham’s 
Inn, towards Sturston. 

T2. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. 

T3. Calke Park, Purchas, J.B. Drakelow, Hb. Mason! 


J. conglomeratus L. Common Rush. 


Native. B. Marshes, heaths, ditches, wet places. Common. P. July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Generally distributed. ‘“‘Up to 250 yards,’ Baker, J.B. On Win Hill, 
at 500 yards. 


J. supinus Moench. J. uliginosus Roth. 


Native. B. Moist places, ditch-sides, bogs. Common. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. J. bulbosus. 

‘*Moorland swamps of Goyt’s Clough and Axe Edge, up to 500 yards,’ 
Baker, J.B. 


Var. Kochii Bab. Frequent. 


Gl. Near the Snake Inn, and by Stanage Edge. 
C. Birleyhay, near Ford. 
Tl. Bog below Bradley Wood; Hulland Moss, J.B., 1888, 331. 


J. obtusiflorus Zirh. Top Bot., ‘‘ Howitt cat.” 


Native. E. Peaty bogs, marshes. Rare. P. July-Sept. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

P. Near the Walls, Whitwell; Scarcliffe Park Wood. 

Tl. Scropton, N.H. Tutb. Shirley, C.D. 

T3. Burton, Hb. Mason! Cauldwell, N.H. Tutb. (Southwood, just over 
the border, in Leicestershire.) 


J. lamprocarpus £irh. 
Native. B. Meadows, marshes, ditches. Common. P. July-Sept. 


First record, Pilkington, 1789. J. articulatus. 
“Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


J. acutifiorus Fzirh. J. silvaticus Reichb. 
Native. B. Meadows, marshes, damp way-sides. P. Common. July-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Generally distributed and often very abundant. Up to 350 yards near Bam- 
ford, and nearly 400 yards on White Edge Moss, Grindleford. 


JUNCACER. 283 


LUZULA JC. 


L. vernalis DC. Small Wood Rush. L. pilosa Willd. 

Native. B. Woods, thickets. Frequent. P. April-May. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Dovedale, Purchas. Monsal Dale; Chee Dale; Wensley. 

G2. In Corbar Wood, and up to 550 yards on Axe Edge, Rogers, J.B. 
Ludworth, Whitehead, C.D. Near the Snake Inn, about 400 yards; Derwent 
Moor; Edale; Ashopton. 

G2. Lea Hill, Cromford; Whatstandwell, Painter, Natt. Eyam Moor; 
Shatton; near Grindleford Bridge; White Edge, Froggatt; Handley Wood, 
Shottle. 

C. Millhouses; near Norton, The Naturalist. Hardwick Wood; Newton 
Wood. 

P. Whitwell Wood, 

Tl. Copse Hill, Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Smith MSS. Shirley Wood; 
Edlaston ; Abbott’s Clowne Holme. 


T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby Wood, Harris, C.D. Repton 
Shrubs, Wild Fl. Rept. 


L. maxima DC. Great Wood Rush.  L. silvatica Gaud. Juncus silvaticus 

Huds. 

Native. B. Woods, copses, mountain cloughs. Local. P. May-June. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Dovedale, Painter, Natt. 

Gl. Goyt’s Clough, 400 yards, Baker, J.B. Charlesworth, Whitehead, C.D. 
Mellor, Painter, J.B. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers. Near the Snake Inn; Edale ; 
Back Tor; Hood Brook, Hathersage. 

G2. Rowsley, Hagger, C.D. Black Rocks, Cromford, Nowers. Abney 
Clough; by the Derwent, below Mytham Bridge; Bar Brook, above Baslow; 
Handley Wood, Shottle. 

C. Quarry Dam, Parkhall Woods. Painter, Natt. Millhouses, The 
Naturalist. Wilday Green, Barlow; woods N.E. of Coal Aston; near Beauchief 
Abbey; Linacre Wood; Millthorpe, Holmesfield ; Hardwick Wood. 

Tl. Edlaston Coppy. 

T2. Dale Abbey Woods, Painter, Natt. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Drakelow; Repton Shrubs, Painter, J.B. Anchor 
Church, Wild Fl. Rept. 


L. campestris DC. Field Wood Rush. 


Native. B. Pastures, waysides, heaths. Common. P. April-May. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Juncus campestris. 

Widely prevalent and abundant. 
L. erecta Desv. L. imultiflora Le}. 

Native. B. Heathlands, commons, moors, waysides. Frequent. P. May- 
June. 


284 JUNCACE®, TYPHACE*, 


First record, Top. Bot., 1883. 

L. Lover’s Leap, Rogers. Great Rocks Dale. 

Gl. Ascends to peak of Axe Edge, over 550 yards, Baker, J.B. Combes 
Moss; Edale; Ashopton. 

G2. Tansley Moor, B. & N., J.B. Ashover Hay. 

C. Moors near Sheffield [in Derbs.], @zbbs. 

Tl. Shirley. 

T3. Repton Rocks, Gibbs. Willington, Hb. Mason! 


Var. congesta Koch. 


Gl. Axe Edge; Corbar Hill, Rogers, B.L. Rec., 1884-6, 108. Combes 
Moss, Waterfall. 

G2. Tansley Moor, B. & N., J.B. 

C. Horsley Car, Painter, J.B. 

Tl. Shirley. 

T3. Calke, Bloxam. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Repton Shrubs, C.D. 


TYPHACEA. 


De PnAS i. 
T. latifolia 1. Reed Mace. 


Native. BE. Pools, marshes, canals. Local. P. June-July. 

First found, Salt, 1799; first record, Glover, 1829. 

Gl. KR. Ktherow, Hannan, C.D. By a mill on the Black Brook, below 
Chinley. 

G2. Pond in Hassop Park. 

C. Norton, Hb. Salt. Loscoe; between Barlow Lees and Dronfield; canal 
near Shipley Gate; New Stanton; Pebley Pond; Hardwick, Duck Decoy; Great 
Pond, Wingerworth. 

P. Near Glapwell Station; Scarcliffe Park Wood. 

Tl. Ditches and ponds [Osmaston], Smith MSS. Sudbury, Gibbs. Dove- 
ridge; marsh below Findern; between Brailsford and Brailsford Park Farm; 
Meynell Langley. 

T2. Breadsall; Boden’s Ponds, Morley, Crewe cd: Whittaker. Canal-side 
near Chellaston. 

T3. Ponds at Calke, Purchas, J.B. Burton-on-Trent; Willington, Painter, 
J.B. &é C.D. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


T. angustifolia L. 
Native. E. Pools, river-sides. Rare.. P. June-July. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
P. Pond, Glapwell Woods. 


TYPHACER. AROIDEX. 285 


Tl. By the railway between Egginton and Uttoxeter, Purchas. Large 
pool by the railway below Findern. 

T2. Morley, Painter, J.B. 

T3. Archer’s Pool, near White Hollows, Purchas, J.B. Pond below Fore- 
mark Park, Bloram. Repton, Wild Fil. Rept. 


SPARGANIUM J. 


S. ramosum Huds. Great Bur Reed. 


Native. B. Rivers, pools, canals, ditches. Common. P. June-July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

Locally abundant and generally distributed. ‘‘Ponds up to 400 yards,” 
Baker, J.B. 


Var, icrocarpum Neuman. 


L. Dovedale, Painter, Natt. Brough. 
C. East side of Ley’s Fen, Old Brampton; Tibshelf. 
Tl. Pond between Yeaveley and Cubley. 


[S. neglectum Beeby. 


T3. Archer’s Pool; Mr. Bloxam’s specimen may perhaps be S. neglectum, 
Purchas, J.B.]). 


S. simplex Huds. Bur Reed. 


Native. BE. Pools, streams, canals. Local and rare. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Glover. 1829. 

L. Ashford, Gem of the Peak. 

G2. Pond near Bar Brook Hall, Chatsworth. 

C. R. Rother, near Renishaw, Waterfall. Eckington. 

Tl. Between Ashbourne and Norbury, Smith MSS. Between Mugginton 
and Brewards’ Car; Meynell Langley. 

T2. Railway cuttings, Breadsall, Crewe d& Whittaker. Sandiacre, by the 
canal; R. Erewash, near Long Eaton. 

T3. Archer’s Pool, Purchas, J.B. By the brook, above Egginton. 


AROIDEA. 
ARUM 1. 
A. maculatum JL. Lords and Ladies. Cuckoo=-pint. 


Native. E. Hedge-banks, woods, thickets. Common. P. April-May. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. Wake-Robin. 
General and abundant. ‘ Miller’s Dale to Wormhill, 350 yards,” West, J.B. 


286 AROIDER. LEMNACE®. 


ACORUS Jl. 
A. Calamus LZ. Sweet Flag. 


Denizen. E. Rivers, pools, Local and rare. P. June-July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 


C. Cutthorpe, near Chesterfield, Pilkington. Norton, Hb. Salt. Newbold, 
Drabble. 


Tl. Ponds, Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, A. Linton. 

T2. Ponds, Breadsall Priory, Crewe d: Whittaker. 

T3. Drakelow, Gibbs. Burton-on-Trent, Harris, C.D. Near Willington 
3ridge and the Junction Osier-beds, Rept. F. d& F. 


LEMNACEA. 


LEMNA 1. 


L. trisulea ZL. Lvy-leaved Duckweed. 

Native. EB. Ponds, ditches, canals. Frequent. A. June-July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

C. Hardwick Park; New Stanton. 

T1. Pools [Osmaston-by-Ashbourne neighbourhood], Smith MSS. Pond 
between Yeaveley and Cubley; swamps near the river, Marston-on-Dove; Sud- 
bury, by the railway; Brailsford Hall; marsh, Yeldersley Lane; pond at north 
end of Meynell Langley Park; Radbourn; Etwall; marshes below Findern. 

T2. Sandiacre; back-water west of Sawley; Long Eaton. 

T3. Near Calke Abbey, Purchas, J.B. Near Willington, by the road-side, 
Rept. F. d: F. Pools, Stanton-by-Bridge, Painter, Natt. 


L. minor Ll. Duckweed. 
Native. Bb. Ponds, ditches, canals. Common. A. June-July. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
General and abundant. ‘ Ponds up to 400 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


L. gibba L. Top. Bot. ‘‘ Howitt cat.” 

Native. EG. Ponds, ditches. Rare. A. July-Aug. 

First noted, Smith MSS., 1881; record, Rept. F. d F., 1881. 

C. Loscoe. 

Tl. Large pond right of the road between Sudbury Station and the village. 

T2. Ditch between Sawley and R. Trent. 

T3. Repton, Rept. F. dé F. Drakelow, in the Trent; in a wet place by the 
footpath between Egginton and Egginton Station. 


L. polyrrhiza L. Greater Duckweed. Top. Bot., ‘‘ Howitt cat.” 
Native. E. Ponds, canals, ditches. Local. A. July. 
First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 
C. Canal near Mastin Moor, and near Renishaw. 
T2. Canal at Allenton; near Chaddesden and Spondon; Thrumpton Ferry. 
T3. Knowl Hills, Purchas, J.B. Calke, Bloram. R. Trent, N.H. Tuto. 
Repton, Rept. F. d F. Pond by road-side west of Willington. 


ALISMACES. . 287 


ALISMACEA-: 


ALISMA J. 


A. Plantago-aquatica Ll. Water Plantain. Greater Thrumeort. 
Native. B. Ponds, rivers, canals. Common. P. June-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Generally distributed; in all the districts. About 250 yards near Mellor. 


Var. lanceolutun Afz. Glover, 1829. 

L. About Matlock, B. d& N., J.B. Dovedale, C.D. 

C. Long Meadow, Renishaw, Waterfall. Margin of Pebley Pond, Barl- 
borough. 


A. ranunculoides J. Lesser Thrumwort. Top. Bot., 409. 

Native. B. Marshes, bogs, ditches. Very rare. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Withering, 1787. 

P. Margin of Pebley Pond, Barlborough. 

T3. Betwixt Derby and Burton, Pilkington. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept., 
perhaps now extinct. 


SAGITTARIA JZ. 

S. sagittifolia LZ. Arrowhead. 

Native. E. Streams, canals. Frequent at low levels. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

G2. Canal at Whatstandwell, B. & N., J.B. Cromford Canal, Miss 
Armitage. 

C. About Renishaw, Waterfall. Chesterfield Canal, Drabble. Canal near 
Kirk Hallam ; Killamarsh ; Coal Aston; New Stanton. : 

Tl. Findern, Bindley. 

T2. Weston; Draycott, Hassé, C.D. Canal at Chaddesden, Painter, J.B. 
Canal, Chellaston; Thrumpton Ferry; Sandiacre; Long Eaton; Sawley. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. In the Trent, near 
Ingleby and Swarkeston Bridge, Glover. Old Trent, by Twyford Lane, Wild 
Fl. Rept. Drakelow. 


BUTOMUS Jl. 

B. umbellatus LZ. Flowering Rush. 

Native. E. River-sides, brook-sides, canals. Frequent at low levels. P. 
June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

C. Old Cut going towards Norbriggs, near Staveley, Waterfall. Canal 
near Shipley Gate, and near Mastin Moor; New Stanton. 

Tl. Findern, Bindley. Canal near Stenson. 

T2. Derwent banks at Ockbrook, Smith MSS. Draycott, Hassé, C.D. 
Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Thrumpton Ferry; R. Trent, near Sawley. 

T3. Swarkeston, Purchas, J.B. Anchor Church, Hassé, C.D.  Bretby, 
Gibbs. Burton, Hb. Mason! R. Trent, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. South of canal, 
Egginton. 


288 NAIADACE®. 


NAIADACEA:. 
TRIGLOCHIN 1. 


T. palustre 2. Marsh Arrowgrass, 


Native. B. Marshy meadows, by streams and pools. Local and not 
uncommon. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Miller’s Dale, West,J.B. Dovedale, Phyt, N.S., 1858, 538. Great Rocks 
Dale. 

Gl. Swamps up to 550 yards on Axe Edge, Baker, J.B. Stirrup, Fl. Ash- 
ton. Charlesworth, Whitelegg, C.D. Malcoff, Chapel-en-le-Frith; brook-side 
below Rowarth; near the Snake Inn. 

G2. Abney Clough; Umberley Brook, near Chatsworth. 

C. Ferriby Brook, Morley, Crewe d Whittaker. 

P. Near Clowne, Painter, Natt. Harlesthorpe, perhaps the same locality ; 
pool in wood, near the Walls, Whitwell. 

Tl. Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Smith MSS. Peathays, and by the wood, 
Shirley ; marshes by the railway below Findern. 

T2. Ockbrook, Smith, MSS. Near the canal, Sandiacre. ‘ 

T3. Pond-side at Calke, Purchas, J.B. Burton, Hb. Mason! Stapenhill 
and Drakelow, N.H. Tutb. Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


POTAMOGETON J. 


_P. natans L. Floating Pond Weed. 

Native. Bb. Ponds, canals, ditches. Frequent. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Pond between Fryden Wharf and Bakewell; in a pond at Broad Close, 
Tissington; Heathcote, Purchas. Bradwell, Painter, Natt. Pond between 
Great Rocks and Fairfield Common; between Ashford and Taddington. 

G1. Ponds up to 400 yards, Baker, J.B. Chisworth; near Lee, Mellor. 

G2. Whatstandwell, B. & N., J.B. Cromford Canal, Rogers. Chatsworth 
Park; small pond near Hassop Station; between Cross 0’ th’ Hands and Shottle 
Gate; near Stony Middleton. 

C, About Renishaw, Waterfall. Kirk Hallam; Beighton; pool east of 
Killamarsh; Parkhall, Barlborough; New Stanton; Dale; Hardwick; Pebley 
Pond; Sutton Scarsdale; Tibshelf. 

P. Pool by Cresswell Crags; pool in Langwith wood. 

Tl. Kirk Langley, Bindley. Bradley; Yeldersley Lane; Wyaston; between 
Allestree and Quarndon; near the Dove, Sudbury. Moist Ground adjoining 
Radbourn Common, Pilkington. 

T2. Near Trent Station; Breadsall, Crewe d: Whittaker. Canal, Chad- 
desden ; Sawley. 

T3. Archer’s Pool, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Nowe7s. Repton, Wild FI. 
Rept. Pond by the canal, Egginton. 


NAIADACER. 289 


P. polygonifolius Pour. 

Native. B. Moorland rills, pools, and ditches. Frequent; locally plenti- 
ful. P. July-Aug. 

First record, B. & N., J.B., 1884. 

Gl. Kinderscout; Charlesworth Coombs, var. ericetorum, Hl. Ashton. R. 
Westend, Gibbs. Near the Snake Inn; on Nether Moor, near Jaggers Clough; 
Bamford Moor; Callow Bank, above Hathersage; Roych Clough, Chapel-en-le- 
Frith. 

G2. Rills on Tansley Moor, B. dé N., J.B. Offerton Moor, Gibbs. Swampy 
woodland, near Hathersage Booths and above Padley Wood; under Harland 
Edge, Beeley; Umberley Brook, Chatsworth; Dethick Common. 

C. Damp ground, above Seymour, near Chesterfield. 

Tl. Hulland Moss, sparingly, in the upper part. 

T3. Repton Rocks; a specimen of Bloxam’s named xatans is clearly this 
species, Purchas, J.B. 


P. alpinus Bald. P. rufescens Schrad, 


Native. B. Ponds, slow streams. Rare. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Purchas, J.B., 1887. 

G2. Small pond not far from Bar Brook Hall, Chatsworth. 

T3. Archer’s Pool: found also by Mr. Bloxam in one of the Calke Ponds, 
Purchas, J.B. 


P. lucens L. Top. Bot. ‘‘ Howitt cat.” 


Native. EB. Rivers, canals, pools. Rather rare. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

C. Canal near New Stanton. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. 

T3. Canal near Willington, Gibbs. By Anchor Church, Hb. Mason ! 
Near Calke Abbey. The specimen too imperfect to allow of certainty, Purchas, 
J.B. 


P. prelongus Wulf. 

Native. SI. Canals, pools. Rare. P. July-Aug. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

T2. Canal between Osmaston and Chellaston, and between Chaddesden 
and Spondon. 

T3. Canal near Willington, Nowers! Canal near Burton, N.H. Tutb. 


P. perfoliatus L. 

Native. B. Streams, canals, ditches. Frequent. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

G2. Canal at Whatstandwell, B. d N., J.B. 

C. Near Marple’s Bridge, Renishaw, Waterfall. Canal near Kirk Hallam, 
Killamarsh, and near Shipley Gate; New Stanton. 

Tl. Findern, Bindley. Brailsford Brook; Marston-on-Dove; brook near 
Barton Fields; in the Dove, Sudbury. 

U 


290 NAIADACE. 


T2. Canal at Spondon and Borrowash, Painter, C.D. & Natt. Breadsall, 
Crewe & Whittaker. Thrumpton Ferry; Sandiacre ; Sawley. 

T3. Burton-on-Trent; Canal at Willington, Painter, J.B. d& Natt. Repton, 
Wild Fl. Rept. Brook above Egginton. 


P. crispus JL. 
Native. BE. Streams, canals, ponds, ditches. Common. P. July-Aug. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
Generally distributed ; in all the districts. 


Var. serratus (Huds.). 
T2. Canals between Derby and Borrowash. 
T3. R. Trent by Drakelow. 


P. crispus x perfoliatus. P. Coopert Fryer. B.E.C. Rep. for 1900, 
1901. 
T2. Canal near Chaddesden. 


P. crispus x Friesii. P. Lintoni Fryer. 

C. Canal near the Hague, Renishaw, 1899. This interesting hybrid was 
detected by Mr. Alfred Fryer, of Chatteris, on specimens of Mr. Waterfall’s 
submitted to him (Watson’s B.H.C. Rep., 1900). 


P. densus lL. 

Native. E. Shallow ponds, streams, and ditches. Rare. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

G2. Cromford; canal at Whatstandwell, Milnes, C.D. 

P. Near Nether Langwith; pools east side of Scarcliffe Park Wood. 

Tl. Osmaston Lake, near Ashbourne, Smith MSS. 

T3. Near Calke Abbey, Purchas, J.B. Old Trent, Repton, Weld Fl. 
Rept. 


P. zostereefolius Schum. 

Native. E. Canals, slow streams. Not uncommon. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Watson’s N.B.G., 1835. 

L. Matlock, Miss Armitage. 

G2. Canal and reservoirs, Cromford, Bailey, C.D. 

C. Canal near Shipley Gate. 

Tl. Findern, Bindley. 

T2. Canal, Borrowash, Smith MSS. Spondon, Painter, Natt, Thrumpton 
Ferry ; canal, Long Eaton, and Sandiacre. 

T3. Swarkeston; Melbourne Pool, Purchas, J.B. KR. Trent, near Burton, 
Hb. Mason! Calke, Blozxam. Drakelow, Painter, J.B. Willington Canal, Rept. 
BE & Fy, 


P. obtusifolius Mert! §¢ Koch. P. granineus Sm. 
Native. EB. Canals, old ponds. Very rare. P. July-Aug. 
First record, The Flora. 
C. Sparingly in the canal, near Killamarsh, 1897. 
P. Small pond above the Great Pond, Hardwick. 


NAIADACES. 291 


P. Friesii Rupr. P. mucronatus Schrad. P. compressus Sm. 


Native. B. Canals, slow streams. Rather rare. P. June-July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

C. Canal near Kirk Hallam, and near Shipley Gate; Renishaw Canal. 

T2. Plentiful in the canal below Osmaston, and near Chaddesden and 
Spondon. 

T3. Canal near Egginton. 


P. pusillus Z. 

Native. B. Ponds, canals, ditches. Frequent. P. June-Aug. 

First record, N.H. Twtb., 1863. 

L. lLathkil Dale, above Alport; pools below Great Shacklow Wood, near 
Ashford. 

G1. Mill pool by Black Brook, Chinley. 

C. Pond at the Hague, Renishaw, Waterfall. Canal near Shipley Gate; 
Loscoe ; Killamarsh; Kirk Hallam; New Stanton; Hardwick; Pebley Pond, 
Barlborough. 

Tl. Osmaston Lake, Smith MSS.! Pond at Old Yeldersley ; Marston-or- 
Dove. 

T2. Canal at Chaddesden and Spondon; in R. Erewash, Sandiacre, the var. 
elongatus, f. Ar. Bennett. 

T3. Pool between Foremark Park and Repton Waste, Purchas, J.B. 
Walton, Nowers. Brook near Bull’s, Repton, Rept. F. d& F. Drakelow. 


P. pectinatus UL. 


Native. B. Rivers, canals, pools. Not uncommon. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Glove7, 1829. 

G2. Canal at Whatstandwell, B. dé: N., J.B. R. Derwent, above Allestree. 

C. R. Rother, near Renishaw, Waterfall. Canal near Chesterfield; Kirk 
Hallam ; Shipley Gate; Beighton; Killamarsh; Hardwick; New Stanton. 

Tl. In the Dove near Tutbury, and Marston; Osmaston Ponds, near 
Ashbourne. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. Canal, Borrowash, Painter, Natt. 
Thrumpton Ferry; Trent Lock; Sandiacre. 

T3. Melbourne Pool, Purchas, J.B. Canal near Willington, Gibbs. 
Calke, Bloram. Drakelow, Painter, J.B. Repton, Rept. F. d F. 


P. interruptus Ait. P. flabellatus Bab. 
Native. B. Canals, streams. Rare. P. July-Aug. 
First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 
C. Canal near Killamarsh. 


T2. Breadsall, Crewe d: Whittaker ? 
T3. R. Trent at Burton, N.H. Tutb. Willington; Drakelow, Hb. Mason! 


In the Trent by Walton Bridge, K. Trimmer in Nov. Flora. 


292 NAIADACEA. CYPERACE. 


ZANNICHELLIA L. 


Z. palustris L. 


Native. B. Pools, ditches, streams. Rather rare. P. May-Aug. 

First record, Top. Bot., 1874. 

L. Miller’s Dale; R. Wye at Ashford, Bailey, B.L. Rec., 1876, 35; d C.D. 
Chee Dale, C.D. 

Gl. Water at Plumpton, Chapel-en-le-Frith. 

G2, Large pond, Chatsworth Park. 

P. Water at Markland Grips; pond in Langwith wood; Harlesthorpe, 
Clowne ; pool at Cresswell Crags, approaching Z. pedunculata Reichb. 

Tl. Foston; road-side at Little Derby, approaching Z. pedunculata Reichb. 

T3. Pond in Gills’ Park, Ticknall, Purchas, J.B. Egginton, Harris, C.D. 
Repton, Rept. F. & F. 


CYPERACEZ. 
ELEOCHARIS 2. 2°. 


BH. acicularis &.Br. Scirpus acieularis L. 

Native. EB. Marshy meadows, borders of pools and canals. Very rare. 
P. July-Aug. 

First records, Smith MSS., 1877; C.D., 1889. 

C. Pond to the north of Hardwick Great Pond. 

T2. Ockbrook, Smith MSS., July 13, 1877. 

T3. Old Trent, Repton, Hagger, C.D.! 


EB. palustris 2.Br. Common Clud-rush, 

Native. B. Marshes, damp meadows, canal-sides, by pools. Locally abun- 
dant. P. June-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Scirpus palustris. 

L. Lathkil Dale, Smith MSS. Dovedale, Nowers. Miller’s Dale. 

G1. Ponds up to 400 yards [Buxton], Baker, J.B. About the Reservoir, 
Chapel-en-le-Frith, Barker. Above Rowarth; north of Hope. 

G2. Lumsdale Reservoirs, abundant, B. dé N., J.B. By large pond, Calver ; 
mill pool above Woolley, Ashover Hay. 

C. Renishaw Canal; pool east of Killamarsh; pond at Parkhall, near 
Barlborough; Pebley Pond; Ault Hucknall; Hardwick; New Stanton; Great 
Pond, Wingerworth; Stainsby Pond; Sutton Scarsdale. Pinxton, Pilkington. 

P. Harlesthorpe, Clowne ; Whaley Mill.| 

Tl. Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Smith MSS. About Derby, C.D. Burnaston, 
Bindley. By the railway between Sudbury and Scropton; marshes below 
Findern. Betwixt Derby and Kedleston, Pilkington. 


CYPERACEA. 298 


T2. Breadsall, Crewe d: Whittaker. Canal-side, Sandiacre; west of Sawley, 
and Sawley Junction. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Burton, Hb. Mason. Canal-side near Egginton, 
Gibbs. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


E. multicaulis Sv. 


Native. B. Marshy places, by pools. Very rare. P. July-Aug. 

First records, Smith MSS., 1871-1881; Rept. Ff. d: F., 1881. 

Gl. Bogs, Ringinglow (West Yorks. Fl.), on the boundary, probably on 
the Derbyshire side. 

T2. Below Gardman’s, and near old P.M. Chapel, Ockbrook, Smith MSS. 

T3. By Old Trent, Repton, Rept. F. & F. 


SCIRPUS . 
S. pauciflorus Lightf. 


Native. B. Boggy places, marshes, by mountain streams. Very rare. 
P, July-Aug. 

First record, The Flora. 

G2. By Umberley Brook, near Chatsworth, about 300 yards. 

T3. Repton Rocks, Gibbs! 


S. cespitosus L. 


Native. BS. Moorland, heaths. Locally common. P. May-June. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

Common on all the moorland areas, rare in the rest of the County. ‘“ Axe 
Edge, over 550 yards,” Baker, J.B. 

Tl. Near a sheet of water in Allestree Park, Glover. 


[S. fluitans Z. 
Glover, 1829.] 


S. setaceus L. Isolepis setacea R.Br. 


Native. B. Wet sandy places, marshes, wet road-sides. Frequent. P.? 
July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Wye Valley, up to 250 yards, Baker, J.B. Damp road-sides, Matlock, 
B. dé N., J.B. Buxton, Rogers. Dovedale, Purchas, J.B, 

Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers. Charlesworth, Whitehead, C.D. Swamps 
about Burbage Edge, 400 yards, C.D. Stirrup, Fl. Ashton. Derwent Dale; 
Edale; Wood-seats, Castleton; Hood Brook, Hathersage. 

G2. By the Cromford Canal, Rogers. Abney Clough; Otterdale, near 
Shatton; Froggatt; east of Bradwell; near Hathersage. 

C. Barlow Brook, in Cobnar Wood; Wingerworth; Brackenfield Green; 
New Stanton. 

P. Harlesthorpe, near Clowne. 


294 CYPERACEA. 


Tl. Hulland Moss, Scott-Elliot. By Shirley Wood; Cubley ; Boylestone 
Old Hall; marshes below Findern. 

T2. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. Sandiacre. 

T3. Damp spots by the Melbourne Road, Purchas, J.B. Drakelow; Bretby, 
Hb. Mason! Calke, Blocam. Junction of Old Trent and R. Trent, Rept. F. & F. 


S. lacustris 1. Bullrush. 

Native. B. Pools, canals, rivers. Frequent on the Trias, less so elsewhere. 
P. June-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

C. R. Erewash at Stanton-by-Dale, Crewe & Whittaker. Pebley Pond. 

P. Harlesthorpe, near Clowne; Whaley Mill. 

Tl. Common about Derby, Glover. 

T2. Long Eaton. 

T3. Melbourne Pool, and in the Trent, Pwrchas, J.B. Calke, Bloxam. 
Swarkeston Bridge; near Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Old Trent, Wild Fl. 
Rept. Drakelow. 


S. Tabernemontani (vel. 
Native. EB. Pools. Very rare. P. July-Aug. 
First record, The Flora. 
Tl. By lowest of three ponds, near Hall, Meynell Langley. ’ 
T2. Pools near Trent Station, Carr, 1899. 


S. silvaticus ZL. /Vood Club Rush. 


Native. BE. Damp woods, margins of pools, brook banks. Local. P. 
June-July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Monsal Dale, near the Station and by the river, Smith MSS. By R. 
Dove above Hartington; Bradbourn Mill, Purchas, and J.B. By brook west of 
Wensley, on shale. 

G2. Black Rocks, Cromford, Crewe d: Whittaker. Brook below Bubnell 
Cliff, and under Birchill Bank, Baslow. 

C. Quarry Dam, Parkhall Woods, Waterfall. Walton Wood, Linton. 

Tl. By the Bridge, between Osmaston and Edlaston, Smith MSS. 
Marston-on-Dove. 

T3. By Springwood Brook, and by the Upper Pond in Calke Park, Pwrchas, 
J.B. Bretby Park, Gibbs. Drakelow, Hb. Mason! Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


S. Caricis Retz. Blysmus compressus Panz. 


Native. E. Wet turf in limestone dales. Local and rare. P. July. 

First found, Salt, 1801; record, Watson’s N.B.G., 1835. 

L. Below Chee Tor, 250 yards, Baker, J.B. Miller’s Dale; Dovedale, 
Painter, J.B. Field by the Buxton Road at the end of Monsal Dale towards 
Bakewell, Watson’s N.B.G. Yoxall Lodge, near Buxton, Garner. Just below the 
Bridge at Bakewell, Hb. Salt. 


CYPERACER. 295 


ERIOPHORUM Jl. 
E. vaginatum Ll. 


Native. BE. Moorland bogs. Abundant locally. P. March-April. 

First records, Gisborne, 1794; noted by Salt, 1799; Jewitt, 1811. 

L. Dovedale, Glover. Not there now. 

Gl. Over 550 yards on Axe Edge, Baker, J.B. Hills behind Mam Tor 
from Castleton, Watson’s N.B.G. Colborne Moor, near Chapel; Charlesworth ; 
Kinderscout, Fl. Ashton. Derwent Edge, Painter, Natt. Bamford; Stanage. 

G2. East Moor, Glover. Abundant on the moors west of Dore, The Natu- 
ralist. Dethick Moor, Gibbs. White Edge Moor, Grindleford; Darley Moor. 

P. Near Pleasley, Watson’s V.B.G. 

Tl. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. 


E. angustifolium oth, Cotton Grass. E. polystachyon L. 


Native. B. Marshes, bogs. Locally abundant. P. April-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Gl. Axe Edge, up to over 550 yards, Baker, J.B. Near the bottom of old 
lane which runs from Nithing End, Jewitt. Combes Moss, Painter, J.B. 
Charlesworth; Kinderscout, Fl. Ashton. Stanage Edge, var. elatiws Koch. 

G2. Tansley Moor, B. d N., J.B. Between Fox House Inn and Dore, The 
Naturalist. Grindleford Bridge, Hb. Mason! Near Higgar Tor, above Hather- 
sage. 

C. Near the Peacock Inn. 

Tl. Bog below Bradley Wood; Hulland Moss. Quarndon Common, 
Pilkington. 

T2. Breadsall, Whittaker, Phyt. 

T3. Bog at Foremark Hall, Purchas, J.B. Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


E. latifolium Hopp. 

Native. BE. Boggy places on heaths and in woods. Very rare. P. June- 
July. 

First record, Crewe d: Whittaker, 1824. 

C. Morley Moor, not common, Crewe d Whittaker. 

P. Scarcliffe Park Wood, in good quantity. 


SCHGNUS 1. 


S. nigricans L. Bog Rush. 


Native. B. Moorland bogs, wet peaty turf. Very rare. P. June-July. 
First record, Glove7, 1829. 
“Derby,” Wats. Top. Bot., “‘ Howitt cat.” 


296 CYPERACES, 


CAREX lL. 


C. dioica ZL. Top. Bot. ‘“‘ Howitt cat.” 


Native. SB. Moorland, mosses. Rare. P. June-July. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 

G1. Above Grindsbrook, Edale. 

G2. Umberley Brook, near Chatsworth. 

Tl. Hulland Moss. 


C. pulicaris L. Flea Sedge. 


Native. B. Heaths, moors. Frequent. P. June-July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Monk’s Dale, West, J.B. Road-sides, Buxton; Topley Pike; Cress- 
brook Dale, C.D. Diamond Hill, Rogers. Dale Head, near Wheston; Conies 
Dale, Peak Forest ; Harborough Rock. 

Gl. Swamps up to 500 yards, Baker, J.B. Stirrup Wood, Charlesworth, 
Painter, J.B. Charlesworth Coombs; Kinderscout, Fl. Ashton. KR. Sett, south 
of Hayfield; Bamford; Derwent Moor; Stanage. 

G2. Burbage Brook; Bechagg Wood, Froggatt; Umberley Brook, near 
Chatsworth; Redcar Brook, above Dore. 

C. Totley Moss. 

P. Scarcliffe Park Wood, east side. 

Tl. Peathays, Shirley. 

T3. Bog at Foremark Park, Purchas, J.B. Archer’s Pool, Bloxam. 


C. disticha Huds. ©. intermedia Good. 


Native. EB. Marshes, by streams and pools. Local. P. May-June. 

First record, Watson’s N.B.G., 1835. 

L. Lathkil Dale, Painter, J.B. 

Tl. Between Osmaston Church and Osmaston Grange, near Ashbourne, 
Smith MSS. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Ponds between Shirley and Osmaston ; 
Ash Cover, Yeldersley ; Cubley Brook. 

T2. Morley, Crewe & Whittaker. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. Canal-side below 
Osmaston. 

T3. Near the Upper Pond at Calke, Purchas, J.B. Drakelow, N.H. Tutb. 
Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


C. teretiuscula “ood. 


Native. B. Damp meadows, boggy places, Very rare. P. June. 
First records, Smith MSS., 1854-70; C.D., 1889. 
Tl. Between Shirley Wood and Rodsley, Smith MSS. 


[C. paradoxa Willd. 


Marshy meadows near Shirley Mill, Smith MSS. A form of the variable 
C. paniculata probably mistaken for it.) 


CYPERACE®, 297 


C. paniculata LZ. Panicled Sedge. 

Native. B. Marshes, margin of ponds and streams. Frequent. P, May- 
June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Bradbourn Mill, Purchas. 

G1. Charlesworth Coombs, Fl. Ashton. Near the Snake Inn. 

G2. Ashover, Bailey, C.D. Bar Brook, and under Birchill Bank, near 
Baslow; ponds, Chatsworth. 

C. Banks of Renishaw Canal, Waterfall. Canal near Mastin Moor, 

T1. Kedleston, Painter, J.B. Shirley Brook; Drabble Car, Bradley 
Marston Montgomery. 

T3. Archer’s Pool, and in wet copse at Milton, Purchas, J.B. Foremark 
Bottoms, Gibbs. Near Drakelow, Hb. Mason! Repton Rocks, Painter, J.B. 


C. vulpina J. . 
Native, B. Sides of streams, ditches, and canals. Common. P. June- 
July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Generally distributed at low levels; not noted for L, Gl, or G2. 


Var. nemorosa Rebent. 
C. In some quantity in an old dried-up pool between Alfreton and Shirland 
(see B.E.C., Rep., 1901). 


C. muricata /. 

Native. BE. Ditches, fields, sides of’streams and canals. Frequent. P. 
June-July. 

First record, Smith MSS., 1854-70. 

L. Ridge between Bonsall and Matlock Bridge, 300 yards, B. d N., J.B. 
Via Gellia, Gibbs, Monsal Dale; Lathkil Dale; Haddon, Painter, J.B. & Natt. 
Between Hartington and Beresford Dale, Purchas, J.B. 

G1. Castle Rocks, Allport Dale. 

G2, Canal Bank, Whatstandwell, Bailey, B.L. Rec., 1884-6, 135. Wirks- 
worth, Gibbs. Under Birchill Bank, Baslow. 

C. Kirk Hallam; Ault Hucknall; Denby Common; Tibshelf; Sutton 
Scarsdale. 

P. Bolsover. 

Tl. Between Tinker’s Inn and Clifton, Smith MSS. Mickleover, Painter, 
Natt. By Yeldersley Rough; Shirley; Cubley; Marston Montgomery; Long- 
ford; Boylestone. 

T2. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. Near Trentlock. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Willington, Gibbs. Stanton-by-Bridge, Painter, 
J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Egginton Common. 


Var. virens. Koch. Var. pseudodivulsa Syme. 
L. Lathkil Dale, Painter, J.B. 


298 CYPERACEA. 


C. divulsa (Good. 


Native. EG. Banks, woods, way-sides. Very rare. P. June-July. 

First record, Watson’s N.B.G., 1837. 

L. Dovedale, Purchas, J.B. 

Tl. Laneside, Rodsley towards Shirley. 

T3. Calke Park, Bloram. Mr. Purchas inclines to think that Bloxam’s 
specimen is rather the pseudodivulsa Syme, J.B., 1887, 1438. 


C. echinata Mur. Prickly Sedge. ©. stellulata Good. 


Native. B. Marshy places, meadows, damp woods. Frequent. P. May- 
July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

Gl. Swamps up to 500 yards [Axe Edge], Baker, J.B. Charlesworth 
Coombs; Kinderscout, Fl. Ashton. R. Sett, south of Hayfield; near Lose Hill, 
and about the Snake Inn; above Bamford; Hood Brook, Hathersage. 

G2. Tansley Moor, B. ¢& N., J.B. Otterdale, near Shatton; Burbage 
Brook; Froggatt; Umberley Brook, near Chatsworth. 

C. Breadsall Moor, Painter, J.B. East side of Ley’s Fen, Old Brampton ; 
Brackenfield Green. 

Tl. Between Shirley Wood and Bodsley, Smith MSS.! By Brailsford 
Brook, near Ednaston. 

T2. Morley, Crewe d: Whittaker. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Burton, Hb. Mason! Willington, Gibbs. Bog at 
Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


C. remota J. 


Native. BE. Banks of ditches, damp road-sides, canal banks. Locally 
abundant. P. May-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

ly. Via Gellia, Bi & N., J.B. 

Gl. Charlesworth, Whitehead, C.D. Mellor, Wild, C.D. Near Westend 
Farm, Gibbs. R, Sett, south of Hayfield; Hague Bar, New Mills; Edale; 
Allport Dale; Hood Brook, Hathersage. 

G2. Canal between Whatstandwell and Ambergate, Bailey, C.D. Near 
Hathersage ; Froggatt; Umberley Brook, near Chatsworth; Idridgehay. 

C. Renishaw Canal, Waterfall. Breadsall Moor, Painter, J.B. West 
Hallam; woods north east of Coal Aston; Birleyhay, Ford; Sheepbridge; 
pond, Parkhall, near Barlborough; Ault Hucknall; east of Totley; Newton 
Wood. 

P. Bolsover; Harlesthorpe, near Clowne. 

Tl. Mickleover; Radbourn, Painter, Natt. Shirley; Cubley Common; 
Marston-on-Dove ; Foston ; Lower Thurvaston. 

T2. Ockbrook, Hassé, C.D. 

T3. Lower end of first pond in Calke Park, Purchas, J.B. Foremark 
Bottoms, Gibbs. Egginton, Painter, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Drakelow. 


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C. axillaris Good. (©. muricata x remota. Top. Bot. ‘‘ Bloxam ms.” 

Native. E. By ditches, ponds, canals. Very rare. P. May-July. 

First record, Watson’s N.B.G., 1835. 

C. By the canal, between one and two miles north of Chesterfield. 

T3. By the side of the ponds, Calke Abbey, Bloram. There is no 
specimen in Bloxam's collection, nor could Mr. Purchas succeed in finding the 
plant in the locality, J.B., 1887, 148. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


C. curta Good. C. canescens L. 

Native. Bogs, moors, wet turf. Locally abundant. P. May-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Chee Tor, Pilkington. 

G1. Swamps up to 500 yards, Baker, J.B. Goyt’s Moss; near the Snake 
Inn; above Bamford. 

G2. Redcar Brook, above Dore. 

C. Stream by Greave’s Piece, near the Peacock Inn. 

Tl. Marsh in Yeldersley Lane, near Shirley. 

T3. Near Bull’s Farm, Repton, Rept. F. d: F. 


C. ovalis Good. C. leporina L. 
Native. B. Moist waysides, heaths, pastures. Common. P. May-July. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
Generally distributed. ‘‘ Ascends up to 550 yards [Axe Edge],” Baker, J.B. 


C. acuta J. 

Native. BE. Stream-sides, by ponds, rivers, canals. Rather rare. P. 
May-June. 

First record, Smith MSS., 1854-70. 

L. Meadows near Ashford, Bailey, B.L. Rec., 1884-6, 110. 

Tl. Between Shirley Wood and Rodsley, Smith MSS. Near R. Dove, 
Clifton. 

T3. Near Swarkeston, Bloram. Named stricta, is, I think, acuta, Purchas, 
J.B. Near the Boatstake, Burton, Hb. Mason! Stapenhill, Painter, J.B. 
Trent side, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


C. Goodenowii J. Gay. C. vulgaris Fr. 

Native. B. Marshes, wet turf, moorland, way-sides. Frequent. P. May- 
June. 

First record, Glover, 1829. OC. cespitosa. 

Generally distributed, and more or less plentiful on the moors. 

‘““Swamps up to 500 yards” [Axe Edge], Baker, J.B. A large robust form 
occurs at Pebley Pond, Barlborough. 
Var. juncella Fr. 

Gl. Near the Snake Inn; abundant on Bamford Moor. 

G2. White Edge Moss, Grindleford; Bentley Brook, Matlock. 

C. Totley Moss. 

Tl. Shirley Wood; Cupiss Lane, Brailsford, B.H.C. Rep., 1889, 273. 


300 CYPERACES. 


C. flacea Schreb. C. glauca Murr. 

Native. Bb. Damp pastures, meadows, moor-sides, waysides. Common. P. 
May-June. 

First record, Glover, 1829. C. recwrva. 

The commonest of our sedges, everywhere abundant. ‘‘ Swamps up to 550 
yards on Axe Edge,” Baker, J.B. ‘Frequent at all levels up to 350 yards” 
[Matlock], B. é N., J.B. ; 

Var. stictocarpa Ar. Benn. ? 

L. Slopes of High Field [Fell], 350 yards, West, J.B. Monsal Dale, near 
Litton Mill, at 900 feet alt. on limestone; a form near stictocarpa, but with 
larger spikelets. The fruit is asperous-hairy, with minute prickle-like papille, 
and dotted (punctate) where these papille have got rubbed off, B.L., Rec., 
1879. 


C. digitata L. 
Native. EL. Limestone dates. Very rare and local. P. May-June. 
First record, Glover, 1829. Top. Bot. ‘‘ Rogers rec.” 
L. Monsal Dale, Whitehead! A specimen of this is in Sowerby’s hb. in 
the British Museum, See also B.D. Rec., 1877, 248. 


C. ornithopoda Willd. 

Native. J. Limestone dales. Locally abundant. P. May-June. 

First found, Salt, May 7th, 1801 (C. digitata); first record, Babington, 
J.B., 1874. See also J.B., 1875, 193 sqq. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Whitehead Newton d: Hibbert, J.B. Slopes of High 
Fell [Field], 350 yards, West, J.B. Cressbrook Dale, 7. Rogers, B.L. Rec., 
1876, 183. Above the summit of the railway tunnel opposite to Litton Mill 
which was burnt down, Smith MSS. 


C. montana J. 

Native. E. On Magnesian Limestone cliffs. Very rare and local. P. 
April-May. 

First found, Waterfall, 1885; record, B.E.C., Rep., 1890, 278. 

P. Markland Grips, near Clowne, Waterfall, C.D.! Specimens were 
submitted to Mr. A. Bennett and so named by him. 


C. pilulifera /. 

Native. B. Heathland, moor slopes, woods. Not uncommon. P. May- 
June. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

L. Middleton Dale. Carr, B.L. Rec., 1881-2, 233. Monk’s Dale, Painter, 
J.B. Cressbrook Dale. 

Gl. Charlesworth Coombs, Fl. Ashton. R. Sett, south of Hayfield; 
Combes Moss; Jaggers Clough. 

G2. Darley Dale, Nowers. 

Tl. Shirley Wood. 


CYPERACER. 801 


T3. In one spot at Calke, Purchas, J.B. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. 
Repton Shrubs, Wild Fl. Rept. 


C. verna Chaix. Vernal Sedge, C. precox Jacq. 
Native. B. Pastures, heaths, banks, way-sides. Common. P. April-May. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 


Generally distributed. ‘‘ Near Buxton, 350 yards,” Rogers, J.B. ‘“‘ Wormhill, 
350 yards,” West, J.B. 


C. pallescens L. 


Native. B. Woods, copses, pastures. Rather rare and local. P. June. 

First found, Salt, 1798; first record, Glover, 1829. 

Gl. Stirrup, Fl. Ashton. Near Westend Farm, Gibbs. RB. Sett, south of 
Hayfield; Edale; Derwent Dale. 

C. Between Heeley and Norton Lees, Hb. Salt. Tibshelf to Hucknall. 

P. Langwith Wood. 

Tl. Meadows [Osmaston-by-Ashbourne neighbourhood], Smith MSS. 
Mickleover; Turnditch, Painter, Natt. d J.B. Shirley; Dog Lanes, Atlow. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


C. panicea L. 


Native. B. Marshes, heaths, way-sides. Common, P. May-June. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 


General and abundant. ‘‘Swamps up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


C. pendula Hus. 


Native. BE. Woods, thickets. Rare. P. June-July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Painter, J.B. In plenty by the river-side just beyond 
the Colour Works at Matlock Bath, Carr. 

Gl. Whitebottom Wood; Mellor, Hb. Whitehead, 1863! Ludworth, Painter, 
J.B. About Marple, Buxton, B.G. 

G2. Ambergate, Gibbs. 

T3. Repton Shrubs, Rept. F. d& F. 


C. strigosa Huds. Top. Bot. ‘‘ Bloxam sp.’’ 


Native. E, Shady banks, woods. Very rare. P. June-July. 

First record, Phyt. N.S., 1858,1612. 

L. Banks of the Derwent, near the Lover’s Walk, Phyt. 

Gl. About Marple, Buxton’s B.G. 

C. Newton Wood, scarce. 

T2. Ockbrook, Hassé C.D. 

[At the bottom of Springwood, Calke Abbey, Bloram (in N.B.G. 1835), “is 
just over the boundary,” Pwrchas, J.B. Seal Wood, Hb. Mason !] 


302 CYPERACE®. 


C. silvatica Huds. Wood Sedge. 


Native. BE. Woods, moist hedge-banks. Frequent. P. May-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Below Chee Tor, 250 yards, Baker, J.B. Via Gellia, B. ¢& N., J.B. 
Cressbrook Dale, Painter, J.B. Dovedale, scarce, Purchas, J.B. Great Shack- 
low Wood; road-side near Dog & Partridge Inn, Thorpe. 

Gl. Stirrup, Fl. Ashton, Charlesworth, Whitehead, C.D. Derwent Dale; 
Ollerbrook, Edale; Hague Bar, near New Mills. 

G2. Abney Clough. 

C. Kirk Hallam; Dale, Hassé, C.D. Hardwick Wood; Walton Wood; 
Monk’s Wood, near Sheepbridge; Linacre Wood, Old Brampton; Ault Huck- 
nall; Newton Wood. 

P. Langwith Wood; Whitwell Wood; Scarcliffe Park Wood. 

Tl. Osmaston Manor Park, and in shady woods about Ashbourne, Smith 
MSS. Radbourn, Bindley. Shirley Wood; Bradley to Atlow; Cubley Common ; 
Eaton Woods; near Marston Montgomery. 

T2. Morley, Crewe & Whittaker. 

T3. About Calke, Pwrchas, J.B. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Repton 
Shrubs, Wild Fl. Rept. Repton, Bindley. 


C. levigata Sx. 


Native. BE? Swamps, wet moorland, wet woods. Local. P. June-July. 

First record, V.H. Tutb., 1863? Wild Fl. Rept., 1866. 

G1. Swampy wood, Charlesworth, Whitehead, B.L. Rec., 1877, 225. 
Jaggers Olough, and near Westend Farm, Gibbs. Edale and Ollerbrook ; 
Derwent Moor, south side near the Sheffield Road, over 300 yards; near the 
Snake Inn; Allport Dale; Upper Hurst Brook, Bamford. 

G2. Abney Clough; Otterdale, near Shatton; Froggatt; Burbage Brook ; 
near Hathersage Booths; Hay Wood, Grindleford. 

C. Bogs near Dore and Owler Bar, The Naturalist. Owler Car, Gibbs. 
Near Harwood Grange, Chesterfield, Painter, J.B. Walton Wood. 

Tl. Occasionally in wet parts of woods, Smith MSS. Below the Old 
Covert, Mugginton. 

T3. Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


C. binervis ‘i. 


Native. B. Heaths, moors, woods, damp road-sides. Local. P. May- 
July. 

First record, Watson’s N.B.G., 1837. 

L. One Ash, Watson’s N.B.G. Castleton, West, J.B. 

Gl. Axe Edge, 400-500 yards, West, J.B. Valley of the Goyt, Painter, 
J.B. Charlesworth Coombs; Kinderscout, Fl. Ashton. Chinley; Edale; near 
the Snake Inn; Derwent Dale; Stanage Edge. 

G2. Tansley Moor, B. é NV., J.B. Hathersage, Hb. Syme. Under Harland 
Edge, Beeley. 


CYPERACES. 8038 


Tl. Shirley Wood, Smith, MSS. Cupiss Lane, Brailsford. 
T3. On some heathy ground near St. Bride’s Farm, Purchas, J.B. Burton- 
on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


C. speirostachya Sm. [C. fulva Good. Hybrid? ] ©. Hornschuchiana 
Hoppe. 


Native. B. Swamps, boggy ground. Local. P. May-June. 

First record, B.L. Rec., for 1875, 1876. 

G1. Stirrup Wood, wet pastures, seen as long ago as 1863, Whitehead, 
B.D. Rec., 1875, 182. Wild Moor, near Goyt’s Bridge. 

G2. Umberley Brook, near Chatsworth. 

C. Stream by Greave’s Piece, near Smeekley Wood. 

P. Markland Grips, by the stream, Waterfall. Swamp in Scarcliffe Park 
Wood. 

Tl. Near the old gravel-pit on Mr. Sherwin’s Farm, Osmaston-by-Ash- 
bourne, Smith MSS. Meadows at Peathays, Shirley; near Old Covert, Mugginton. 


C. flava JL. 


Native. B. Marshy places, peaty land, heath. Frequent. P. May-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Monk’s Dale, Linton. 

Gl. Swamps up to 500 yards, Baker, J.B. Charlesworth Coombs; Stirrup 
Wood, Fl. Ashton. Torside Clough, near Crowden; Wild Moor, near Goyt’s 
Bridge ; Slackhall; Hood Brook, Hathersage; Upper Hurst Brook, Bamford. 

G2. Otterdale, near Shatton; Froggatt; under Birchill Bank, Baslow. 
Marshes about Duffield, Pilkington. 

C. Birleyhay, Ford. 

P. Scarcliffe Park Wood; pool near The Walls, Whitwell. 

Tl. Boggy places in meadows [Osmaston-by-Ashbourne neighbourhood], 
Smith MSS. Shirley Wood; by Bradley Brook. 

T3. Damp places by the side of the Calke and Melbourne Road; bog at 
Foremark Park, Purchas, J.B. Repton Rocks, Rept. Ff. d F. 


Var. elatior Schlecht. (. lepidocarpa Tausch. 


Gl. Buxton, Rogers. Axe Edge, Painter, J.B. RR. Sett, south of Hay- 
field. 
C. Morley Moor, Painter, J.B. 


Var. Oederi Retz. Var. minor Towns. 


Gl. Bog, Buxton, Rogers, B.L. Rec., 1884-6, 110. Near Westend Farm, 
Gibbs. R. Sett, south of Hayfield; Combes Moss; near the Snake Inn; above 
Bamford ; Malcoff, Chapel. 

G2. Umberley Brook, near Chatsworth. 

C. Wessington Common; Brackenfield Green. 

Tl. Marshes by the railway, below Findern. 


304 CYPERACER. 


Var. cyperoides Marss. C. chrysites Link. (C. Oederi Syme, E.B. 


Gl. Charlesworth Coombs, Hb. Whitehead ! 
P. Scarcliffe Park Wood. 
T1. Between Copse Hill and Wyaston, Smith MSS. 


C. hirta LZ. Hammer Sedge. Hairy Sedge. 


Native. BE. Damp places, pastures, meadows, bogs, ditch-sides. Common. 
P. May-July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

General; in all the districts. ‘‘ Miller’s Dale, up to 300 yards, West, J.B. 


C. Pseudo-cyperus J. 


Native. E. Pond-sides, ditches. Local and rare. P. May-July. 

First record, Watson’s N.B.G., 1837. 

Tl. The Dumble, Hulland, Smith MSS. Findern, Painter, Natt. Marsh 
at Willington Junction, Rept. F. d F.! Abundant there in 1899. Pond between 
Yeaveley and Cubley, by the footpath. 

T3. In a pond on the outside of Calke Park, on the south side, Watson’s 
N.B.G. 


C. acutiformis Fhrh. C. paludosa Good. 


Native. B. Pools, river-banks, ditches, marshes. Frequent. P. May-June. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Banks of R. Bradford at Youlgreave; Bradbourn Mill, Purchas d J.B. 
Haddon; Lathkil Dale, Painter, J.B. d: Natt. KR. Wye at Ashford; Brough. 

Gl. Edale. 

G2. Harthill Moor; pond near Barbrook Hall, Chatsworth; under Birchill 
Bank, Baslow; Scow Brook, near Hognaston. 

C. Canal-side north of Chesterfield; Pebley Pond; New Stanton. 

P. Scarcliffe Park Wood, east side. : 

Tl. Lower Lake, Osmaston Manor, Smith MSS. Hilton, Hassé, C.D. 
Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Shirley; Radbourn; Marston-on-Dove; Bradley. 

T2. Canal-side, near Spondon; Sawley. 

T3. Drakelow, Hb. Mason. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Ingleby, 
Hassé, C.D. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Egginton. 


Var. Kochiana Gaud. 
Tl. Peathays, Shirley. 


C. riparia Cw’tis. 

Native. BE. By rivers, canals, pools. Frequent. P. May-June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Bakewell, under 200 yards, West, J.B. Near Bradbourn Mill, Purchas, 
J.B. Bank of R. Wye, opposite Haddon Castle, Bailey, B.L. Rec., 1876, 193. 
Brough. 


CYPERACE®. 305 


C. Canalside, near Kirk Hallam; near Shipley Gate; canalside, New 
Stanton. 

P. Harlesthorpe, near Clowne; east side of Scarcliffe Park Wood. 

Tl. Mickleover; Radbourn; Findern, Painter, Nat. Hilton; Clifton. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe & Whittaker. Sawley. 

T3. Ponds at Calke, Purchas, J.B. Ingleby, Hassé, C.D. Willington ; 
Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Old Trent, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Drakelow; 
brook and canal, Egginton. 


C. rostrata Stokes. Bottle Sedge. C. ampullacea Good. 


Native. B. Marshes, moors, pools, canals, Frequent. P. May-June. 

First record, Bloram, MS., 1833; Top. Bot., 1874. 

L. Chee Tor, 250 yards, Baker, J.B. Miller’s Dale, West, J.B. Bakewell; 
Lathkil Dale; Buxton, Painter, J.B. d Natt. Matlock Bath, Rogers. Pools, 
Via Gellia, Puwrchas. 

Gl. Wild Moor, near Goyt’s Bridge. 

G2. Reservoirs in Cromford Valley, B.& N., J.B. Strines Wood, Cromford, 
Bailey, C.D. Bar Brook, above Baslow. 

C. East side of Ley’s Fen, Old Brampton. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Bog below Bradley Wood, and by Bradley 
Brook. 


T3. Archer’s Pool, Purchas, J.B. Swarkeston, Bloram. Burton-on-Trent, 
Painter, J.B. Repton, Rept. F. & F. 


Var. latifolia Aschers. 


G2. Farlow Paddocks, between Baslow and Hassop, Bailey (f. Herr 
Kukenthal). 


C. vesicaria Ll. Bladder Sedge. 


Native. BE. Marshes, brooks, pools, damp copses. Rather rare. P. 
June-July. 

First record, Glover, 1829, 

L. Miller’s Dale, 300 yards, West, J.B. 

Gl. Wet place near Stirrup Wood, Charlesworth, Hb. Whitehead, 1864! 
Ludworth, Whitehead, C.D. 

G2. Ashover, Bailey, C.D. ~ 

C. Quarry Dam, Parkhall Woods, Renishaw, Waterfall. Great Pond, 
Wingerworth; Stainsby Pond, near Heath; Pebley Pond. 

T2. Elvaston, Hassé, C.D. 

T3. Swarkeston, Bloram. Near Ingleby, Purchas, J.B. Canalside, Willing- 
ton, Gibbs. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 

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306 GRAMINES. 


GRAMINEA. 
SETARIA Beaw. 


*S. viridis Beaw. 


Casual. 
Tl. Mickleover, railway banks, Painter, Nat*. 


PHALARIS J. 


*P, canariensis LZ. Canary Grass 


Alien, Waste ground. Occasional. A. June-Aug. 

First noted, Crewe d& Whittaker, 1864. 

L. Roadsides about Matlock, casual, B. d N., J.B. 

Gl. Burbage, Buxton, C.D. 

G2. Wirksworth, casual, Gibbs. 

Tl. Mickleover, roadsides, Painter, Natt. 

T2. Railway banks, Breadsall, Crewe d: Whittaker. 

T3. Woodside, Drakelow, Hb. Mason! Calke, Bloxam. Askew Hill, 
Repton, Hagger, C.D. Near the Trent, Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


P. arundinacea L. Reed Grass. Ribbon Grass. Digraphis arundinacea Trin. 
Native. B. By streams and canals. Common. P. June-July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Generally distributed. ‘ Ascends to 300 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


ANTHOXANTHUM J. 


A. odoratum LZ. Sweet Vernal Grass, 

Native. B. Meadows, pastures, waysides, woods. Common. P. May- 
June. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Everywhere abundant. ‘‘Common up to the Peak of Axe Edge, over 550 
yards,” Baker, J.B. 


Var. villosum (Dum.). 
Tl. Shirley Park, in shady places. 


ALOPECURUS !. 


A. myosuroides Huds, Field Foxtail Grass, A. agrestis L. 
Native or Colonist. E. Fields, waysides. Frequent. P. June-July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Tl. Common about Derby, C.D. Mickleover, Bindley. Hollington, near 
Longford, 


GRAMINES. 307 


T2. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. 
T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Stapenhill, Hb. Mason. Repton, Wild 
Fl. Rept. 


A. fulvus Sm. 


Native. E. Pondsides, watery places. Very rare. P. July. 
First record, B.H.C. Rep. for 1900, 1901. 
C, Ponds, Sutton Scarsdale. 


A. geniculatus J. 


Native. B. Ditches, damp roadsides. Common, A, May-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Generally distributed. ‘‘ Swamps up to 600 yards,” Baker, J.B. 

A wide spreading state, rooting extensively at the nodes, occurs here and 
there. 


L. Quarry pool, Buxton, Levinge. Pondside, Breadsall Old Moor, 450 yards. 


A. pratensis LZ. Meadow Foxtail Grass. 


Native. B. Meadows, pastures, waysides. Common. P. April-July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
General and abundant. ‘‘Common up to 500 yards,”- Baker, J.B. 


MILIUM 2. 


M. effusum L. Millet Grass. 

Native. BE. Woods, shady banks. Local. P. May-July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Great Shacklow Wood, Ashford ; Matlock. 

Gl. Stirrup, Fl. Ashton. Higher Cliff, Strines. 

G2. Ashover, Bailey, C.D. Woods S. of Ashover Hay; Bubnell, Baslow. 

C. Woods, Abbey Dale, Gibbs. Parkhall Woods, near Renishaw, Waterfall. 
Lady Wood, and other localities near Kirk Hallam; The Moss, Mosbrough; 
by Limb Brook, near Dore Station; Loscoe; Salter Wood. near Ripley; 
Brierly Wood, Unstone; Walton Wood; woodland above Yewtree House, Walton ; 
Linacre Wood, Old Brampton. 

Tl. Copses east of Alkmonton; copse at Stydd. 


T2. Ravine of brook to the right on upper way to Dale [from Ockbrook], 
Smith MSS, 


T3. Drakelow; Repton Shrubs, Painter, J.B. Repton, Bindley. 


PHLEUM 1. 
P. pratense L. Timothy Grass, Cat’s-tail Grass. 


Native. BE. Meadows, pastures, waysides. Common. P. June-July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 


Generally distributed. ‘‘Common up to 450 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


308 GRAMINE. 


Var. nodosum (1.). 


L. Ashford Dale; Miller’s Dale, Painter, J.B. Dovedale, Smith MSS. 
Gl. Mellor, Wild, C.D. 

Tl. Shirley; Ednaston Sprink, Brailsford. 

T3. Stapenhill, Paznter, J.B. 


AGROSTIS L. 


A. canina ZL. Brown Bent. 


Native. B. Moors, heathland, woods, copses. Local. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Diamond Hill, Rogers. 

G1. Axe Edge, Rogers. Swamps near Cat and Fiddle Inn, 500 yards, Baker, 
J.B. Derwent Moor, over 500 yards; Back Tor, Edale; above Bamford; near 
the Snake Inn, with the var. mutica Doell. 

G2. Moors near Dore, Gibbs. Froggatt; Curbar. 

C. Walton Wood; Blake Brook, near Baslow; Hardwick. 

Tl. Short dry turf [Osmaston-by-Ashbourne neighbourhood], Smith MSS. 
Shirley Wood; Bradley Wood; Aston, Sudbury. 

13. Heathy parts of Calke Park, Purchas, J.B. Scaddow Rocks, Wild 
Fl, Rept. Twyford Lane, Hb. Mason! 


A. palustris Huds. Fiorin. Marsh Bent. A. alba Wa. 

Native. B. Meadows, pastures, roadsides, ditches. Common. P. June- 
Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. A. tenuifolia. 

Generally distributed. 


Var. stolonifera (L.). Glover, 1829. 
L. Between Castleton and Hope. 
G2. Near the Derwent, east of Allestree Park. 
C. By the canal, north of Chesterfield. 
T1. Mickleover, Bindley. Cubley Common. 


Var. maritima Mey. 
G2. Crich Quarry, Smith MSS. 


A. vulgaris With. Common Bent. 
Native. B. Fields, roadsides, heaths. Common. P. July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. <A. capillaris. 
“ Ascends on Axe Edge, over 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


Var. pumila (L.). 

L. Oxlow Rake. 

Gl. Over 550 yards on Axe Edge, Rogers. Near the Snake Inn; Allport 
Dale; Ashopton; near Bamford Edge; between Milton and Hilltop, Whaley 
Bridge. 


GRAMINE. 309 


G2. Near Hathersage; Froggatt. 

C. East of Totley. 

T1. Between Wyaston and Shirley. 

T3. Damp spots between Calke Mill and Melbourne, Purchas, J.B. 


Var. nigra (With). Glover, 1829. 

L. Matlock, as abundant as typical vulgaris, B. d W., J.B. Via Gellia, 
Rogers. 

G2. Near the Cromford Canal, Rogers. 

T3. Calke; ‘‘one of a series of forms which show the common species of 
Agrostis to be much less sharply and clearly defined in Nature than in books,” 
Purchas, J.B. 


CALAMAGROSTIS Adu. 


C. Epigeios Roth. <Arundo epigeios L. 
Native. EB. Woods, shady places. Very rare. P. June-July. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
P. Scarcliffe Park Wood. 
T3. Gresley, Painter, J.B. 


C. lanceolata Roth. 

Native. E. Damp shady places, near pools and marshes. Very rare. P. 
July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. Arundo calamagrostis. 

T3. Gresley, Painter, J.B. 


APHRA ddans. 


*A. Spica-venti Beau. 
Casual. On cultivated land. 
Tl. Osmaston Park, Ashbourne, Smith MSS. Near Kedleston, Crewe & 


Whittaker. 


AIRA lL. 


A. caryophyllea LZ. Hair-Grass. 

Native. B. Gravelly roadsides and pastures, heathland. Frequent. A. 
May-June. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Foot of Chee Tor, 250 yards, Baker, J.B. Wormbhill, 350 yards, 
West, J.B. Monsal Dale, Whitehead, C.D. Dovedale, Puwrchas. 

G2. Eyam Moor; Stanton; Fallgate, Ashover. 

C. Horsley Car, Painter, J.B. Near Holymoorside; quarry in Hardwick 
Park. 

Tl. Shirley; near the Knob, Hulland; fields adjoining Yeldersley Lane; 
gravelly heath by the railway, south of Findern. 


310 GRAMINES. 


T2. Risley Park. 


T3. Near Calke, Purchas, J.B. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Gravel 
pit, Repton Village, Rept. F. dé F. 


A. preecox L. 


Native. B. Heaths, dry banks, and waysides. Frequent. A. April-May. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Painter, J.B, 

Gl. Charlesworth Coombs, Fl. Ashton. Woodhead, Barrow. Wild Moor, 
Goyt; New Mills; Hayfield; Grindsbrook, Edale; Bamford. 

G2. Eyam Moor; Curbar; near Hathersage. 

C. Breadsall Moor, Crewe d& Whittaker. Wessington Common ; near Holy- 
moorside; near Walton and Brampton; quarry in Hardwick Park. 

Tl. Bradley Wood, Purchas. Near Spinnyford Brook, Hulland; gravelly 
heath near the railway, south of Findern. 


T3. Near Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby Park, Painter, J.B. Repton, 
Wild Fl. Rept. 


DESCHAMPSIA Beau, 


D. ceespitosa Beauv. Aira cespitosa L. 


Native. B. Damp waysides, commons, woods, margins of pools and 
streams. Common. P. June-Aug. 


First record, Glover, 1829, 

Generally distributed. ‘‘Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. A form 
with shorter leaves occurs on moorland about the Snake Inn and doubtless on 
other moors. 


Var. pallida Koch. 
Tl. Low fields between Copse Hill and Edlaston, Smith MSS. 


D. flexuosa Zrin. Aira flexuosa L. 


Native. B. Moorland, heathy way-sides. Locally plentiful. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Rogers. Dirty Rake, Eyam. 

Gl. Between Bugsworth and New Mills, Rogers. Ascends above 6500 
yards on Axe Edge, Baker, J.B. Chinley; near Glossop; Rushup Edge. 

G2. Gritstone heaths, avoids the limestone dales, B. ¢ N., J.B. Wirks- 
worth, Gibbs. Froggatt; Harthill Moor, Baslow; Crich Common. 

C. Birleyhay, Ford; Brierly Wood, Unstone; Hardwick, on old heath- 
land. d 
Tl. Shirley Wood; by the Ash Cover, Bradley Brook; near the Knob, 
Hulland ; Mickleover; Dalebrook, Sudbury. 

T3. Calke, Bloxam. Seal Brook, Hb. Mason. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, 
J.B. Scaddow Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


GRAMINE. 311 


HOLCUS 1. 


H. mollis Z. Twitch. 
Native. B. Woods, roadsides, banks. Common. P. July-Aug. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
A troublesome weed. ‘‘Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


H. lanatus JZ. 
Native. B. Meadows, hedgebanks, waste places. Common. P. June-Aug. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
Generally distributed. ‘‘Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


TRISETUM Pers. 


T. pratense fers. Yellow Oat-grass. T. flaveseons P.B. Avena flavescens L. 
Native. B. Meadows, pastures, roadsides. Common. P. June-July. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 

Generally distributed. ‘‘Common up to 400 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


AVENA J. 


Ae pubescens Huds. Downy Oat-grass. 

Native. B. Gravelly or limestone pastures, roadsides. Frequent. P. 
June-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Chee Dale, 300 yards, West, J.B. Buxton, Wild, C.D. Ashford Dale, 
Painter, J.B. Monsal Dale, Hb. Salt. Abundant in limestone pastures about 
Dovedale, Purchas, J.B. Longstone Edge. 

Tl. Introduced with rocks from Ballidon, Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Smith 
MSS. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Shirley Common; Ednaston; Yeaveley; Cub- 
ley Common. 

T2. Canalside near Chaddesden. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Stapenhill, Hb. Mason! Burton-on- 
Trent; Willington, Painter, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


A. pratensis Ll. Meadow Oat-grass. 

Native. B. Dry limestone slopes, dry fields. Plentiful locally. P. July. 

First found, Salt, 1799; record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Common amongst the limestone cliffs, 200-400 yards, Baker, J.B. Dia- 
mond Hill, Rogers. Monsal Dale, Whitehead, C.D. Slopes of High Fell, 350 
yards, West, J.B. Matlock; Dovedale, B. d& N., J.B. Castleton; Middleton 
Dale, Hb. Salt. Conies Dale, Peak Forest; Bradwell; Dale Head, near Wheston. 

P. Markland Grips; Belph Moor, Whitwell. 

Tl. In meadows [Osmaston-by-Ashbourne neighbourhood], Smith MSS. 

T3. Repton, Rept. F. & F. Burton-on-Trent, Painter, J.B. 


Var. alpina (Sm.). 
L. Buxton, Phyt. i, 129. 


812 GRAMINEX. 


*A. strigosa Schred. Casual. 
L. Brassington Rocks, Nowers. 


A. atua ZL. Wild Oat. ‘ 

Colonist. BE. Arable land, in corn crops. Rare. A. July-August. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

C. Heanor, Watson’s N.B.G. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Brizlincote, N.H. Tutb. Repton, Rept. 
1G dat, 


ARRHENATHERUM Beau. 


A. avenaceum Beaw. False Oat-grass. Avena elatior L. 
Native. B. Hedgebanks, woods, waysides, fields. Common. P. May-July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Generally distributed and abundant. The var. nodoswm Reichb. occurs 
with the type on dry soil. ‘‘Common up to 400 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


SIEGLINGIA Berni. 


S. decumbens Bernh. Triodia decumbens Beauv. 

Native. B. Heaths, pastures, waysides. Frequent. P. June-July. 

First record, Phyt. N.S., 1858, 539. 

L. Foot of Chee Tor, Baker, J.B. Diamond Hill; Monsal Dale, Rogers. 
Matlock, Hb. Mason! Dovedale, Phyt., 1858. Dale Head, Wheston; Longstone 
Edge; Hartle Dale, Bradwell. 

G1. Ascends to 550 yards on Axe Edge, Rogers. Charlesworth, Whitehead, 
C.D. Valley of the Goyt, Painter, J.B. Edale; near the Snake Inn; Tarden, 
near Mellor; Hood Brook, Hathersage. 

G2. Tansley Moor, B. d N., J.B. Abney; Eyam Moor; Curbar; near 
Baslow. 

C. Once seen near Chesterfield, Waterfall. Troway; woods S.E. of 
Westhorpe; Unthank; Cutthorpe; between Tibshelf and Hucknall; Sutton 
Scarsdale. 

P. Elmton; near the Walls, Whitwell. 

Tl. Shirley; Yeaveley; Cubley; Mickleover; gravelly heath by railway 
south of Findern. 7 

T3. Bretby Park; Calke Park, Purchas, J.B. Stapenhill, N.H. Tutb. 


PHRAGMITES 7Zvin. 


P. communis Zrin. Common Reed. Arundo Phragmites L. 

Native. B. Pools, rivers, damp copses. Rather rare; abundant locally. 
Jey dNwl se 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Monsal Dale, C.D. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood, Fl. Ashton, Charlesworth, Whitehead, C.D. 


GRAMINE®. 313 


G2. Reservoirs near Matlock, rare, B. d N., J.B. Duffield, Painter, J. B. 
North of Belper, near the railway. 

P. East side of Scarcliffe Park Wood. 

Tl. Mickleover; Radbourn, Painter, Natt. Between Longford and Peat- 
hays; pond by the railway, between Sudbury and Scropton; near R. Dove, 
Clifton. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Burton, Hb. Mason! R. Trent, Ingleby, 
Hassé, C.D, Drakelow, Painter, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


CYNOSURUS /. 


C. cristatus L. Crested Dog’s-tail Grass. 


Native. B. Pastures, meadows, roadsides. Common. P. July-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
General through the County. ‘‘Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


KCLERIA Pers, 


K. cristata Pers. 


Native. B. Dry pastures, roadsides, especially on limestone. Locally 
abundant. P June-July. 
First record, Engl. Bot., 1799. Aira cristata. 
L. Very common in this district. ‘‘ Miller’s Dale, 300 yards,” West, J.B, 
G2. Crich, Garner. 
P. Markland Grips. 
T3. In one or two spots, and in small quantity, Calke, Purchas, J.B. 


MOLINIA Schrank. 


M. varia Schrank. Purple Melic Grass. M. cerulea Moench. 


Native. B. Boggy moorland, marshes. Locally abundant. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Glove7', 1829. 

L. Newhaven, Painter, J.B. 

Gl. Kinderscout, Fl. Ashton. Valley of the Goyt, C.D. Allport Dale; 
Glossop; Hood Brook, Hathersage. 

G2. Tansley Moor, B. & N., J.B. Moors near Owler Bar, The Naturalist. 
Froggatt ; by Hay Wood, Grindleford. 

C. Newton Wood; Totley Moss. 

P. Scarcliffe Park Wood; near The Walls, Whitwell. 

Tl. Shirley Wood; near Osmaston Church, by an old gravel pit, Smith 
MSS. Kedleston, Crewe d Whittaker. Peathays, Shirley. 

T3. In a heathy clayey spot near St. Brides; ‘‘ bog at Foremark Park” 
(Bloxam), Purchas, J.B. Scaddows, Wild Fl. Rept. 


314 GRAMINE. 


CATABROSA Beau. 


C. aquatica Beau. 


Native. B. Ditches, drains, pondsides. Rare. P. May-July. 

First record, Smith MSS., 1854-70. 

L. Near the Ebbing and Flowing Well, Buxton, Purchas. Roadside, 
Wardlow Mires, Linton / 

G2. Canal at Whatstandwell, B. ¢ N., J.B. Cromford Canal, Rogers. 

P. By pool, near the Walls, Whitwell. 

Tl. Between Brailsford and Derby, by the roadside, Smith MSS. Road- 
side, lower part of Shirley Village. 

T3. Swarkeston, Painter, Natt. 


. MELICA Z. 
M. nutans L. 


Native. S. Damp woods in hilly districts, especially on limestone. Rather 
rare. P, May-June. 

First found, Salt, 1800; record, Purton, 1821. 

L. Monk’s Dale, 350 yards, West, J.B. Miller’s Dale; Cressbrook Dale ; 
Dovedale; Cromford and Via Gellia, Painter, J.B. d& Natt. High Tor, Matlock, 
Whittaker, B.L. Rec., 1875, 133. Lathkil Dale, Gibbs. Monsal Dale, Hb. Salt. 
Ashwood Dale; Chee Dale. 

C. Norton, Hb. Salt. 


M. uniflora Retz. Melice Grass. 


Native. EB. Hedgebanks, woods, copses. Common. P. May-June. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

Occurs in every district, though slightly local in its occurrence. ‘‘ Woods 
up to 300 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


DACTYLIS J. 
D. glomerata L. Cock’s-foot Grass. 


Native. B. Fields, waysides, waste places. Common. P. June-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Very common. ‘Up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. A viviparous state occurs 
on cliffs in Chee Dale. 


BRIZA J. 
B. media Ll. Quaking Grass. 
Native. BE. Pastures, waysides, heaths. Common. P. June-July. 


First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Generally distributed. ‘‘Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


GRAMINES. 815 


POA IL. 
P. annua JL. 
Native. B. Fields, waste places, waysides. Very common. A. Jan.-Dec. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
*“Ascends to Axe Edge, over 550 yards,” Baker, J.B. A variety approach- 


ing P. supina Gaud. occurs at 1,800 feet, in Grinds Brook, Edale, on steep 
slopes. 


P. nemoralis l. 

Native. B. Woods, banks, rocks, wall tops. Local. P. May-July. 

First record, Glovev, 1829. 

L. Monk’s Dale, 350 yards, West, J.B. Ashwood Dale; Haddon, 200-350 
yards, Baker, J.B. Monsal Dale; Matlock Bridge, Rogers. Via Gellia, B. d N., 
J.B. Dovedale, Smith MSS. Hartle Dale, Bradwell; Dale Head, near Wheston. 

G2. Between Birchover and Wensley. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. About Burton-on-Trent, Harris, C.D. 
Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. Rept. 


Var. angustifolia Parnell. 
L. Chee Dale, Painter, Natt. 


P. compressa Ll. 
Native. BE. Dry fields, walls, banks. Local. P. June-Aug. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 


L. Blackwell Dale; Buxton, Painter, C.D. d& J.B. Matlock Bridge; Via 
Gellia, Rogers. 


G2. Limestone walls at Whatstandwell, B. d& N., J.B. Hazelwood. 
C. Barlborough. 


P. Elmton; Markland Grips; Langwith Junction and Upper Langwith ; 
The Walls, Whitwell. 


Tl. Yeldersley, abundant in fields; walls at Corley, Bradley. 


T3. Swarkeston Bridge, Bloram. Old walls, Repton, and on a roof at 
Calke, Purchas, J.B. 


P. pratensis L. 


Native. B. Fields, road-sides, banks, walls. Common. P. June-July. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 


Generally distributed. ‘‘Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


Var. subcerulea (Sm.). Glover, 1829. 
L. Common on limestone cliffs and walls, Baker, J.B. _ 
Tl. Roadside banks, Shirley ; Hilton Common; Marston Montgomery. 


P. trivialis L. 
Native. B. Fields, meadows, woods, waysides. Common. P. June-July. 
First record, Glove7, 1829. 
‘“Common up to 450 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


316 GRAMINEA. 


Var. glabra Deell. 
Tl. Ona shady bank by the road between Cubley and Marston Montgomery. 


GLYCERIA #.Br. 


G. fluitans R.Br. Flote Grass. 

Native. B. Brooks, canals, ponds. Common. P. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Festuca flwitans. 

Generally distributed. ‘Common up to 500 yards, Baker, J.B. “Swamps 
up to 3800 yards” [Matlock], B. ¢ N., J.B. 


G. plicata F’. 

Native. EB. Brooks, ponds, canals. Frequent. P. June-Sept. 

First record, Baker, J.B., 1884. 

L. Miller’s Dale, C.D. Dovedale, B. ¢& N., J.B. Cromford, Bailey. Near 
Hartington, Puwrchas. 

G1. Common up to 500 yards [Buxton], Baker, J.B. Chapel-en-le-Frith, 
Rogers. 

C. Barlborough Low Common; Dale. 

P. Elmton; Houghton; Glapwell. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Markeaton; Barton Blount; Dalebrook, 
Sudbury ; between Longford and Peathays, Shirley; near Ladyhole, Ashbourne. 

T3. Drakelow. 


Var. pedicellata (Townsend). 

L. Common in the lower reaches of Dovedale, Purchas, J.B. Between 
Miller’s Dale and Monsal Dale, Rogers. Hope; Brough. 

G1. Allport Dale. 

G2. Edge of Strines Wood, Cromford, Bailey, C.D. By large pool at 
Calver. 

C. West Hallam, near the Station; Loscoe. 

P. Houghton. 

Tl. Mugginton; Mackworth; Longford; Foston; Cubley; Boylestone Old 
Hall. 

T2. Canalside below Osmaston, and about Chaddesden and Spondon. 


Var. depauperata Crépin. 

L. Bradwell Old Moor; 450 yards. 

Mr. Purchas (J.B., 1885, 202) remarks: ‘‘ There are two forms of G. plicata ; 
one which I suppose to be the typical plant of Fries, is glaucous, with blunt 
broad leaves, which are folded in vernation; the other, a much taller plant, 
quite green, like G. fluitans, and with narrow-pointed simply-folded leaves, and 
with a much larger panicle; both of these, as well as G. pedicellata, were ob- 
served by Mr. C. Bailey and myself about the upper Reservoirs of the Via 
Gellia. . . Of G. pedicellata the fruit seems invariably abortive, if not infested 
with ergot, to which it is peculiarly liable.” 


GRAMINEX. Bly 


G. aquatica Sw. 

Native. EB. By canals, rivers, pools. Frequent. P. July-Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Dovedale, C.D. 

G2. Canal south of Whatstandwell, B. d: N., J.B. Cromford, Painter, 
Natt. 

C. Near Renishaw, Waterfall. Canal near ‘Shipley Gate, and near Kirk 
Hallam ; Fritchley. 

Tl. Findern, Painter, Natt. Marston-on-Dove; Scropton; Sudbury. 

T2. Spondon, Painter, Natt. Thrumpton Ferry; Sandiacre; by the Ere- 
wash, at Long Eaton. 

T3. Pond at Calke, Purchas, J.B. Willington; Swarkeston Bridge; Burton- 
on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. Canalside, Egginton. 


FESTUCA 1. 


F. rigida Awnth. Selerochloa rigida Link. 

Native. BE. Dry places, wall tops. Rather rare. A. May-July. 

First found, Salt, 1801; record, Glover, 1829. Poa rigida. 

L. Wall near Monsal Dale Station, 250 yards, Baker, J.B. Miller’s Dale, 
Painter, J.B. Near Bakewell, Hb. Salt. Near Dovedale, Purchas. Wall at 
Redhouse Farm, between Sandybrook and Thorpe. 

P. Wall near Clowne, Waterfall, C.D. 

T2. Sandiacre. 

T3. Ticknall Quarry, Rept. F. d& F. 


F. Myurus Ll. F. pseudto-Myurus Soy-Will. 
Native. E. Dry sandy places, walls. Very rare. A. June-July. 
First record, Glover, 1829. Top. Bot. ‘‘ Howitt Cat.” 
T3. Repton Park Wall, Rept. F. & F. 


F, sciuroides Roth. Vulpia sciuroides Gm. 

Native. B. Dry waysides, banks, walls. Local. A. May-June. 

First record, Glover, 1829. F. bromoides. 

C. Casual on arable land, Shirland. 

Tl. Sandy places by roadsides [Osmaston-by-Ashbourne neighbourhood]. 
Smith MSS. Slack Lane, Brailsford; between the Mill and the wood, Shirley; 
by cart road, north of Bradley Park Farm. 

T2. Sawley; Boyah Grange, Dale. : 

T3. Dry banks between Calke and Melbourne, and also at Dimminsdale, 
Purchas, J.B. Egginton Common, 


F. ovina L. Sheep's Fescue Grass. 

Native. B. Dry pastures, dales, heaths, waysides. Common. P. June- 
July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 


318 GRAMINES,. 


General and abundant through the County. ‘Ascends over 550 yards on 
Axe Edge,” Baker, J.B. 


Var. capillata Hackel. 
Gl. Fairbrook, near the Snake Inn; by R. Noe, Edale. 
G2. Frequent on gritstone heaths about Matlock, B. & N., J.B. 


Var. glauca (Lam). 
L. Dovedale, Pwrchas, J.B. Eldon Hill; Longstone Edge. 
G1. Near the Snake Inn; Longseats, Castleton. 


F. rubra JL. var. fallax Thuill. F. ovina, var. duriuscula Hackel. 

Native. B. Meadows, pastures, waysides, banks. Common. P. June- 
July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

Generally distributed. A very variable species, becoming much reduced at 
high altitudes, and very luxuriant in low meadow land. ‘ Frequent up to 500 
yards” [Buxton], Baker, J.B. ‘Banks and grassy places” (Calke], Purchas 
J.B. F. rubra. 


F. silvatica Vill. Wood Fescue. 

Native. §. Woods in hilly districts. Very rare. P. July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789 (who, however, speaks of it as ‘‘common in 
woods” rendering his record more or less uncertain); Knapp, Gram. Brit., 
1804. F. calamaria. 

L. Ashwood Dale, Painter, J.B. Plentiful at Matlock, Knapp. 

Gl. Shady part of Stirrup Wood, Charlesworth, very plentiful, Whitehead, 
B.L., Rec., 1875, 133. 


F., elatior JL. 

Native. B, Meadows, damp pastures, canalsides. Frequent. P. June- 
July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L, Taddington Wood, 250 yards, Baker, J.B. Dovedale; especially plen- 
tiful in the Via Gellia; when ‘in flower its divaricate panicle-branches make it 
conspicuous, Purchas, J.B. Miller’s Dale, Rogers. Castleton; by the Wye, at 
Ashford. 

C. By the canal, north of Chesterfield; near Kirk Hallam; New Stanton, 

P, Rowthorne ; Scarcliffe Park Wood. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Shirley ; Cubley Common, and Darley Moor. 

T2. Canalside at Chaddesden, and Chellaston; Trentlock; Sandiacre. 

T3. Burton, Hb. Mason! 


Var. pseudololiacea Hackel. Glover, 1829. F. loliacea, 

L. Dovedale, Nowers. 

Gl. Charlesworth Coombs (var. loliacea), Fl, Ashton, Chinley; Chapel- 
en-le-Frith. 


GRAMINES. 319 


Tl. Sinfin Moor; pond below Yeldersley Hall. 

T2. Meadows on the way to Spondon, and below Moor Lane, Ockbrook, 
Snuth MSS. 

T3,. Calke, Purchas, J.B. (loliacea). 


Var. pratensis Huds. Glover, 1829. 
““Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. General through the County. 


Hybrid. x Lolium perenne. B.E.C. Rep. for 1898, 1899. 

G2. Field beyond the brook north of Wensley, towards the Birchover 
Road, several plants with the parents. 

C, Alfreton; Shirland ; Tibshelf. 


F, arundinacea ‘Schrveb. 
Native. B. Streams, canals. Rare. P. June-July. 
First record, N.H., Tutb., 1868. 
L. Miller’s Dale; Cressbrook Dale, Hannan, C.D. 
Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. 
T3. Burton, Hb. Mason! Drakelow, N.H. Tutb. 
This and the preceding are connected by intermediate forms, and should 


be distinguished as varieties rather than species. 


BROMUS Jl. 


B. giganteus LZ. Tull Brome Grass. Festuca gigantea Vill. 

Native. BE. Shady places, woods, hedgebanks, Frequent. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Wye Valley, up to Buxton, 300 yards, Baker, J.B. Dovedale; thickets 
about Matlock, much less common than B. asper, B. d N., J.B. Great 
Shacklow Wood ; Cressbrook Dale. 

G1. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Rogers. Hayfield; Mills, near Mellor; Hathersage. 

G2. Holbrook, and east of Allestree Park; Froggatt; Bubnell, Baslow. 

C. Woods near Horton, The Naturalist. The Moss, Mosbrough; West- 
thorpe; by pool east of Killamarsh; woods N.E. of Coal Aston; Sheepbridge ; 
wood by Pebley Pond, Barlborough. 

P. Markland Grips. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. By Brailsford Brook; Shirley; Stydd. 

T2. Onthe brook banks below Moor Lane, towards Dale [from Ockbrook], 
Smith MSS. 

T3. About Calke, Purchas, J.B. Stapenhill, Hb. Mason! Drakelow, 
Nowers. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


B. ramosus Huds. Rough Brome Grass. B. asper Murr. 
Native. BE. Woods, hedges, bushy banks. Common. P. July-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. B. hirsutus. 
Generally distributed, perhaps most abundant on limestone. ‘‘Up to 300 
yards,” Baker, J.B. 


320 GRAMINE. 


B. erectus Hids. 

Native. GE. Limestone pastures and roadsides, dry banks. Local and 
rare. P. June-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Cressbrook Dale, Sunderland d& Hannan, C.D. Miller’s Dale, Painter, 
J.B. 

C. Barlborough. 

P. Markland Grips, near Clowne, Waterfall, C.D. Bolsover; near The 
Walls, Whitwell. 

Tl. Between Osmaston Manor and Copse Hill, Smith MSS. 

T2. Not very common but found in a wood near Little Eaton, Pilkington. 


B. sterilis L. 
Native. BE. Woods, hedgebanks, waste places. Common. A. June-July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Generally distributed. ‘“‘Ascends to 400 yards on limestone rocks over 
Castleton,” Baker, J.B. 


B. secalinus Ll. 
Colonist. BE. Arable land. Rare. A. June-July. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
Gl. Charlesworth, Painter, J.B. 
T2. Near Hopwell Hall, Watson’s N.B.G. 


Var. velutinus (Schrad). 
T3. Newhall, Hb. Mason. 


B. racemosus L. 

Native. B. Meadows, pastures, arable and waste land. Rather rare. P. 
June-July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Near Dovedale, Fraser, C.D. 

G2. In damp parts of meadows near the Ecclesbourn Brook above Shottle 
Station. 

C. Shirland. 

P. Whitwell. 

Tl. Near the Knob, Hulland; fields adjoining Yeldersley Lane; between 
Vicarage and the Wood, Shirley. 

T3. Damp grassy places, especially where water stands in the winter 
[Calke}], Purchas, J.B. 


B. commutatus Sehrad. 
Native or Colonist. B. Meadows, waysides, fields. Rare. B. June-July. 
First record, The Flora. 


Tl. Roadside between Osmaston and Ladyhole, near Ashbourne; by brook 
at Hilton. 


T3. Ticknall, Pwrchas. Burton, Hb. Mason. 


GRAMINES. 321 


B. mollis LZ. Soft Brome Grass. 

Native. B. Fields, meadows, waysides, waste places. Common. A. or B. 
June-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

General and abundant. ‘‘Common up to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


[B. arvensis Z. Glover, 1829. 
Shirley, C.D. An error.] 


BRACHYPODIUM Beau. 


B. gracile Beaw. False Brome Grass.) B. silvaticum R. & S. 

Native. B. Hedgebanks, wood borders. Common. P. July-Aug. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1868. 

“Common in woods up to 350 yards,” Baker, J.B. Not noticed on the 
magnesian limestone, where B. pinnatum seems to take its place. 


B. pinnatum Bea. 

Native. GE. Dry limestone or chalky slopes, pastures. Locally abundant, 
P. July-Aug. 

First record, Watson's N.B.G., 1837. 

L. Matlock Bath, Smith MSS. Great Rocks Dale. 

G38. Crich Stand, Painter, J.B. 

C. Westthorpe ; Barlborough Low Common; has spread to these localities 
from the neighbouring Permian. 

P. Abundant in all this district; noticed at Bolsover; Clowne; Elmton, 
Glapwell; Rowthorne, &c., B.H.C. Rep., 1893, 439. 


LOLIUM 1. 


L. perenne L. Darnel. 
Native. B. Roadsides, fields, waste ground. Common. P. June-July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
General and plentiful. ‘Common up to 500 yards,’ Baker, J.B. 


*Var. italicum (Braun). 

L. Introduced at Matlock, B. d N., J.B. Miller’s Dale, Rogers. 

G2. Between Birchover and Stanton; Kelstedge. 

C. Near the Rother, Renishaw; Shirland; Alfreton. 

Tl. Shirley; fields, Yeldersley ; between Allestree and Quarndon; Boyle- 
stone Old Hall; Hatton; Church Broughton. 

T2. Sandiacre; Shardlow. 

T3. Fields about Calke, Purchas, J.B. 


L. temulentum L. Bearded Darnel. 
Colonist. BE. Cultivated land. Rare. A. June-July. 


First record, Glover, 1829. 


x 


322 GRAMINE. 


L. Above Miller’s Dale Station, about 350 yards, Rogers. 
Tl. Near Rodsley, Smith MSS. 
T3. Parson’s Hills, Repton, Rept. F. & F. 


AGROPYRON J. Gert. 


A, caninum Beaw. Triticum caninum Huds. 

Native. B, Woods, copses, hedgebanks, brooksides. Frequent. P, July. 

First record, Glover, 1829, 

L. Common in the limestone woods up to Buxton, 350 yards, Baker, J.B. 
Matlock, frequent up to 350 yards, B. d N., J.B. Miller’s Dale, Rogers. Via 
Gellia, Gibbs. Dovedale, Purchas. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood, Fl. Ashton. Ashopton. 

G2. By the Derwent, below Mytham Bridge.} 

C, lLoscoe; West Hallam; woods near Coal Aston; The Moss, Mosbrough; 
Sheepbridge ; by Pebley Pond; Dale; New Stanton. 

P. Bolsover; Cresswell Crags; Harlesthorpe, near Clowne. 

Tl. Between Snelston and Norbury Church, Smith MSS. By Bradley 
Brook; copses near Longford; Cubley; Markeaton; Allestree; Kedleston Park ; 
Barton Blount. 

T2. Near Trent Station; Wilsthorpe, near Long Eaton. 

T3. Banks of brook at Heath End, Purchas, J.B. Calke, Bloxam. Burton- 
on-Trent, Painter, J.B. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


A. repens Beaw. Twitch. Couch Grass, 

Native. B. Hedgerows, bushy places, field borders. Common. P, June- 
August, 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

General through the County. ‘‘Common up to 400 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


Var. barbatum Duval-Jouve. Wats, B.E.C. Rep. 1889, 12. 
Gl. Hope; Hague Bar, near New Mills; Derwent Dale; above Castleton, 
G2. Hathersage. 
C. Hast of Totley; Linacre Wood, Old Brampton. 
P. Bolsover; Clowne. 
Tl. Shirley; Yeldersley Lane; Hatton; Longford. 
T2. Elvaston. 


Var. 


ca] 


obtusum Syme. 
G1. Derwent Dale. 
G2. Kelstedge. 
P. Bolsover. 
Tl. Yeldersley. 


NARDUS ll. 
N. stricta Z. Mat Grass. 
Native. B. Moorland,: heathy roadsides. Locally plentiful. P, June- 
July. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 


GRAMINE. 323 


» LL. Dovedale, B. d& N., J. B. Diamond Hill, Rogers. Alsop Moor, Purchas. 

G1. Ascends over 550 yards on Axe Edge, Baker, J.B. Near Glossop, 
and Snake Inn; Edale; near Eyam; Hood Brook, Hathersage; abundant on all 
the moors. 

G2. Tansley Moor, B. & N., J.B. Moors near Dore; Dethick Moor, Gibbs. 
East of Bradwell. 

C. Wessington Common. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Yeldersley,. 

T3. Near Calke Abbey, Purchas, J.B. Linton Heath, Painter, J.B. 


HORDEUM Jl. 
H. silvaticum Huds. Wood Barley. Elymus europeus L. 


Native. GE. Woods and copses, mostly on limestone. Rare. P. July- 
Aug. 

First records, Withering, 1787; Pilkington, 1789; Knapp, 1804. 

L. On the Bakewell Road, Buxton, Bab. B.L. Rec., 1877, 245. Matlock, 
Garner. Great Shacklow Wood, Ashford. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood, Charlesworth, Fl. Ashton. 

P. Pleasley Park, Watson’s N.B.G. 


H. secalinum Schreb. Meadow Barley. H. pratense Huds. 

Native. E. Meadows, fields, waysides. Local. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Near Bakewell, on the road to Buxton, Watson’s N.B.G. 

C. In the fields about Coxbench, Pilkington. 

Tl. Occasionally in meadows [Osmaston-by-Ashbourne neighbourhood], 
Smith MSS. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Between Allestree and Quarndon; 
Sinfin Moor; Marston Montgomery. 

T2. Between Chellaston and Swarkeston, Painter, Natt. Pastures by R. 
Erewash, near Long Eaton; Sawley. 

T3. Meadows at Calke, Purchas, J.B. Stapenhill, N.H. Tutb. Repton, 
Wild Fl. Rept. 


H. murinum L. Wail Barley. 

Native. EB. Waste places, roadsides, especially near villages and buildings 
Locally abundant. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Painter, Natt. 

C. Near Codnor Park Station, 300 feet; Ilkeston; New Stanton. 

Tl. Common about Derby, 0.D. By Tutbury Bridge, and near Hatton. 

T2. Chellaston, Hassé, C.D. Spondon; canal, Borrowash Bridge, Smith 
MSS. Near Trent Station; Sandiacre; Long Eaton; Shardlow; Boulton. 

T3. At Swarkeston Bridge; Repton, Purchas. Calke, Bloram. Egginton, 
especially by canal bridges. 


324 CONIFER. 


B. GYMNOSPERMA. 


CONIFERA. 


JUNIPERUS J. 


J. communis L. Juniper. 


Native. B. Limestone slopes. Rare. S. May-June. 
First record, Baker, J.B., 1884. 
L. Ashwood Dale, limestone cliffs, 350 [550 in J.B.] yards, Baker, J.B. 


TAXUS L. 


T. baccata LZ. Yew. 


Native. E. Woods and cliffs on limestone, doubtfully indigenous else- 
where. Frequent. T. March-April. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Matlock Tor, and over Bonsall, truly wild, but in small quantity 
B. & N., J.B. Plentiful in some of the cliffs in Dovedale, Purchas, J.B. 
Miller’s Dale; Middleton, The Naturalist. Cromford, Gibbs. Great Rocks 
Dale. 

C. Wood by Pebley Pond. The largest I have seen growing wild are 
situated on Smalley Common, Pilkington. 

P. Cresswell Crags; Markland Grips; Langwith Wood. 

T2. Morley, C.D. 

T3. About Calke, doubtfully wild, Pwrchas, J.B. Foremark Bottoms 
Hagger, C.D. Anchor Church, Wild Fl. Rept. 


PINUS Ll. 


P. silvestris LZ. Scotch Fir. 


Denizen; often planted or self-sown. S. Hillsides, hedges, copses. Fre 
quent. T. May. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Matlock, Crewe & Whittaker. 

Gl. Planted up to 500 yards, near Buxton, Baker, J.B. About Chinley 
and Chapel-en-le-Frith. 

G2. Self-sown about the Lumsdale Grit Quarries, B. d N., J.B. Black 
rocks near Wirksworth, Gibbs. Lea Hill, Cromford, Painter, Nat*. 

Tl. Radbourn, Bindley. Shirley ; Mackworth. 

T3. Bretby, Gibbs. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


FILICES. 325 


CRYPTOGAMEA. 
FILICES, 
PTERIS L. 


P. Aquilina LZ. Bracken. Brake. 

Native. B. Woods, heaths, hedge banks. Common. P. June-July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

Generally distributed. ‘‘ Ascends to 550 yards on Axe Edge, just meeting 
Rubus Chamemorus,”’ Baker, J.B. On Bleaklow Hill, Pteris reaches to about 
600 yards at Grinah Stones, whilst R. Chamemorus descends towards Wood- 
head to about 530 yards. ‘‘ Absent from Dovedale,” Purchas, J.B. 


[Cryptogramme crispa 2.Br. Parsley Fern. 

Native or error? Bot. Gwide, 1805. Top. Bot. ‘‘ Derby?” 611. 

Gl. Chinley Hills, near Chapel-en-le-Frith, Howard in B.G. It is probable 
that this fern did once grow in the above locality; Newman in his British 
Ferns (1854) regarded it as then extinct. | 


LOMARIA VWilid. 


L. Spicant Desv. Hard Fern, Blechnum Spicant Roth. B. boreale L. 
Native. B. Heaths, rocky moorland, woods, banks, avoiding limestone. 
Frequent. P. July. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

G1. ‘ Ascends to 550 yards on Axe Edge,” Baker, J.B. Burbage Edge, 
C.D, Fernilee, Phyt. N.S., 1860, 351. Torside Clough; near Goyt’s bridge; 
near the Snake Inn; Hood Brook, Hathersage. 

G2. Gritstone heaths near Matlock, B. d: N., J.B. Moors near Dore, 
Gibbs. Abney; Burbage Brook; Froggatt; Eyam Moor. 

C. Breadsall Moor, Crewe d Whittaker. Walton Wood; Totley Moss. 

Tl. Moist banks [Osmaston-by-Ashbourne neighbourhood}, Smith MSS. 
Burnaston, Lindley. Shirley. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. Repton Shrubs, Painter, J.B. 


ASPLENIUM Ll. 


A, Adiantum-nigrum L. Black Spleenwort. 

Native. B. Rocks, walls, shady banks. Rare. P. May-Sept. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Via Gellia, Rowland, C.D, Dovedale, Phyt. N.S., 1858, 538. Near 
Eyam, Painter, Natt. 

Gl. Fernilee, Phyt, 1860, 350, 

C. Breadsall Moor; Horsley Castle, Crewe & Whittaker. 

Tl, Doveridge Church; Brailsford, Smith MSS. Bank of road between 
Yeaveley and Rodsley. 


326 FILICES. 


T3. Walls at Calke, Purchas, J.B. Cricketfield wall, Repton; Anchor 
Church, Wild Fl. Rept. 


A. viride Huds. Green Spleenwort. 

Native. H. Damp limestone rocks. Rather rare. P. June-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Castleton to Old Moor, rare, 400 yards, West, J.B. Miller’s Dale, one 
plant, Rogers. Near Buxton, Bree in Purton. At the top of a ravine above 
Peveril Castle, Garner. Dovedale, Newm. Br. F. Extinct? Near Hartington, 
Fyldes, Rocks over Brook Bottom, Tideswell; north side of Eldon Hill, 500 
yards; Great Rocks Dale; Conies Dale, Peak Forest; Hartle Dale, Bradwell; 
wooded part of Chee Tor; rocks under Harper Hill. 

C. Coxbench Wood, Pilkington. 


A. Trichomanes LZ. Maidenhair Spleenwort. 

Native. B. Rocks, walls. Not uncommon. P. May-Sept. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. 

L. Up to 400 yards, Wormhill, West, J.B. Miller’s Dale, C.D. Tadding- 
ton Wood, 250 yards, Baker, J.B.  Poole’s Hole; Matlock, Gisborne. Upper 
Dove, below Buxton, Purchas. The Winnatts; Harborough Rock; Bee Low, 
and Conies Dale, near Peak Forest; Hartle Dale, Bradwell; near Monyash, and 
Ricklow Quarry. 

Gl. Near Whaley Bridge, towards Buxton, Phyt. N.S., 1860, 350. Mellor, 
Fl. Ashton. 

G2. Froggatt Edge, Painter, Natt. 

C. Dale, Hassé, C.D. 

P. Steetley, Friend. Markland Grips. 

Tl. Copse Hill, Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Smith MSS. Ona wall at Quarn- 
don, Pilkington. 

T2. Breadsall Church, Crewe d& Whittaker. Derby, Painter, J.B. 

T3. Walls at Calke, Purchas, J.B. Anchor Church, Wild Fl. Rept. 


A. Ruta-muraria Ll. Wall Rue. White Maidenhair. 

Native. B. Walls, cliffs. Frequent. P. May-Sept. 

First record, Dillenius, 1724. “Rutam murariam foliis variegatis. . . D. 
Richardson eamdem var. ex. com. Derbiensi in hortum suum intulit.” 

“In the rocky clefts of the hills of Derbyshire. . . . the fronds attain a 
length of six or eight inches and a branched habit that might readily induce 
the casual observer to regard it as a different species,’ Sowerby, Ferns of Grt. 
Brit., 1855. " 

L. Limestone cliffs, ascending to 400 yards over Castleton, Baker, J.B. 
Wormhill, 400 yards, West, J.B. Miller’s Dale, Barrow. Walls about Matlock, 
B. & N., J.B. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Dovedale, Purchas. Conies Dale, and Bee 
Low, near Peak Forest; Hartle Dale, Bradwell; near Monyash. 

Gl. Fernilee, Phyt. N.S., 1860, 351, Bridge over the EKtherow, about two 
miles from Mottram, Burton's B.G. Mellor, Fl. Ashton. 


FILICES. 327 


G2. Duffield Bridge, Crewe d Whittaker. Shatton; Grindleford Bridge ; 
Baslow ; Ambergate; Fallgate, Ashover. 

C. Wall at Norton, The Naturalist. 

P. Whitwell, The Naturalist. Markland Grips; Cresswell Crags; Upper 
Langwith. 

Tl. Walls about Derby, C.D. Ashbourne Churchyard, Miss Sandford. 
Quarndon, Glover. 

T2. Breadsall Church; Morley, Crewe d& Whittaker. 

T3. Walls at Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


ATHYRIUM oth. 


A. Filix-fceemina Roth. Lady Fern. 

Native. B. Woods, shady banks, by streams. Frequent. P. June-July. 

First records, Martyn, Phil. Trans., 1729. ‘“ Filix mas non ramosa, pinnulis 
angustis raris profunde dentatis,” Ger. emac. 

L. Longstone Edge. ‘“ Rare in the limestone dales,” Baker, J.B. 

Gl. Ascends to 550 yards on Axe Edge, Baker, J.B. Chapel-en-le-Frith ; 
Curbar Wood; between Bugsworth and New Mills, Rogers. Fernilee, Phyt. 
N.S., 1858, 612. Near the Snake Inn; near Crowden Reservoir; Bamford. 

G2. Near Hathersage; near Fox House Inn; moorside west of Kirk 
Ireton ; marsh by Cratcliffe Wood. 

C. Breadsall Moor, Crewe & Whittaker. 'Totley Moss; quarry between 


Mosbrough and Killamarsh; woods near Coal Aston; Barlow Brook; Nether 
Loads, Old Brampton. 


P. Langwith Wood. 
Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Cubley Brook to Birchwoodmoor ; brook below 
Hulland Hall; Cutler Brook, Kedleston ; Atlow; Bradley; east of Sudbury. 


T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Repton; Drakelow, Hb. Mason! Repton Rocks, 
Wild Fl. Rept. 


Var. rheticum (Roth.) Var. convecum Newm. 


L. On the Leek Road, quarter of a mile from Buxton, Withering. About 
Matlock, Phyt. NS., 1858, 612. Scow Brook, Hognaston. 

Gl. Chinley; Edale; Hood Brook, Hathersage. 

G2. Chatsworth; near Kirk Ireton; Handley Wood, Shottle. 


Var. incisum Newm. 
G2. Chatsworth. 


Var. molle Roth. 
G3. Sandstone near Matlock, Phyt. N.S., 1858, 612. 


CHTHRACH Willd. 


C. officinarum Willd. Sealy Spleenwort. 
Native. E. On limestone rocks, walls. Rare. P. May-June. 
First record, Jewitt, 1811. Aspleniwm ceterach. 


328 FILICES. 


L. Upper part of Lathkil Dale, Ley. On the rocks near Buxton, Wilson. 
Dovedale, formerly abundant, now almost extinct, Purchas, J.B. Near Beresford 
Dale. 

T3. Newton, Bloxam. 


SCOLOPEHNDRIUM Addans. 


S. vulgare Symons. Hart's Tongue. 

Native. BE. Shady banks, old wells, woods, rocks, Frequent. P. July- 
Aug. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Aspleniwm scolopendriuwm. 

L. Limestone cliffs, Matlock, avoids the gritstone, B. d N., J.B. Near 
Buxton, Green, C.D. Dovedale; Cromford, Gisborne. Via Gellia, Painter, Natt. 
Monk’s Dale, Linton. Cressbrook. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood, Buaton’s B.G. Mellor; Ludworth, Fl. Ashton. Near 

Whaley Bridge, towards Buxton, Phyt. N.S., 1860, 350. 

P. Markland Grips. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Nat'. Old well in Shirley Village. Littleover, 
Pilkington. 

T2, Breadsall, very rare, Whittaker, Phyt. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Stapenhill, Hb. Mason! Repton, Wild Fl. Rept. 


CYSTOPTERIS  Bernh. 


C. fragilis Bernh. Bladder Fern. 

Native. BH. Limestone rocks, elsewhere rare. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Ray. Cat., 1677. Filix saxatilis caule tenwi fragili, J.B, 

L. Lover’s Leap, Buxton, An. Brit. F. Limestone cliffs over Castleton, 
400 yards, Baker, J.B. Limestone cliffs, Matlock, B. d N., J.B. Miller’s Dale; 
Monsal Dale, Rogers. Wormhill, 400 yards, West, J.B. Eyam Dale, Hb. Salt. 
Eldon Hill, 500 yards; Bee Low, Peak Forest; near Monyash. 

Gl. Fernilee, towards Buxton, Phyt. N.S., 1860, 351. Edale. 

G2. Fallgate, Ashover. 

P. Markland Grips. 

Tl. Between Ellastone and Ashbourne, Smith MSS. 
Var. dentata Hook. Gem of the Peak, 1845; Buxton Guide, 1854. 

L. Cave near Buxton, Hb. Mason! Matlock, Gem of the Peak. 

G1. Fernilee, towards Buxton, Phyt. N.S., 1860, 351. 

G2, Chatsworth, Gem of the Peak. 


POLYSTICHUM oth. 
[P. Lonchitis Roth. 
Near Buxton, 1863, Darwen and Huish in Smith’s Ferns of Derbs.]} 


P. lobatum Presi. Prickly Shield Fern. 
Native. Bb. Limestone rocks, woods, banks. Rare. P. June-Sept. 
First records, Jewitt, 1811. P. Lonchitis ; Purton, 1817. Aspidium lobatum. 


FILICES. 329 


L. Chee Dale, 300 yards; Monk’s Dale, Wormhill, 350 yards, West, J.B. 
Near Buxton, Bree in Burton. Near Ashbourne, Nowers. Matlock, An. Brit. F. 
Great Shacklow Wood, Ashford, 

Gl. Fernilee, Phyt. N.S., 1860. Stirrup Wood, Buxton’s B.G. Near the 
Snake Inn. 

G2. Lindup Wood, Heathy Lea, Chatsworth, Gem of the Peak. 

Tl. Trusley, Painter, Natt. 

T2. Morley, Crewe d: Whittaker, 


Var. aculeatum Syme. 

Native. B. 

First records, Blozam MS., 1833; An. Brit. F., 1837. 

L. Monsal Dale; Chee Dale; Longstone Edge, Linton. Matlock Bath, 
Rowland, C.D. Peak Forest, C.D. Monk’s Dale, Wilson. Nearly eradicated in 
Dovedale, Purchas, J.B. 

Gl. Fernilee, Phyt. N.S., 1860. Stirrup Wood near Mottram, Buxton’s 
B.G. Mellor; Whitebottom Wood; Strines, Fl. Ashton. 

G2. Lindup Wood, Rowsley, Gem of the Peak. 

P. Markland Grips. 

Tl. Between Edlaston and Yeaveley, opposite Swallow Tail Farm; Long 
Lane, Edlaston; Dobbin Horse Lane, near Clifton, Miss Sandford. Trusley, 
Bindley. . 

T3. Calke, Blocam. Between Repton and Bretby, Rept. F. & F. 


P. angulare Prest. 

Native. E. Woods, shady banks. Local and rare. P. June-Aug. 

First records, Gem of the Peak, 1845? Buxton Guide, 1854. 

L. Near Buxton, Buxton Guide. Monk’s Dale, Wilson. Lovers’ Walk, 
Matlock Bath, Gem of the Peak. Hartle Dale, Bradwell. 

Gl. Fernilee, Phyt. N.S., 1860, 350. Near Flash, in the County, Miss M, 
Rogerson. 

G2. Stand Wood, Chatsworth, Gem of the Peak. 

C. Wood below Hallcliff Farm, Nether Loads, Old Brampton. 

Tl. Edlaston Wood, Smith MSS. Top of Quilow Hill, Edlaston, Miss 
Sandford. 

T2. Breadsall, Crewe & Whittaker. 


LASTRA‘A Presi, 


L. Oreopteris Presl. Mountain Fern. 

Native. B. Mountain heaths and pastures, copses, banks of streams. 
Locally plentiful. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Ray. Cat., 1677. Filix pumila saxatilis altera Clusti, Park. 

G1. On Axe Edge, 550 yards, with Pteris and Athyrium Filix-femina, 
Baker, J.B. Kinderscout; Burbage Edge, Painter, J.B. & C.D. Near the 
Powder Mills, and in several little cloughs between the Buxton New Road and 
the Goyt, Fernilee, Barker. Jaggers Clough, and near Westend Farm, Gibbs. 


380 FILICES. 


G2. Moors near Dore; Wirksworth, Gibbs. Dethick Moor, An. Brit. F. 
Froggatt; Ramsley Moor, near Baslow; by Burbage Brook. 

C. Horsley Car, Painter, Natt. 

P. Riley, Scarcliffe, An. Brit. F. 

Tl. Between Osmaston and Lentwood Farm; The Dumble, Hulland, 
Smith MSS. 


T3. Robin Wood, near Ticknall, Purchas, J.B. Repton Shrubs, Wild 
Fl, Rept. 


L. Filix-mas Presi. Male Fern. Nephrodiun Filix-mas Rich. 
Native. B. Hedgebanks, woods, bushy places. Common. P. June-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. 
Generally distributed and mostly abundant. ‘‘ Ascends up to 450 yards in 
Goyt’s Clough,” Baker, J.B. 


Var. afinis Bab. 

First record, Martyn, Phil. Trans., XXXVI1., 1729. “ Filix mas non ramosa, 
pinnulis angustis, raris, profunde dentatis,” Ger. Em. 

G2. Near Cromford Canal, Rogers. 

C. Common about Wingerworth, Martyn. 

Tl. The Holt, Edlaston, Linton. Yeldersley Rough, near Ashbourne. 


Var. Borreri Newm. Var. paleacea Moore. 


Gl. Chinley; R. Sett, S. of Hayfield ; Combes Moss. 
Tl. Edlaston Coppy. 


Var. abbreviata Bab. 


Gl. In the Peak, Derbyshire, Johnson and Sowerby, Ferns of Gt. Brit., 
1855. 


[L. cristata Pres/. Polypodium cristatum. 


Gl. Near Buxton, Jewitt, 1811. ‘Between Macclesfield and Buxton, 
Gisborne. | 


> 


[L. uliginosa Newman. 
Top. Bot., 516, ‘57 Derby.” ] 


L. spinulosa Pres!. Nephrodium spinulosum Desv. 

Native. EB. Damp or marshy woods and thickets. Not uncommon. 
P. June-Aug. First record, Francis, An. Brit. F., 1837. ‘‘ Derbyshire, Howitt.” 

L. Matlock, Smith, C.D. Between Ashwood Dale and Miller’s Dale; 
Peak Forest and Old Dam, Wilson. 

Gl. A small form, in a slight hollow on the side of Axe Edge, at about 
400 yards, Rogers. Ditch opposite Grindsbrook, Edale. 

G2. Cromford, Hb. Mason! Near Ashover, Hb. Salt. Shatton; Burbage 
Brook; marsh by Cratcliff Wood, near Birchover. 

C. Moorhole, near Hackenthorpe; Hardwick Wood; Walton Wood; Totley 
Moss; Blake Brook, above Baslow; wood by Pebley Pond, Barlborough. 


FILICES. Bol 


Tl. Shirley Wood, Smith MSS. Yeldersley Rough; Edlaston Coppy ; 
Hulland Moss. 

T3. Repton Shrubs; Foremark, Painter, J.B. Repton Rocks, Wild Fl. 
Rept. 


L. dilatata Pres/. Nephrodium dilatatum Desv. 

Native. B. Woods, damp hedgebanks, thickets. Common. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Sm. Engl. Fl., 1824. Aspidiwn dumetorum. 

Generally distributed, and abundant in many parts of the County. ‘ Peak 
of Axe Edge, over 550 yards,” Baker, J.B. A very glandular form occurs 
in moist woods about Hathersage and Grindleford Bridge, on gritstone. <A 
glandular form with narrow fronds and light coloured scales occurs at Chinley 
Churn (G1). The small form (dwmetorwm) is recorded in An. Brit. F'. 1837, 
for Black Rock, Cromford. 


POLYPODIUM 1. 


P. vulgare LZ. Polypody. 
Native. B. Banks, rocks, old trees, walls. Common, P. June-Oct. 
First record, Jewitt, 1811. 
General through the County. ‘‘ Wormhill, 400 yards,” West, J.B. 
‘‘ Limestone cliffs up to 300 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


Var. cambricum Willd. Jagged Polypody. 
L. Near Buxton, Jewitt. 


PHEGOPTERIS Presi. 


P. Dryopteris Fé. Oak Fern. Polypodiwm Dryopteris L. 

Native. S. Mountain woods, shady places among rocks. Rare. P. July- 
Aug. 

First record, Bot. Gwide, 1805. 

L. Hill between the Old and New Baths, Matlock, Phyt. N.S., 1858, 612. 

Gl. Chinley Hill, Bot. Guide. Fernilee, Phyt. N.S., 1860, 351. Charles- 
worth Coombs; Stirrup Wood; Ernocroft, Fl, Ashton. Woods near Compstall 
[in Derbs.], Wilson. Jaggers Clough, Gibbs. Fairbrook Clough, near the Snake 
Inn. 

G2. Near Rowsley, Crewe d Whittaker. Umberley Brook, low down in 
the woodland, Chatsworth. 

P. About the rocks near Pleasley Forges, Bot. Guide. 

Tl. Cubley, Goodall ! 


P. calcarea Fée. Limestone Fern. Polypodium Robertianun Hoftm. 

Native. EI. Damp limestone rocks. Rather rare. P. July-Aug. 

First record, Bolton. Fil. Brit,, 1790, who describes what is evidently this 
plant as a var. of Oak-fern; also Withering, 1792. 


882 FILICES. 


L. Between 250 and 350 yards [Wye Valley], Baker, J.B. Near Buxton, 
Purton. Miller’s Dale, Nowers. About Matlock Bath, Sm. Eng. Fl. Matlock, 
Hb. Mason! Middleton Dale, Glover. Beyond the Bar, Ashbourne to Cromford, 
Smith MSS. Great Rocks Dale; Topley Pike; Coombs Dale, near Calver. 


P. polypodioides Fe. Beech Fern. Polypodiwn Phegopteris L. 


Native. SB. Damp shady !places among hills, mountain woods. Rare. 
June-Aug. 

First record, Jewitt, 1811. 

L. Near Ashwood Dale, Jewitt. Near Hartington, Smith MSS. 

Gl. Between Ashopton and Snake Inn, Smith MSS. Stirrup Wood, 
Buxton’s B.G. Ernocroft, Fl. Ashton. Jaggers Clough, Gibbs. Mellor, Wilson. 
Jarvis Clough, Ashopton; Fairbrook Clough; Hood Brook, Hathersage; Roych 
Clough, Chapel-en-le-Frith, 

G2. Abney Clough. 

Tl. Near Windley, Crewe & Whittaker. 


OSMUNDA 1. 


O. regalis LZ. Royal Fern. 


Native. B. Bogs, marshy woods. Very rare. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Formerly near Castleton, now extinct through the operations of fern- 
sellers, C.D. 

G2. Darley Dale, Smith MSS. 

Tl. Breward’s Car, Mugginton, now extinct, :carried off to cottagers 
gardens about 1890; Osmaston Ponds, on one of the islands, planted, I under- 


, 


stand. 


OPHIOGLOSSUM 1. 


O. vulgatum Ll. <Adder’s Tongue. 


Native. B. Meadows, pastures, dales. Frequent. P. May-July. 

First record, Withering, 1792. 

L. Matlock Bath, Cromford; Thorpe, Rowland, C.D. Miller's Dale, Gibbs. 
Monsal Dale, Painter, Natt. Oxlow Rake, and Perryfoot, near Peak Forest; 
Litton ; fields, north side of}Hassop. 

Gl. Stirrup, Fl. Ashton. Burbage, Painter, J.B. Mellor, Wilson. Chinley ; 
Edale; Hood Brook, Hathersage. 

G2. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Between Whatstandwell and Cromford, Nat. 
Hist. Journ. Shottle, Glover. Beeley. Dethick, Pilkington. 

C. Meadow near Beighton Fields; near Renishaw, Waterfall. Heanor, 
An. Brit. F. 

P. Bolsover. 

Tl. Mickleover; Radbourn, Painter, Natt. Hognaston, Rowland, C.D. 
Hulland; Shirley Common; Cubley Common; east of Alkmonton. 


FILICES, EQUISETACER. 833 


T2. Breadsall; Morley, Crewe d& Whittaker. Hopwell Park, Hassé, C.D. 
Derby, Painter, J.B. 

T3. Meadows and pastures, Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. Knowl 
Hills, Nowers. Repton; near Foremark, Wild Fl. Rept. 


BOTRYCHIUM Sw. 


B. Lunaria Sw. Moonwort. 

Native. BS. Pastures, heaths. Local. P. May-July. 

First record, Pilkington, 1789. Osmunda lunaria. 

L. Monk’s Dale, 350 yards; Matlock Bath, West, J.B. I once met with 
this on one of the ‘hills above Dovedale, at about 400 yards, Purchas, J.B. 
Masson, Matlock; near Wirksworth, Phyt. iii., 222. Bradwell Dale, Snelgrove. 
Harborough Rock. 

G1. Charlesworth Coombs, Fl. Ashton. Burbage Edge, Green, C.D. 
Corbar Wood, Buxton Guide. Ollerenshaw Farm, Chapel; on Wild’s Farm, 
south of Cadster, Fernilee, Barker. Buxton, on the road to Manchester, a form 
with branched stalk, bearing several leaves and compound spikes, Bot. Guide. 

G2. Wirksworth, Gibbs. Cromford, Nowers. Bar Brook, above Baslow, 
Linton. Sir William, Eyam; near Calver Mill Weir, Gem of the Peak. Road- 
side, Eyam Edge to Great Hucklow. 

C. Moors near Brampton, Gem of the Peak. 

Tl. Short turfy meadows [Osmaston-by-Ashbourne neighbourhood], Smith 
MSS. Kedleston, Crewe & Whittaker. Field above Edlaston Coppice Farm, 
Miss Sandford. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Above the Knoll Wood, Bradley ; 
between Ladyhole Farm and Bradley Wood; Shirley, fields near the Vicarage. 

T3. About Calke, very local and in small quantity, Purchas, J.B. 
Swarkeston, N.H. Tutb. Sandy Fields near Foremark Hall and Southwood 
Close, Wild Fil. Rept. 

The B. rutaceum Sw. is reported to have been found near Buxton, Moor’s 
Ferns of Gt. Britain and Ireland, ‘The var. with fimbriated pinnules ‘occurs 
at Osmaston,” Smith MSS. 


EQUISETACEA. 
EQUISETUM 1. 


EH. maximum Lam. Great Horsetail. EF. Telmateia Ehrh. 

Native. EB. Damp places, hedgebanks. Local. P. April-May. 

First noted, Crewe d& Whittaker, 1864. 

L. Matlock Bath, Rogers. On shale by brook N.W. of Wensley; Ash- 
bourne Green. 

Gl. Hague Bar, near New Mills; between Chinley Station and Lydgate. 

G2. About the stream in Cromford Dale, B. d N., J.B. Under Birchill 
Bank, near Baslow; Harthill Moor, near Birchover, about 250 yards. 


3384 EQUISETACE. 


C. Newton Wood; Hucknall Wood. 

Tl. By stream between Copse Hill and Wyaston Grove, Snuth MSS. 
Mugginton, Painter, Natt. The Ash Cover, by Bradley Brook; brook below 
Hulland Hall. 

T2. Ockbrook, Smith MSS. Morley, Crewe d& Whittaker. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. Repton Rocks, Rept. F. & F. 


E. arvense Ll. Field Horsetuil. 


Native. B. Banks, fields, waysides. Common. P. March-April. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
‘““Common up to 450 yards,” Baker, J.B. 


E. silvaticum J. 

Native. B. Woods, damp banks, borders of fields, brooksides. Locally 
abundant. P. April-June. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Bradwell; on shale N.W. of Wensley. 

Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith; near New Mills, Rogers. Mellor, Searle, C.D. 
Burbage Edge, C.D. Near the Snake Inn; Chisworth; Dinting; near Crowden 
Reservoir; upper Hurst Brook, Bamford, about 230 yards. 

G2. Black Rocks, Cromford, Crewe d& Whittaker. Wirksworth, Bindley 
Abney Clough ; near Offerton; Great Hucklow; Froggatt; east of Bradwell; near 
Hathersage Booths; Hay Wood, Grindleford ; Ashover Hay. 

C. Horsley Car, Crewe & Whittaker. Dale Abbey, An. Brit. F. Wooded 
ravine east of Totley; pool east of Killamarsh ; woods near Coal Aston; Walton 
Wood. 

Tl. Kirk Langley, Painter, Natt. Bradley; near the Brickyard, Yel- 
dersley, the var. capillare, B.H.C. Rep., 1888, 195. 

- 13. Calke to Southwood, Purchas. Bretby, Gibbs. Smisby, N.H. Tutb. 


EH. palustre L. Marsh Horsetail. 


Native. B. Damp places, marshes, bogs. Common. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Jewitt, 1811. 

Generally distributed, though scarcely plentiful anywhere. ‘“‘Swamps up 
to 500 yards,” Baker, J.B. 
Var. polystachyum auct. 

G2. Near Hassop Station, Linton. 


H. limosum Sm. 


Native. B. Ditches, canals, pools, marshes. Frequent. P. June-Aug. 
First record, Pilkington, 1789. EH. fluviale. 

L. Between Castleton and Chapel, Phyt. N. S., 1858, 482. 

G1. Swamps up to 500 yards, Baker, J.B. Chapel Reservoir; Edale, 


EQUISETACES. LYCOPODIACE, 835 


C. Little London Dam, near Heeley, The Natwralist. Newton Wood, 
Pilkington. Foxen Dam, Gibbs. Totley Moss; Ault Hucknall. 

Tl. Tinker’s Inn, Osmaston-by-Ashbourne, Smith MSS. Shirley; pond 
between Cubley Brook and Birchwood Moor; Marston Montgomery. 

T2. Osmaston-by-Derby; Breadsall, Painter, J.B. By R. Erewash, near 
Long Eaton. 

T3. Calke, Purchas, J.B. Bretby, Gibbs. Gresley, Painter, J.B. Repton, 
Wild Fl. Rept. By the canal, Egginton. 

Var. fluviatile (L.) Glover, 1829. 

L. Matlock Bath, Rogers. Ditches by the road from Castleton to Chapel, 
Phyt. N.S., 1858, 482. Heathcote, Pwrchas. 

Gl. Chapel Reservoir, Barker. 

G2. Cromford and Lumsdale Reservoirs, B. d N., J.B. Large pool at 
Calver; Ambergate. 

C. Newton Wood, Glover! Stainsby Pond, near Heath; pool east of 
Killamarsh ; pool by Parkhall Woods; Birleyhay, Ford; Pebley Pond; millpond 
N.E. of Fritchley. 

P. Harlesthorpe, near Clowne. 

Tl. Radbourn, Painter, Natt. Bradley; Marston Montgomery; between 
Sudbury and Scropton, railway ditch ; Marston-on-Dove. 

T3. Repton, Painter, Natt. 


LYCOPODIACEA., 


LYCOPODIUM 2. 


L. Selago L. Fir Club Moss. 


Native. BH. Moors, heaths, bogs. Rare. P. April-Aug. 

First record, Ray. Cat., 1677. Muscus erectus abietiformis, J.B. 

L. Foot of High Edge, Purchas. Diamond Hill, Buxton, Rogers. Moors 
between Alstonfield and Buxton, Smith MSS. 

Gl. Near the Cat & Fiddle, Gem of the Peak. Charlesworth Coombs, 
Fl. Ashton. Kinderscout, near Hayfield, C.D. Above Edale Chapel, An. Brit. F. 
In the mountains near the Derwent, Pilkington (Selago abietis). 

G2. Bogs on East Moor, Glover. Wirksworth, Gibbs. High Moors about 
six miles S.W. of Sheffield, Hb. Salt. Abney, Moor, Gem of the Peak. 


L. inundatum Z. 
Native. BE. Wet parts of moors and heaths. Very rare. P. July. 
First record, Bot. Guide, 1805. 
Gl. Kinderscout, Bot. Guide. Chinley Hill, Glover. 
G2. Tansley Common, Crewe cd: Whittaker. 


3886 LYCOPODIACE®. SELAGINELLACES. 


L. clavatum LZ. Club Moss. Stag’s-horn Moss. 


Native. B. Moors and heaths. Rare. P, July-Aug. 

First records, Ray. Cat., 1677. Muscus clavatus sive Lycopodium Ger. ; 
Magn. Brit. & H., 1720. ; 

L. Back Dale, near Hindlow; under Harper Hill. 

Gl. Axe Edge, Garner. Field above Stirrup Wood, Bus«ton’s B.G. 
Charlesworth Coombs, Fl. Ashton. Stenior Clough, Painter, J.B. On the 
mountains near Derwent in the Peak, Gough’s Camden. Under Back Tor, 
Edale. 

G2. Bogs on East Moor, Glover. Abney Moor; top of Sir William, Eyam, 
Gem of the Peak. About three-quarters of a mile to the S.E. of Wirksworth, 
Gibbs. On the high moor 8.W. of Sheffield, Hb. Salt. Near Matlock, Stevens. 
Bole Hill, Hathersage. 

C. Breadsall Moor, formerly, Whittaker, C.D. 

Tl. Lower part of Edlaston Coppy, Purchas. 


L. alpinum J. 
Native. H. Stony moors and heaths. Very rare. P. July-Aug. 
First record, Martyn, Phil. Trans.. XXXVI, 1729. Lycopodium Sabine 


facie, Fl. Jen. 

Gl. On the mountains near Derwent, Martyn. 

G2. Abney Moor, Gem of the Peak. High moors about 6 miles S.W. of 
Sheffield, Hb. Salt. Near Eyam, N.H. Twtb. 


SELAGINELLACEA. 


SELAGINELLA Spring. 


S. selaginoides Gray. 8. spinulosa A. Br. Lycopodium selaginoides L. 


Top. Bot., 629. 

Native. H. Moorland, damp heaths. Very rare. P. July-Aug. 
First record, Bot. Guide, 1805. 

Gl. Kinderscout, Bot. Guide. 


337 


MUSCI. 


ERY little was done in the investigation of the Mosses of 
Derbyshire until the nineteenth century was well advanced, 
and records in the preceding period are few and far between. 
These scanty notices, together with the subsequent more numerous 
records up to date, will be found in chronological order in the 
Introduction. The total number of species which have been up 
to the present time recorded is 3827. That so many should be 
found in the County is accounted for by its great vertical range 
from lowland to sub-alpine, the many kinds of rocks, the varied 
nature of the surface, grass land, arable, woodland, streams, 
rivers, extensive moorland, and rocky slopes and edges. 

Not a few species are of special interest owing to their ex- 
treme rarity in the County, notably Porotrichum angustifolium, 
for which the locality in Cressbrook still remains the only known 
station. 

Other species of great rarity are :— 

Seligeria tristicha b. dS, 
Ditrichum tenuifolium Lindb. 
Campylopus setifolius IWils. 
Grimmia Stirtoni Schimp. 
Pottia latifolia C.1. 

Tortula brevirostris B. & S, 
Weissia squarrosa C.J, 
Pleurochete squarrosa Linib. 
Zygodon Stirtoni Schimp. 
Discelium nudum Brid, 
Physcomitrella patens B. & S., v. Lucasiana Schimp. 
Physcomitrium sphericum Brid, 
Amblyodon dealbatus P. Beauv. 
Bryum uliginosum 2B. d 8. 

B. affine Lindb, 


388 MUSCI. 


Fontinalis Dixoni Cardot. 

Kurhynchium circinatum B, d 8S. 

Amblystegium Sprucei b, & S., and confervoides Bb. & S, 

The following are rare, though not in every case rare 
elsewhere : — 

Andrea petrophila Hirh., and crassinervia Bruch, 

Tetraphis Browniana (rrev. 

Catharinea crispa James. 

Diphyscium foliosam Mohr. 

Cynodontium Bruntoni b. dS. 

Blindia acuta Bb. & 8S, . 

Dicranodontium longirostre b. ¢ S, 

Fissidens crassipes |Wils, 

Hedwigia ciliata Hhrh. 

Pottia Starkeana CM. 

Tortula lamellata Lindb. 

Weissia tenuis Schrad. 

Trichostomum tenuirostre Lindb. 

Ulota Drummondii brid. 

Orthotrichum Sprucei Mont., and tenellum Pruch, 

Bryum murale JWils, 

Mnium serratum Schrad. 

Neckera pumila Hedvw. 

Antitrichia curtipendula Brid. 

Cylindrothecium conecinnum Schimp. 

Pylaisia polyantha Bb. dS. 

Brachythecium albicans Neck., and illecebrum Schiyr. 

Eurhynchium striatulum Spruce. 

K. megapolitanum Bland. 

Plagiothecium pulchellum 2, cd 8, 

Amblystegium varium Lindb., and irriguum B, d S, 

Hypnum vernicosum Lindh, 

H. incurvatum Schrad., 


It should be added that Webera cucullata Schimp., published in 
the Handbook of British Mosses, is now considered by Messrs. 
Dixon and Barker to be only a form of JW. nutans. Andreea 


MUSCI. SPHAGNACE, 339 


alpina and Webera polymorpha must also disappear from the 
list, both records being probably erroneous. Restriction of habitat 
to one or few formations is more marked in the mosses than in 
the phanerogams of the County. As many as 49 species 
are found on the limestone alone, 18 on both limestone and 
Permian, one on Permian only, making a total of 68 limestone 
mosses, though it should be mentioned that some of these species 
are by no means restricted to limestone in England generally. 
36 species are found only on the grit, and four on both grit and 
sand. The Sphayna have none of them been recorded, so far 
as I know, from the limestone. 

It may be worth remarking on the presence or otherwise of 
certain genera in the County. The Andreea are rare ; apparently 
they require the proximity of high mountains in order to flourish 
well. No Buabaumnia has yet been discovered, whilst Seliyeria is 
well represented, all but one species being found. The list of 
Dicrana is poor, and though the genus contains species inhabiting 
all altitudes, there are but few to be found in Derbyshire. 
The Rhacomitria again are not so plentiful as might be expected. 
As regards the Orthotrichacew tree mosses are very and in- 
explicably scarce in the county; few of any interest are recorded 
except about Matlock. Neither are there many members of the 
orders Leucodontacee and Leskeacee to be found. Very little 
of the surface level being over 2,000 feet alpine species are rare 
in their occurrence as a rule, and the County being far from 
the sea maritime mosses are also mostly not in evidence. The 
absence of certain species (if really absent) is not easy to 
understand, such, e.g., as Bartramia ithyphylla, Grimmia orbicularis, 
DBrachythectum salebrosum (type). 


1. SPHAGNACEA. 


SPHAGNUM Dill. 
S. fimbriatum ils. 


Swamps, marshy margins of pools. Rather rare. 
First records, Phyt. N.S., 1858; The Naturalist, 1886. 


840 SPHAGNACER. 


G1. Kinderscout, Natt, Goyt’s Moss; Combes Moss; Wildmoor Clough; 
marsh 2% miles from Whaley Bridge, towards Buxton, Barker. R. Westend; 
by the old road from Ringinglow to Foxhouse Inn; Jarvis Clough, Ashopton. 

G2. Burbage Brook. 

Tl. Marshy ground south of Findern; bog below Bradley Wood. 


Var. tenue Grav. 


Gl. Wildmoor Clough, Barker. 


S. Girgensohnii fuss. §. strictum Lindb. 
Moorland, woodland, among mountains. Rare. 


First record, The Natwralist, 1886. 
Gl. Kinderscout, Natt. (Holt and Whitehead). 


S. rubellum ils. 

Moorland. Not common. 

First record, The Flora. 

G1. Between Buxton and Whaley (pallescens?); by High Peak Railway 
at the foot of Bonsall Plane; by R. Goyt near and at Goyt’s Bridge; Wildmoor 
Clough; Cowburn; about Tunstead, Chapel, and marsh between Ladder Hill 
and Wythen Lache, Barker. 


Var. versicolor Russ. 


G1. Marsh between Ladder Hill and Wythen Lache, Chapel, Barker. 


S. acutifolium Russ §& Warnst. 

Boggy or wet moorland. Rather rare. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

G1. Kinderscout; Charlesworth Coombs; near Buxton, Natt. (S. acutifolium 
Ehrh.). Hollinworth Clough, Barker. 


Var. viride Warnst. 


G2. Dethick Common. 
Tl. Hulland Moss. 


S. quinquefarium Varnst. 
Mountain moorland. Rare. 
First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 
Gl. Kinderscout, Fl. Ashton. Lightwood, Buxton, Barker. 


S. subnitens Russ § Warnst. S. lactevirens Braithw. 

Bogs, wet places. Not uncommon, 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

Gl. Kinderscout, Natt. (Holt). Grinds Brook, Edale; near Oram’s Nursery, 
Fairfield ; dingle near old toll-bar, Fernilee; Cowburn, Barker. 


SPHAGNACER. 341 


Var. flavorubellun Warust. 
Gl. Marsh bet'veen Ladder Hill and Wythen Lache, Chapel, Barker. 


Var. griscum Warnst. 


Gl. Axe Edge, Barker. 


Var. pallescens Warust. 
G1. Near the Peacock Inn. 


Var. versicolor Warnst. 


Gl. Ollerbrook, Edale. 
G2. Burbage Brook; Umberley Brook, Chatsworth. 
Tl. Hulland Moss; Shirley Park; marshy ground south of Findern. 


Var. violascens Warnst. 


Gl. Rising Clough, near Ashopton. 
G2. Under Raven Tor, near Beeley. 


Var. virescens Warnst. (v. viride W.) 


Gl. Marsh between Ladder Hill and Wythen Lache, and behind Tun- 
stead, Chapel; Wildmoor Clough, Barkerv. Kinderscout, near Hayfield. 


S. molle Sull. S. Mreilleri Schimp. 

Moorland. Rare. 

First record, The Flora. 

Gl. West of Thorny Lea, towards Ladder Hill, near Spire Hollins, 
Combes, Chapel; dingle near old toll-bar, Fernilee, Barker. 

G2. Burbage Brook, Barker. 


Var. tenerum Braithw. 


Gl. Wildmoor Clough; near Goyt’s Bridge; foot of Bonsall Plane; Light- 
wood, Buxton, Barker. 


S. squarrosum ?¢7s. 


Boggy moorland, and by streams. Not uncommon. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

Gl. Charlesworth Coombs; Kinderscout, Natt. Hollinworth Clough, and 
a var., between Buxton and Whaley, Barker. 

C. Breadsall Moor, Derby Arch. and N.H. Soc. J., 1897. 

T3. Newhall; Repton Rocks, N.H. Tutb. 


Var. spectabile Russ. 


Gl. Hollinworth Clough; near Goyt’s Bridge; Wildmoor Clough; foot of 
Bonsall Plane; Cowburn, Barker. Roych Clough, near Chapel; William Clough ; 
Jarvis Clough, Ashopton; Rushup Edge, Edale. 


342 SPHAGNACE., 


G2. Above Padley Wood; Redcar Brook, above Dore. 
Tl. Hulland Moss; marshy ground south of Findern. 
T3. Repton Rocks. 


S. teres digstr., var imbricatwn Warnst. 


Wet moorland, by streams and pools. Rare. 

First record, The Flora. 

Gl. Bamford Moor; Wildmoor Clough; William Clough (with the type), 
Barker. 

G2. By Bar Brook, Baslow. 


Var. sudsquarrosun Warnst. 
G1. Wildmoor Clough; William Clough, Barker. 


S. cuspidatum Russ § Warnst. 
Wet moorland. Not uncommon. 
First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 
Gl. Axe Edge, N.D.M. Cowburn, Barker. Kinderscout, Natt. 
G2. Burbage Brook, Barker. 
T3. Repton Rocks, Hb. Mason. 


Var. submerswn Schimp. 
Gl. Goyt’s Moss; Cowburn, Chapel, Barker. Edale. 


S. recurvum Russ & Warnst. 8S. intermedinun Hoftm. 


Bogs, swamps. Not uncommon. 

First record, The Natwralist, 1886. 

G1. Charlesworth Coombs; Kinderscout, Natt. Wildmoor Clough; about 
Lightwood Reservoirs; Cowburn, Barker. Mam Tor; Rushup Edge, Edale. 

T3. Repton Rocks. 


Var. wnblyphyllum Warnst. 


Gl. Jarvis Clough, Ashopton; Combes Moss; Grinds Brook, Edale; 
William Clough; between Buxton and Whaley; Goyt’s Bridge; Wildmoor 
Clough; foot of Bonsall Plane; south of Barren Clough, Bugsworth, Barker. 

G2. Burbage Brook, Barker. Above Padley Wood, Grindleford ; Dethick 
Common. 

C. Brook near Smeekley Wood; south of Peacock Inn. 

Tl. Hulland Moss. 


Var. mucronatum Warnst. 


Gl. Jarvis Clough; near old toll-bar, Fernilee; between Buxton and 
Whaley; Goyt’s Bridge; Tunstead, Chapel, Barker. Edale; Back Tor, and 
Rushup Edge; Combes Moss; Roych Clough, and Cowburn, Chapel; William 
Clough; swamp by the old road from Ringinglow. 

G2. Umberley Brook, Chatsworth; Burbage Brook; Bar Brook, Baslow ; 
Harland Edge, Beeley. 


SPHAGNACEX. 


S. parvifolium Warnst. 


Moorland. Rare. 
First record, The Flora. 
Gl. Stanage Edge. 


S. balticum Luss. 


“Moorland. Rare. 
First record, The Flora. 


343 


Gl. Wildmoor Clough, Barker (the best balticum I have yet seen for 


Britain, EH. C. Horrell). 
G2. Burbage Brook, Barker, 


S. molluscum L£ii. 


Wet moorland, heaths. Rare. 

First record, The Flora. 

Gl. Side of old road, Lanehead Farm, Fernilee, Barker. 
Tl. Hulland Moss. 


S. compactum JC. 


Moors and heaths. Rather rare. 
First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 


Gl. Kinderscout, Natt. (Whitehead). Old road at the top of Lanehead 
Farm, Fernilee, Barker. Ollerbrook, and under Back Tor, Edale; Rushup 


Edge. 


Var. squarroswm Russ. 


Gl. Kinderscout, Natt. (Whitehead and Holt.) Grinds Brook, Edale. 


Tl. Hnulland Moss. 


Var. subsquarrosum Warnst. 


G2. Dethick Common. 


Var. imbricatum Warnst. 


C. By brook near Smeekley Wood ? 


S. subsecundum Limpr. 8. subseeundum Nees, p.p. 


Moorland bogs. Rather rare. 

First record, The Natwralist, 1886. 

Gl. Kinderscout; Charlesworth, Natt. Bagshaw, near. Chapel; 
Wythen Lache, on old road Whaley to Buxton; Jarvis Clough, Barker. 

G2. Near “Surprise View,” Hathersage, Car. 


Var. viride Boul. 
G2. About Tunstead, Chapel, Barker. 


near 


844 SPHAGNACER. 


S. inundatum Warnst. 8. subsecundwn Nees, var. contortum Schimp. 


Pools or wet places on moorland. Rare. 

First record, The Natwralist, 1886. 

Gl. Charlesworth Coombs; Kinderscout; near Woodhead, Natt. Goyt’s 
Moss; Combes Moss; Jarvis Clough; near Goyt’s Bridge; Wildmoor Clough; 
near Lightwood Reservoirs, Barker. Jaggers Clough, above Hope; near Back 
ton: 

G2. Burbage Brook, Barker. 


S. Gravetii Warnst. 


Pools and wet places in bogs. Rare. 

First record, The Flora. 

Gl. Wet place near Lightwood Reservoirs, Buxton; side of road near 
Wythen Lache; Cowburn; marsh behind Tunstead, Chapel; Lanehead Farm, 
near Ladder Hill, Fernilee, Barker. 

G2. Burbage Brook, Barker. 


S. rufescens Warnst. S. subsecundum v. auriculatum Schimp. 


Moorland pools and bogs. Rather rare. 

First record, N.D.M., 1894. 

Gl. Kinderscout, N.D.M. Goyt’s Moss; Wildmoor Clough, Barker. Back 
Tor, and Grinds Brook, Edale; near Blackdean Brook, Woodlands; Jarvis 
Clough, Ashopton. 

G2. Harland Edge, Beeley. 


S. crassicladum Jarpst. 


Moorland pools and bogs. Frequent. 

First record, The Flora. 

Gl. Hollinworth Clough; between Buxton and Whaley; south of Barren 
Clough, Bugsworth, Barker. Kinderscout, above Hayfield; near Oxdale Lodge 
by old road from Ringinglow; Rushup Edge; Ollerbrook, Edale; Combes Moss; 
Roych Clough, and Cowburn, Chapel. 

G2. Burbage Brook ; Umberley Brook, Chatsworth. 


S. turfaceum Varnst. 


Boggy moorland. Rare. 

First record, Horvell, J.B., 1900, 426. 

G1. Wild Moor Clough, north-west of Buxton, Ley (1869). Roych Clough, 
Chapel. 


S. cymbifolium Warvst. 

Moors, wet heaths and commons, Frequent. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

G1. Charlesworth Coombs ; Kinderscout, Natt. Combes Moss ; Goyt’s Moss ; 
Hollinworth Clough ; Jarvis Clough; Wildmoor Clough; foot of Bonsall Plane ; south 
of Barren Clough, Bugsworth, Barker. Edale. 


SPHAGNACE®. ANDREAEACE®, 845 


G2. Burbage Brook, Barker. Froggatt ; Dethick Common. 
Tl. Bog below Bradley Wood. 
T3. Calke, Bloram (S. obtusifolium). Repton Rocks, N.H. Tutb. 


Forma squarrosula. 


Gl. Kinderscont, Holt in N.D.M. About Tunstead, Chapel; Cowburn ; 


about Lightwood Reservoirs, Buxton, Barker. 


Var. 


Var. 


glaucescens Warnst. 

Gl. Combes Moss, Barker. William Clough ; Corbar Hill; Axe Edge. 
G2. Harland Edge, Beeley ; above Padley Wood, Grindleford. 

Tl. Hulland Moss ; Shirley Park. 


pallesems Warnst. 

Gl. Source of Redcar Brook, near Ringinglow ; Cowburn, Chapel. 
G2. Burbage Brook; Froggatt ; Harland Edge, Beeley. 

C. By brook near Horsley Gate, 

Tl. Bog below Bradley Wood. 

T3. Repton Rocks. 


S. papillosum Lindd. 


Var. 


Moorland. Rather rare. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1586. 

Gl. Kinderscout, Natt. (Whitehead d& Holt). 
G2. Hipper Sick, East Moor. 


norinale Warnst. 
Gl. Jaggers Clough, above Hope. 


F. conferta. 


Var. 


Gl. Axe Edge, Barker. 


sublaeve “impr. 
Gl. Goyt’s Moss; Cowburn, Barker. Ollerbrook, Edale; Hollinworth 


Clough, north of Hayfield; Jaggers Clough; west of Axe Edge; Combes Moss. 


ll. ANDREAEACEA. 
ANDREABA ZFhrh. 


A. petrophila Firh. A. rupestris Hedw. 


N.D. 


Mountain rocks. Very rare. 

First record, Garner, 1844. 

Gl. Axe Edge, Garner. Charlesworth Coombs; Kinderscout, Natt. Edale, 
M. 


846 TETRAPHIDACE®. POLYTRICHACE®. 


A. alpina Smith. Lichenastrum Dill. 


Mountain rocks. Very rare. 
First record, Bot. Guide, 1805. 
Gl. Axe Edge, Bot. Guide. 


A. crassinervia Bruch. 


Mountain rocks. Very rare. 
First record, N.D.M., 1894. 
Gl. Kinderscout, West in N.D.M. Near Woodhead, N.D.M. 


ltl. TETRAPHIDACEA.. 


TETRAPHIS Hedw. 
T. pellucida Hedw. Mniwn L. Georgia Rabenh. 


Rotten stumps, peaty and shady banks, woods. Frequent. 

First records, Purchas, 1859; N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

L. Via Gellia, Armitage. Grin Woods, Buxton. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood; Whitebottom Wood, with fruit, Natt. (Whitehead). 
Goyt’s Clough; Hollinworth Clough ; Combes; Jarvis Clough; Fernilee; Chapel, 
Barker. Ollerbrook, and Back Tor, Edale. 

G2. Near Rowsley, Ley (1880). Harper Lees, Hathersage; Bar Brook,. 
Baslow ; Froggatt; Curbar Edge; woods at Holloway. 

Tl. Abundant in Bradley Wood; Shirley Park; Brailsford Brook; 
Edlaston; Hulland Moss; by Black Brook, Mugginton; Quarndon Common ; by 
Cubley Brook. 

T3. Repton Rocks, Purchas! Sharp’s Bottom; Hartshorn. 


T, Browniana Grey. Georgia Brownii C.M. Brywn Brownianun Dicks. 
Tetrotontium Schwegr. 
Gritstone rocks. Rare. 
First record, N.D.M., 1894. 
Gl. Kinderscout, Holt in N.D.M. 
G2. Wooded gritstone rocks between Rowsley and Stanton, Ley (1880). 


IV. POLYTRICHACEA. 


CATHARINBA £iarh. 
C. undulata Web. & Mohr. Bryuwn L. Atrichum P. Beauv. 


Woods, heaths, damp banks, Common. 
First record, Bloram MS., 18383. 
Generally distributed and abundant. 


POLYTRICHACE®. 347 


Var. minor W. & M. 


G1. Old quarry, Shallcross Mill, Horwich End, Fernilee, Barker. 
Tl. Yeldersley Lane, near Bradley; near Tinker’s Inn, Osmaston-by- 
Ashbourne, 


C. crispa James. Atrichun Sull. 


Banks of moorland streams. Rare. 

First record, The Flora. 

G1. Burbage Brook, male plants; beside a small marsh at the south end 
of the wood above Lanehead Farm, and near old toll-bar, Fernilee; Wildmoor 
Clough; near Wythen Lache, Barker. 


OLIGOTRICHUM Jc. 


O. incurvum Lindh. 0. hercynicum Lam. 


Banks of moorland streams. Locally plentiful. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

Gl. Kinderscout, Natt. Edale, N.D.M, Near Goyt’s Bridge; Brown Head, 
near Chapel-en-le-Frith, Ley. William Clough; near Reeve-edge Quarry, Axe 
Edge; Old Road, near Lanehead Farm, Fernilee; Wildmoor Clough, Barker. 


POLYTRICHUM Dili. 


P. nanum Neck. P. subrotundum Huds. Pogonatwn nanun P. Beauv. 


Heaths, banks. Rare. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

Gl. Near Stirrup, with fruit, Natt. (Clough and Gordon). Brook bank 
above Shalcross Mill, Horwich End, Fernilee, Barker. 

T3. Calke, Bloxram. Linton, N.H. Tutb. Repton, Painter, Natt. 


Var. Jongisetuim Lindb. 
T3. Knowl Hills, Hb. Mason. 


P. aloides Hedw. Pogonatun P. Beauv. 


Banks, old quarries. Frequent. 

First record, Bloxram MS., 1833. 

L. Buxton, Ley. 

Gl. Fernilee; Chapel. Barker. Ollerbrook, and by R. Noe, Edale; 
Cowburn; R. Westend; Axe Edge. 

G2. Harland Edge, above Beeley. 

C. By Blake Brook, above Baslow. 

Tl. Edlaston Coppy; Bradley Wood; Shirley Park. 

T3. Calke, Bloxram. Drakelow, Hb. Mason. Whitehollows, Ticknall; 
Repton Rocks, Purchas. 


348 POLYTRICHACER. 


P. urnigerum ZL. Pogonatun P. Beauv. 


Gravelly banks, dry slopes. Not uncomion, 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

G1 Charlesworth Coombs; Kinderscout, Natt. Buxton; near Whaley 
Bridge ; Chapel-en-le-Frith, N.D.M. In many places in Fernilee, Barker. 

Tl. Edlaston Coppy; Shirley Park; Bradley Wood, and by Bradley Brook. 

T3. Stone Pit, Calke, Bloram. Repton Rocks, Hb. Mason ! 

¢ 

P. alpinum L. Pogenatun Roehl. 


Mountain slopes, moors, commons. Rare. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

Gl. Kinderscout, with fruit, Natt. (Clough). By brook above Shalcross 
Mill, Horwich End, Fernilee; roadside at Eccles House, Chapel, Barker. 


P. piliferum Schred. 


Dry banks, heaths, woods. Common. 

First record, Bloxram MS., 1833, 

G1. Kinderscout; Charlesworth Coombs, Natt. Rowarth; Stenior Clough, 
N.D.M. Whatford Wood, Buxton, Ley. Fernilee; Chapel; Little Hayfield, 
Barker. Reeve-edge Quarry, Axe Edge; Bamford; Hathersage; by R. Noe, 
Edale. 

G2. Whatstandwell, Armitage. Near Harper Lees, Hathersage; Mag 
Clough, Grindleford ; below Cratcliffe Tor, Birchover. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. By Bradley Wood; Shirley Park; between 
Merecaston and Cross o’ th’ Hands; Sudbury. 

T3. Calke, Blozram. Repton Rocks, Hb. Mason. Foremark, N.H. Tutb. 


P. juniperinum JVill/. 


Dry places, heaths, woods. Common, 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Above Dowel Dale, Hindlow. 

G1. Charlesworth Coombs, Natt. (Whitehead). Chapel, Fernilee; Hogshaw 
Reservoir, Barker. 

G2. Darley Moor, Matlock. 

Tl. Findern, Painter, Natt. By Black Brook, near Mugginton; Shirley 
Park. 

T2. Quarry close to The Flourish, near Dale. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Foremark, and on walls near Repton Rocks, V.H. 
Tutb. Ticknall, Painter, Natt. 


P. strictum Banks. 
Mountain rocks, moorland. Rare. 
First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 
Gl. Kinderscout, Natt. (Whitehead cd Holt). 


POLYTRICHACE. BUXBAUMIACES. 349 


P. gracile Dicks. 

By mountain streams, moorland. Rare. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood, with fruit, Natt. Charlesworth; Ernocroft Wood; 
Mellor, N.D.M. Goyt’s Clough, above Errwood; brook above Shalcross Mill; 
foot of Bonsall Plane; bank of R. Goyt near Madscar; Wildmoor Clough; road- 
side at Eccles House; old road west of Spire Hollins, Chapel; Axe Edge, 
Barker. 

G2. Cratcliffe Tor, Barker. 


P. formosum Hedw. P. attenuatum Menz. 

Dry paths in woods. Common. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

lL. Monsal Dale, V.D.M. 

Gl. Below the embankment of Combes Reservoir ; near old toll-bar, and by 
R. Goyt, near Madscar, Fernilee ; Wildmoor Clough ; old road, Lanehead Farm to 
Wythen Lache ; foot of Bonsall Plane, Barker. 

G2. Cratcliffe Wood and Tor, Birchover ; Dethick Common. 

Tl. Bradley Wood ; Shirley Park ; Stydd ; Breward’s Car, Mugginton ; near 
Cross o’ th’ Hands, Hulland Ward. 

T3. Repton Rocks, Hb. Mason. ‘ Dark Walk,” Foremark Hall, N.H. Tutb. 
Anchor Church, Bindley. 


P. commune l. 

Bogs, swamps. Common. 

First record, Ray Syn., 1690 ; in paludosis spongioso et putrido solo praesertim 
in montosis Derbiensibus ! Great Golden Maidenhair or Goldielocks. 

Gl. Abundant in the Moorlands, N.D.M. Buxton, Bindley. Chapel ; 
Fernilee, Barker. Under Stanage Edge, Bamford ; Combes Moss. 

G2. Harper Lees, Hathersage. 

C. Totley Moss. 

P. Scarcliffe Park. 

Tl. Edlaston Coppy ; Shirley. 

T3. Repton Rocks, N.H. Tutb. Calke, Bloram. 


V. BUXBAUMIACEAZ., 
DIPHYSCIUM Mohr. 


D. foliosum Mohr. Webera sessilis Lindb. 
Damp banks and rocks, edges of paths, sub-alpine. Rare. 
First record, Ley MS., 1898. 
G1. Goyt’s Lane, Buxton, Ley. 


350 DICRANACE®, 


VI.. DICRANACEA. 
ARCHIDIUM Brid. 


A. alternifolium Schimp. 
Damp ground, fields. Very rare. 
First record, The Flora. 
Gl. Green Lane, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Barker. 


PLEURIDIUM rid. 


P. axillare Lind). P. nitidum Hedw. 

Bare soil, pondsides. Frequent. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

L. Near Cressbrook ; Doveholes, Dovedale, Barker. 

Gl. Claybanks, Charlesworth; Chapel-en-le-Frith, N.D.M. Stirrup Wood, 
Nati, Combes Reservoir; Combes; Fernilee, Barker. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt, Field near Yeldersley Rough; by pond 
and near pathway between Shirley and Ednaston. 


P. subulatum Rabenh. Phascwn Huds. 

Banks and heaths. Common. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

L. Buxton, Ley (1870). Lover’s Leap; Duke’s Drive; above Dowel Dale, 
Hindlow. 

Gl. Mellor, Natt. South side of Combes Reservoir, male plant, Barker. 
Near Clough Farm, Edale. 

C. Pondside, Dale Moor. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. By Bradley Brook; Shirley ; Brailsford ; 
near Cross o’ th’ Hands; Hulland Moss. 

T2. Marshy flats north of Sandiacre. 

T3. Gresley, Hb. Mason. Milton, Painter, Natt. 


P. alternifolium Rabenh. Phasewn Kault. 

Damp soil, old quarries. Not common. 

First record, N.A., Tutb., 1863. 

Gl. Combes, and by brook below the Reservoir; Srigley’s Quarry, 
Chapel; Ritchie’s Field, Overlea, Barker. Edale, field path near Ollerbrook. 

P. Whitwell Wood. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Littleover, Bindley. 

T3. Winshill, Hb. Mason. Ingleby, Painter, Nat’. 


DITRICHUM JZimm. 


D. tenuifolium Lindb.  Trichostomun Schrad. Trichodon cylindricus Schimp. 
Damp sandy ground, Rare. 
First record, Wilson, Bry. Brit. 1855. 
L. Matlock, Wilson. 
G1. Brown Head, near Chapel-en-le-Frith, Ley (1881). 


DICRANACE. 351 


D. homomallum Hampe. Leptotrichum Schimp. 

Sandy banks, rocks, quarries. Common. 

First record, Purchas, 1862. 

G1. Stirrup Wood; Charlesworth Coombs; Kinderscout, Natt. Castleton, 
Holt in N.D.M. Wild Moor Clough, near Buxton, Ley (1874). Between Lane- 
head Farm and Wythen Lache; Goyt’s Clough; bank of R. Goyt, near Taxal, 
Barker, Near Edale Head; Oyster Clough, near Snake Inn; Hogshaw Quarry, 
near Buxton. 

G2. Near Higgar Tor, Hathersage; Burbage Brook. 

Tl. Gravel pit, Edlaston Coppy; Bradley Wood; sand pit, Cross o’ th’ 
Hands, Hulland Ward. 

T3. Repton Rocks, Purchas. 


D. flexicaule Hampe. Didymodon Schleich. Leptotrichum Schimp. 

Limestone soil and rocks. Frequent. 

First record, Wilson Bry. Brit., 1855. 

L. Common on limestone walls, N.).M. Buxton, Ley. Bradwell; Cales 
Dale; Horseshoe Dale, Barker. Dovedale, Purchas. Near Taddington; Lathkil 
Dale; Conies Dale, Peak Forest. 

Gl. Fernilee, Barker. Side of Congleton Road, west of Axe Edge. 

P, Markland Grips, Clowne. 


Var. denswn Braithwaite. 

L. Chee Dale; Miller’s Dale, West in Braithw. Lathkil Dale, N.D.M. 
Monk’s Dale, fine and characteristic ; Deep Dale, near Buxton, Ley. Bradwell ; 
Cales and Horseshoe Dales ; Dovedale, Barker. Great Rocks Dale ; by Diamond 
and Harper Hills ; Via Gellia ; Brassington Rocks. 

P. Cresswell Crags. 


SWARTZIA Fri. 


S. montana Lindh. Distichium capillaceun B. & S. 

Mountain rocks. Rather rare. 

First record, Braithwaite, 1882. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Holt in Braithw. Ashwood Dale, Holt in N.D.M. Grin 
Wood, Buxton (f. compacta), Barker. Middleton Dale. 

G2. Rocks at ‘‘ The Surprise,’ Hathersage, Barker. 

Tl. Gunn Hills, Mugginton, Painter, Natt. (?) 


SELIGERIA BP. § S. 


S. Doniana (.M. Gymnostomum Sm. <Anodus B. & 8. 

Shady limestone rocks. Not uncommon, 

First record, Manch. Crypt. Soc., 1881. 

L. Castleton, Whitehead (1868) in Braithw. Ashwood Dale; Ravensdale ; 
Monsal Dale, Holt in N.D.M. Miller’s Dale, Manch. Crypt. Soc. Lathkil Dale, 
Ley. Cales and Horseshoe Dales ; Lover’s Leap, Barker. Great Shacklow Wood, 
Ashford ; Back Dale, near Hindlow. 


352 DICRANACE. 


S. pusilla B. § 8. Afzelia Ebrh. 

Shady limestone rocks, Frequent. 

First record, Hook, Br. F1., 1833. 

L. Buxton, Wilson (1831) in Br. Fl. Youlgreave, Bowman in Eng. Fl. 
Castleton, Whitehead (1880) in Braithw. Matlock, Holmes in Braithw. lover’s 
Leap; Monk’s Dale; Lathkil Dale; Dovedale, Ley. Cales Dale, Barker. 
Miller’s Dale, Manch. Crypt. Soc. Great Rocks Dale; upper part of Ravens- 
dale, near Wardlow Mires; Monsal Dale; Dimminsdale, near Ashford; Hartle 
Dale, Bradwell; Conies Dale, Peak Forest; Dowel Dale, near Hindlow. 


S. acutifolia Lindd., v. longiseta Lindb. 

Shady limestone rocks. Not uncommon, 

First record, J.B., 1870. 

L. Lover’s Leap, Wilson (1831) in J.B. Ashwood Dale; near Wormhill, 
Chee Dale; Tideswell Dale, Whitehead in Braithw. Ravensdale; Taddington 
Dale, Holt in N.D.M. Litton Dale, Ley. Monsal Dale; Horseshoe Dale, and 
Deep Dale, near Buxton; north side of Diamond Hill; Monk’s Dale; Conies 
Dale, Peak Forest; between Wensley Dale and Snitterton; Dovedale. 


S. tristicha 2B. ¢ 8. Weissia Brid. 8S. trifaria Lindb. 

Limestone rocks. Very rare. 

First records, Schimp. Syn. ed. ii. 856, 1876; Manch. Crypt. Soc., 1880. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Manch. Crypt. Soc. 1880 (Cunliffe). Castleton, Rogers 
and Cunliffe in N.D.M. Conies Dale, Peak Forest, Barker. Lower rocks in 
the wooded part of Monk’s Dale. 


S. calearea 2B. & SS. Brywn Dicks. 

Limestone quarries. Very rare. 

First record, Braithwaite, 1887. 

L. Taddington Dale, Holt (1882) 2n Braithw. On travertine, Via Gellia, 
Ley. 


S. recurvata 2B. § S. Grimmia Hedw. 8. setacea Lindb. 

On damp rocks, preferring gritstone. Rather rare. 

First record, Braithwaite, 1882. 

L. Monsal Dale, Whitehead (1881) in Braithw. 

Gl. Kinderscout, Natt. Birchin and Oyster Cloughs, near the Snake Inn; 
under back Tor, Edale; roadside rocks above Slackhall, Chapel. 

G2. Near Baslow. 

P. On blocks of stone near the middle of Whitwell Wood. 


BRACHYODUS Fin. 


B. trichodes Fiirnr. Gynnostomun W. & M. Brachydontium Firny., Braithw. 
On damp grit rocks and walls. Rare. 
First record, The Naturalist, 1887. 
Gl, Near Buxton, Wilson (1831) in Natt. It grows on a damp wall and 
adjacent rocks at the top of Hogshaw Lane. 


DICRANACER, 3538 


CHERATODON rid. 
C. purpureus £rid. Mniwn L. 
On earth, waste places, banks, walls, &c. Common everywhere. 
First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 


CYNODONTIUM Schinp. 


C. Bruntoni 2. ¢ §. Dicranwn Sm. Oncophorus Lindb. 
On mountain rocks. Rare. 
First record, Manch. Crypt. Soc., 1879. 
L. Near Matlock, Manch. Crypt. Soc. (Cash). 
G2. Rowter Rocks, Wilson (1831) in Nat. 1887. 


DICHODONTIUM ‘chimp. 


D. pellucidum Schimp. Brywn L. 

Wet sandy banks and rocks. Not uncommon. 

First record, N.D.M., 1894. 

L. Lathkil Dale; Youlgreave, Barker. Buxton, with fruit, Ley (1874). 

Gl. Wet rocks, Charlesworth; Kinderscout; Chapel-en-le-Frith, N.D.M. 
Grinds Brook, Edale; Fernilee; Combes; Goyt’s Clough; William Clough, 
Barker. Fairbrook, Woodlands; brookside, south of Chapel Reservoir; under 
Back Tor. 

G2, Bar Brook, Baslow; Harper Lees, Hathersage ; by R. Derwent, between 
Matlock and Darley. 


Var. fagimontanun Schimp. 
L. Ashwood Dale; Youlgreave, Barker. 


D. flavescens Lindh. Brywn Dicks. 

Wet sandy places, by streams. Rather rare. 

First record, Garner, 1844. 

L. Matlock, Wilson (1834) in Braithw. Castleton, N.D.M. Wet sandy 
places, Dovedale, Garner. 

Gl. Stirrup, Fl. Ashton. Above Combes Reservoir, near the railway, 
Chapel, Barker. 

G2. Rowsley, Wilson in Braithw. Burbage Brook, Barker. 


DICRANELLA Schinp. 


D. heteromalla Schimp. Brywn Dill. 
Banks, hedges, heaths, woods. Common. 
First record, Blozxam MS., 1833. 
L. Horseshoe Dale, Barker. Conies Dale, Peak Forest; Kniveton Brook. 
G1. Common in the district. 
G2. Rowsley, Ley (1876). Hall Dale; Harland Edge, Beeley. 
P. Markland Grips; Scarcliffe Park. 
Tl. Mickleover ; Etwall; Radbourn, Bindley. Wyaston; Bradley ; Shirley, &c. 
T3. Calke, Blozam. Anchor Church, Purchas. Egginton, Bindley. 
Z 


354 DICRANACE®. 


D. cerviculata Schimp. Dicranwn Hedw. 

Banks of mountain streams, moorland. Frequent. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

G1. Charlesworth Coombs; Kinderscout, Natt. Hollinworth Clough ; 
Fernilee, near R. Goyt; Ladder Hill, Chapel; Goyt’s Moss; Combes Moss, east 
side, Barker. Above Hayfield; Wildboar Clough, Crowden; Ashop and Nether 
Yates Cloughs; Stanage Edge. 

G2. Umberley Brook, near Chatsworth. 

T3. Repton Rocks, N.A. Tutb. 


D. crispa Schimp. Dicranwn Bhrh. 

Peaty ditchsides, damp parts of quarries. Rare. 

First record, The Flora. 

Gl. Hollinworth Clough ; near Spire Hollins, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Barker. 
Gritstone quarry by Hogshaw Reservoir, Buxton. 

G2. Burbage Brook, Barker. 

Tl. Peaty bank of ditch near Shirley Park (named by Rev. C. H. Binstead). 


D. rufescens Schimp. Bryuwn Dicks. Anisothecium Lindb. 

Banks, sides of brooks. Not infrequent. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood; Hayfield, Natt. Claybanks, Charlesworth ; Mellor ; 
Edale ; Combes Moss, N.D.M. Near Combes Reservoir ; Hollinworth Clough ; 
Ladder Hill; Srigley’s Quarry; Quarry by Hogshaw Reservoir, Buxton; brook 
above Wash, Chapel, Barker. 

Tl. Roadside, Sturston, near Ashbourne. 


D. varia Schimp. Dicranun Hedw. Anisotheciwn rubrum Lindb. 

On damp soil, in fields, woods, &c. Frequent. 

First records, Purchas, 1859 ; N.H. Twtb., 1863. 

L. Youlgreave, Ley (1876). Bradwell; Back Dale, near Hindlow; Duke’s 
Drive, Buxton, Barker. Ashwood Dale ; Conies Dale, Peak Forest ; Great Shacklow 
Wood, near Ashford ; bank of Kniveton Brook. 

Gl. Frequent on clay banks, N.D.M. Cowburn, near Chapel; Fernilee, 
Barker. Grinds Brook, and by R. Noe, where it crosses the road, Edale. 

G2. Grindleford ; Cromford ; Bar Brook, near Baslow ; Wakebridge, Crich. 

C. Calow Green, near Chesterfield. 

P. Quarry near Whitwell Station ; Cresswell Crags ; Markland Grips, 
Clowne. 

Tl. Thurvaston, near Marston Montgomery ; on mudheaps, Wyaston ; 
Sturston, near Ashbourne ; Snelston lime quarries ; bank of Brailsford Brook. 

T3. Pistern Hill, Pwrchas. Brizlincote, N.H. Tutb. 


Var. tenella Schimp. 
L. By rivulet running into Great Rocks Dale. 


Var. callistoma Schimp. 
L. Ashwood Dale, Holt in N.D.M. Monyash. 


DICRANACES. 855 


D. Schreberi Schimp. Dieranum Sw. Anisothecium erispum Lindb. 


Brooksides, woods. Rather rare. 

First record, Purchas, 1860. 

L. Lathkil Dale; near Taddington, Barker. 

Gl. Near Combes Reservoir, Chapel; bank of R. Goyt, Fernilee, near 
Taxal, Barker. 

Tl. By the brook in Shirley Park. 

T3. Melbourne Common, Pwrchas. 


Var. elata Schimp. Nowell (1860) in Braithw. 


L. Conies Dale, Peak Forest. 
Gl. Stirrup Wood, Charlesworth, with fruit, Natt. (Whitehead). 
Tl. By Brailsford Brook, below Ednaston. 


D. squarrosa Schimp. Dicranum Schrad. <Anisothecium Lindb. 


Mountain streams and springs, wet places on moorland. Not uncommon. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

G1. Charlesworth Coombs; Kinderscout, with fruit, Natt. Edale Head, 
Ley (1876). Buxton, Bindley. Moor near “Surprise View,” Hathersage, Car. 
Grinds Brook, Edale; Fernilee, Barker. Combes Moss. 


BLINDIA 2. ¢ 8. 


B. acuta 3B. ¢ S. 


On mountain rocks. Rare. 
First record, The Natwralist, 1886. 
Gl. Kinderscout, Natt. (Holt and Whitehead). Edale, Holt in N.D.M. 


DICRANOWSBISIA Lind. 
D. cirrhata Lindb. Weissia Hedw. Mnium UL. 


Tree trunks, posts, sometimes on walls or rocks. Frequent. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Buxton, Ley (1869)! Bradwell; Cressbrook; Chee Dale; Fernilee; near 
Hindlow; Dovedale, Barker. Via Gellia. 

Gl. Kinderscout; Charlesworth; Mellor, Natt. Whaley Bridge, N.D.M. 
On trees, rocks, and walls, fairly common in Chapel and Fernilee, Barker. 
Ollerbrook Farm, Edale; under Cuckoo Tors, near Hogshaw Reservoir. 

G2. Between Little Eaton and Brackley Gate; Kirk Ireton; Grindleford. 

C. Dale Abbey, Bindley. 

Tl. Mickleover; Findern, Painter, Natt. Mugginton, Bindley. Shirley; 
Ednaston; Bradley; Hollington, Longford; Brailsford Brook; Clifton; Trusley; 
Kirk Langley. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Repton, Painter, Natt. 


356 DICRANACE. 


CAMPYLOPUS Bri. 


C. flexuosus Brid. Dicranwn Hedw. 

Woods, banks, moors. Frequent. 

First records, Hng. Bot., 1809 (Dicranwm flagellare) ; Bloram MS., 1833. 

Gl. Charlesworth Coombs; Kinderscout, Natt. Wood above Lanehead 
Farm, and near Ladder Hill, Fernilee; on a stone wall in Edale, and north 
side of Eccles Pike; MHollinworth Clough; near Wildmoor Clough, Fernilee; 
Combes Moss, Barker. Houndkirk Moor, near Ringinglow. 

G2. Cromford Moor, J.B. 1874, 225. Near Higgar Tor, Hathersage; Little- 
moor Wood, near Dethick. 

P. Cresswell Crags; Markland Grips, Clowne. 

Tl. Bradley Wood; Shirley Park. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Repton Rocks, Hb. Mason. 


Var. uliginosus Ren. 
Gl. Jaggers Clough, above Hope. 


Var. paradoxus Husn. C0. paradoxus Wils. 

Gl. Summit of Kinderscout, Whitehead (1881) in Braithw. By Reeve- 
edge Quarry, Axe Edge; Grinds Brook, Edale; Cowburn, Barker. Chinley 
Hills ; Hollinworth Clough. 

G2. Cratcliff Tor, Barker. Gardom’s Edge, above Baslow. 


C. pyriformis Brid. Dicranum Schultz. C. turfaceus B. & 8. 

Moorlands, heaths. Frequent. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

G1. Kinderscout, Natt. (Holt). Goyt’s Moss; Hollinworth Clough; wood 
above Lanehead Farm, Fernilee; Cowburn, Barker. Above Hogshaw Reservoir, 
Buxton ; Combes Moss; near Reeve-edge Quarry, Axe Edge. 

G2. Mag Clough, Grindleford. 

Tl. By Bradley Brook, near the Hollies Farm; Quarndon Common; 
Mercaston; Edlaston Coppy; Shirley Park; Hulland Moss; by Black Brook, and 
in Breward’s Car, Mugginton. 

T3. North side of Robin Wood, near Stanton-by-Bridge; Repton Rocks. 


C. fragilis B. § 8. Brywn Dicks. 

Rocky moorland, banks, quarries, woods. Not uncommon. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

L. Chee Tor; Miller’s Dale; Matlock, N.D.M. Dovedale, Painter, Natt. 
Near Youlgreave, Barker. Great Rocks Dale. 

Gl. Kinderscout, Whitehead (1881) in Braithw. Mellor; Charlesworth 
Coombs, Natt. Quarry at old toll-bar, and railway bank near Cadster, Fernilee ; 
near Buxton; Green Lane, and Combes Reservoir, and N.E, of Ladder Hill, 
Chapel; Combes Moss, Barker. 

G2. Harper Lees, near Hathersage; Burbage Brook, Barker. 

Tl. Bradley Wood; by Brailsford Brook. 


DICRANACEA. 357 


C. setifolius Wiis. 
Rocks in dales and on moors. Rare. 
First record, Braithwaite, 1887. 
L. Monk’s Dale, with fruit, Barker in Braithw. 


C. atrovirens De Not. @. longipilus Brid. 
Mountain rocks, boggy moorland. Rare. 
First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

Gl. Kinderscout, Natt. (Gordon). 


DICRANODONTIUM 2B. & S. 


D. longirostre B. § 8. Didymodon denudatus Lindb. 

Banks, rotten wood on mountains. Rare. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

Gl. Kinderscout, Natt. Stirrup Wood, Whitehead (1860) in Braithw. 
Whitebottom Wood, Charlesworth, N.D.M. Lightwood Reservoirs and streamlet 
above, near Buxton (V. alpinum Schp.), Barker. 


DICRANUM Hedw. 


D. Bonjeani De Not. D. palustre B. & 8S. 

Marshes, bogs, wet heaths. Frequent. 

First record, Purchas, 1862. 

L. Monsal Dale; between Taddington and Miller’s Dale; Duke’s Drive, 
near Buxton, Barker. 

Gl. Near Errwood, Buxton, Ley (1874). Charlesworth Coombs; Kinder- 
scout, Natt, Near Cadster, and in a marshy place between Ladder Hill and 
Wythen Lache, near the boundary of Fernilee and Chapel; about Lightwood 
Reservoir, Barker. 

Tl. Hulland Moss. 

T3. Repton Rocks, Purchas. 


D. scoparium Hedw. Brywn L. 

Woods, heaths, banks, roofs. Common. 

First record, Bloxam MS., 1833. 

L. Dovedale, Purchas. Castleton, Carr. Cales Dale; Horseshoe and Back 
Dales, Barker. Bradwell; Agnes Meadow, near Kniveton. 

Gl. Kinderscout; Charlesworth Coombs, Natt. Near Buxton, with fruit, 
N.D.M. Chapel; Fernilee, Barker. Lose Hill; Edale. 

G2. Cromford, Hb. Mason. Burbage Brook; Harper Lees, near Hathersage. 

P. Belph Moor, Whitwell; Cresswell Crags; Scarcliffe Park. 

Tl. Mickleover; Mugginton, Bindley. Edlaston Coppy; Shirley. 

T3. Calke, Bloxam. 
Var. orthophyllum Brid. 

Gl. Carmeadow, near Hayfield, Holt (1882) iz N.D.M.  Hollinworth 
Clough; Jarvis Clough; Fernilee, Barker. 

G2. Burbage Brook, Barker. On a roof by Cratcliffe Tor, near Birchover. 


358 DICRANACER. FISSIDENTACE. 


Var. paludosum Schimp. 
Gl. Near Kinderscout, Holt (1882) in Braithw. 


D. majus Zurn. 

Mountain woods. Not uncommon. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

L. Ashwood Dale, Ley (1870). Dovedale, Bindley. 

Gl. Frequent, Fernilee, N.D.M. Wildmoor Clough; Goyt Valley, near 
Taxal; foot of Bonsall Plane; near old toll-bar, Fernilee, Barker, Charlesworth 
Coombs; Kinderscout, Natt. Grinds Brook, Edale. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. 


D. fuscescens Zurn. 

Mountains, on and among rocks. Not uncommon, 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

G1. Charlesworth Coombs, with fruit ; Kinderscout, Natt. Near Buxton ; 
Combes Moss; Grinds Brook, Edale, Barker. Grinah Stones, Bleaklow Hill; 
Stanage Edge. 

G2. Burbage Brook, Barker. Under Birchen Edge, above Baslow ; Curbar 
Edge. 


Var. falcifolium Braithw. 

Gl. Kinderscout ; Charlesworth Coombs, Scholefield in N.D.M. Jarvis 
Clough, Ashopton, Barker. 

G2. Burbage Brook, Barker. 


LEUCOBRYUM ZHanpe. 


L. glaucum Schimp. 

Damp heaths, moors, and woods. Frequent. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

L. Back Dale, near Hindlow ; Deep Dale, Barker. 

G1. Kinderscout ; Charlesworth Coombs, Nat!. Near Glossop, N.D.M. 
Near Buxton ; Combes Moss, with fruit, Ley (1886). Hathersage, with fruit, 

G2. Cromford Moor, Armitage. Whatstandwell, Painter Natt, Froggatt, 
with fruit; Birchin Edge, Baslow. 

Tl. Shirley Park ; Hulland Moss. 


Vil. FISSIDENTACEA. 


FISSIDENS Hew. 


F., exilis Hedw. F. Bloxani Wils, 

Clay banks, woods. Rather rare. 

First record, The Natwralist, 1886. 

G1. Clay banks, Charlesworth, V.D.M. Near Stirrup Wood, Natt. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. By Bradley Brook ; Lower Thuryaston ; 
Withy Pits, and other places in Shirley ; field by the marsh in Yeldersley Lane. 


FISSIDENTACE®, 359 


F. viridulus Wahl. Dicranum Sw. 

Shady banks, and among rocks, Frequent. 

First record, Purchas, 1859-62. 

L. Monk’s Dale, Ley (1887). Dimminsdale, Ashford; Hartle Dale, Brad- 
well; Monsal Dale; Via Gellia ; Dovedale; Brassington Rocks ; between Wensley 
Dale and Snitterton. 

Gl. Banks at Mellor, Scholefield in N.D.M. Under Back Tor, Edale. 

G2. Ecclesbourne, Holmes in Braithw. Harper Lees, Hathersage. 

P. Cresswell Crags; between Scarcliffe and Houghton. 

Tl. Bradley; between Edlaston and Brailsford; Lower Thurvaston. 

T3. Calke, Purchas. 


Var. Lylei Wils. 
L. Hartle Dale, Bradwell. 
P. Cresswell Crags ? 


F, pusillus Wiis. 

In crevices of rocks. Somewhat rare. 

First record, Manch. Crypt. Soc., 1879. 

L. Lover’s Leap, Buxton, Braithwaite. Chee Dale, N.D.M. Monk’s Dale; 
Ashwood Dale, Barker, and in N.D.M. Uathkil Dale, Ley. Cressbrook; near 
Wardlow Mires; Great Rocks Dale; Dovedale. 

G1. Stirrup Wood, Nat‘. Under Back Tor, Edale; Fairbrook, Woodlands. 

G2. Bar Brook, Baslow. 

P. Scarcliffe Park; Markland Grips, Clowne. 


F. minutulus Swill. F. pusillus v. madidus Spruce. 
Mountain rocks and woods. Rare. 
First record, Braithwaite, 1881. 
Gl. Stirrup Wood, Gordon Ashton and Neild (1871) in Braithw. 


F, incurvus Storie. 

Banks. Rare. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. ; 

Gl. Clay banks, Charlesworth; near Whaley Bridge, N.D.M. Near 
Stirrup Wood, Natt. 

T3. Roadside bank between Shirley and Rodsley; Yeldersley Fields. 


F. tamarindifolius Wils. 7. incurvus v. tamarindifolius Braithw. 
Banks. Rare. 
First record, Braithwaite, 1881. 
Gl. Charlesworth, Whitehead in Braithw. 


F. bryoides Hedw. Hypnum L. 

Clay banks. Common. 

First record, Bloxam MS., 1833. 

L. Dovedale; Duke’s Drive, Barker. Near Grin Wood, Buxton, Ley 
(1870). 


360 FISSIDENTACE, 


Gl. Stirrup Wood; Whitebottom Wood, N.D.M. Chapel; Fernilee, 
Barker. Clough Farm, Edale. 

G2. Bar Brook, Baslow. 

P. Scarcliffe Park; Markland Grips; Cresswell Crags; Pleasley Park. 

Tl. Mickleover; Quarndon, Painter, Natt. Radbourn, Bindley. Edlaston. 
Coppy; Slack Lane, Brailsford; Hollington, Longford ; Dalbury Lees; Shirley. 

T2. By pool, near Trent Station. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Drakelow, Hb. Mason. Repton, Painter, Natt. 


F. crassipes Wils. F. viridulus v. fontaus Braithw. 

In streams, especially on limestone. Rare, 

First record, Braithwaite, 1881. 

L. Monsal Dale; Ravensdale, Holt (1883) im Braithw. Via Gellia, Ley 
(1887). Dovedale, Barker. 


F. osmundoides Hedw. Dicranwn Sw. 

Wet mountain rocks and slopes. Rare. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

Cale Abundantly in fruit on Kinderscout, Natt. Edale, Holt in N.D.M. 
Edale Head, Ley (1881). Hollinworth Clough, Barker. 


F.. adiantoides Hedw. Hypnwn UL. 

Damp mountain rocks, bogs. Not uncommon. 

First record, Garner, 1844. 

L. Plentiful on limestone rocks, Garner. Bradwell; Cressbrook; Cales 
Dale; Horseshoe and Back Dales; near Taddington, Barker. Conies Dale, 
Peak Forest; Lathkil Dale, a dwarf form; Dovedale. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood; Kinderscout, Natt. Fernilee, N.D.M. Grinds Brook, 
Edale ; Birchin Clough, near the Snake Inn, 

G2, Bechagg Wood, Froggatt. 

P. Pleasley Park; Markland Grips; Cresswell Crags. 

Tl. Hulland Moss. 


F. decipiens De Not. F. crispatus Wils. 

Wet mountain rocks, spongy ground. Frequent. 

First record, N.D.M., 1894. 

L. Frequent in Ashwood and Miller’s Dales, N.D.M. Conies Dale; Cales 
Dale; Horseshoe Dale; Dovedale, Barker. Deep Dale; Ravensdale; Lathkil 
Dale, Ley. Hartle Dale, Bradwell; Kirk Dale, Ashford; Via Gellia. 

Gl. Frequent in Stenior Clough, N.D.M. Grinds Brook, Edale. 

P. Scarcliffe Park. 


F. taxifolius Hedw. Hypnwn L. 

Banks, woods, by streams. Common. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Cales and Lathkil Dales; Back Dale, near Hindlow, Barker. Long- 
stone Edge, near Ashford; Bradwell; Dovedale; by the Henmoor Brook. 


FISSIDENTACES. GRIMMIACER. 361 


G1. Claybanks, Charlesworth; near Whaley Bridge, N.D.M. Bank of R. 
Goyt, near Taxal, and elsewhere in Fernilee, Barker. Roych Clough, Chapel. 

G2. Near Kirk Ireton. 

C. Sutton Spring Wood, near Chesterfield. 

P. Cresswell Crags. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Littleover, Bindley. Shirley; Mercaston ; 
Bradley Wood; copse east of Alkmonton; Edlaston Coppy ; Snelston lime quarries. 

T2. Ditch bank by canal, near Derby. ; 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Milton, Painter, Natt. 


VII. GRIMMIACEA. 


GRIMMIA £hrz. 


G. apocarpa Lirh. Brywn L. 

Rocks, walls, &c. Common. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Walls, Ashwood Dale, N.D.M. Dovedale, Purchas. Bradwell; Lathkil 
Dale; Horseshoe Dale, Barker. Matlock Bath, Painter, Nat; Ashford; Long- 
stone Edge; Brook Bottom, Tideswell; Cromford; Agnes Meadow, Kniveton. 

Gl. Kinderscout; Ernocroft Wood, near Ludworth, Natt. Whaley 
Bridge, N.D.M. Chapel; Fernilee, Barker. Ollerbrook Farm, Edale. 

P. Cresswell Crags; Pleasley Park; Markland Grips. 

Tl. Wyaston; Snelston lime quarries; Shirley Park. 

T3. Calke, Bloxam. 


Var. alpicola (Sw.). Braithwaite, 1888. 
L. Monsal Dale, Holt (1886) in Braithw. 


Var. gracilis W. & M. 
L. Ashwood Dale, Barker. 


Var. pumila Schimp. Braithwaite, 1888. 
L. Miller’s Dale, Holt (1879) wv Braithw. 


G. pulvinata Sm. Brywn L.. 

Walls, rocks, &c. Common. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Cromford, Hb. Mason. Dovedale, Purchas. Deep Dale; Kirk Dale, 
Ashford; near Kniveton, 

Gl. Mellor, Natt. Chapel; Fernilee, Barker. 

G2. Belper; Duffield, Painter, Natt. Gardom’s Edge, Baslow. 

P. Cresswell Crags; Markland Grips; Upper Langwith. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Shirley; churchyard, Brailsford; Snelston 
lime quarries. 


362 GRIMMIACES. 


T2. Cemetery Wall, near Chaddesden. 
T3. Calke, Bloxam. Walls between Ticknall and Repton, Purchas. 
Repton, Painter, Natt. 


Var. obtusa Hueben. Dryptodon Brid. Braithvaite, 1888. 
L. Longstone Edge, near Ashford. 
T3. Ticknall, Purchas (1868). 


G. trichophylla rev. 

Rocks, walls. Rather rare. 

First record, The Natwralist, 1887. 

L, Chee Dale, Holt in Braithw. Taddington Dale; Deep Dale; Horseshoe 
Dale; Via Gellia; Brassington Rocks. 

Gl. Kinder, near Hayfield, N.D.M. Rocks under Back Tor, Edale. 

G2. Rowsley, Boswell (1874) in Braithw. Sandstone walls, Stanton, Ley. 
Wall where path leaves the main road for Robin Hood’s Stride, Barker. 
Wall of Hathersage Road, Grindleford. 


G, Stirtoni Schimp. 

Grit rocks. Very rare. Always sterile and propaguliferous. 

First record, The Flora. 

Gl. Shallcross Plane, Fernilee; Chapel; Whaley Bridge to Buxton, near 
Whitehall; Spire Hollins, Combes, Barker, 


G. Doniana Sm. 

Mountain rocks. Rare. 

First record, Wilson, Bry. Brit., 1855. 

Gl. Axe Edge, Holmes in Braithw. Kinderscout, Natt. Buxton, Whitehead 
in Braithw. Fernilee ; Castleton, N.D.M. Charlesworth, Tinker in N.D.M. 
On a wall top, Combes Moss, Ley. Wall, Whaley Bridge to Buxton ; old road 


above Lanehead Farm, Fernilee ; near Shippons of Horwich House, Chapel, 
Barker. 


RHACOMITRIUM Bri. 


R. aciculare Brid. Brywn L. Grimmnia C.M. 

Rocks in mountain streams. Common. 

First records, Petiver, 1713; Withering, 1787. ‘‘ Scampton’s Peak Moor-moss. 
First discovered by this Gentleman on the large Stones which lie in the Rivulets, 
amongst the Peakmoors in Derbyshire,” Petiver. 

Gl. Charlesworth Coombs; Kinderscout, Natt. Moorland streams near 
Buxton, Ley. R. Goyt, Fernilee ; clough west of Thornylea, Combes ; near Little 
Hayfield, Barker. Oyster Clough, near the Snake Inn; near Lady Bower Inn, 
Ashopton ; Grinds Brook, Edale ; Combes Moss. 

G2. Froggatt; Bar Brook, and Gardom’s Edge, Baslow ; near Higgar Tor, 
Hathersage. 

Var. denticulatun B. & 8. 
Gl. Kinderscout ; Stenior Clough, N.D.M. Cowburn, Barker. 


GRIMMIACE. 863 


[R. protensum Braun. Grimmia aquatica C.M. 
Damp mountain rocks. Rare. Dillenius, 1741. 
Gl. In the Peak, Dillenius. Requires confirmation. ] 


R. fasciculare Brid. Brywn Schrad. Grimmia C.M. 

On mountain rocks. Frequent. 

First record, Garner, 1844. 

G1. Charlesworth Coombs, Natt. Stenior Clough; Kinderscout; near 
Buxton, N.D.M. Fernilee; Combes; Chapel, and near Wash, Barker, Grinds 
Brook, Edale. 

G2. Cromford, Garner. 


R. heterostichum JBrid. Trichostomun Hedw. 

On mountain rocks. Not uncommon. 

First record, N.D.M., 1894. 

L. Harper Hill, Buxton. 

Gl. Stenior Clough; near Buxton, N.D.M. Near Shallcross Mill, Horwich 
End, and other places in Fernilee; Spire Hollins, Combes; near Chapel Rail- 
way Station, and other places in Chapel; Combes Moss, Barker. 

G2, Wall of Hathersage Road, Grindleford. 


Var. gracilescens B. & 8S. G. obtusa Lindb. Trichostomun obtusuin Sm. 
Gl. Kinderscout, J.B., 1894. 


R. lanuginosum Brid.  Trichostomum Hedw. Grimmia hypnoides Lindb. 

Bryum L. 

Rocks and walls. Common. 

First record, Martyn Phil. Trans., 1729. “ Bryum hypnoides capitulis 
plurimis erectis lanuginosum Dilleni.” 

L. Chee Dale, N.D.M. Ravensdale; Deep Dale; Lathkil Dale, Ley. 
Horseshoe Dale, Barker. Dovedale, Garner. Great Rocks Dale. 

G1. Kinderscout; Charlesworth Coombs, Natt. In little short patches on 
walls in Fernilee and Chapel, an unusual form, Barker. Old road, a little 
above Fox House Inn. 


RB. canescens Brid. Grimmia C.M.  Trichostomum Timm. 

Walls, dry heaths, rocks. Frequent, 

First record, Garner, 1844. 

L. Lathkil Dale, Ley. Dovedale, Garner. Monk’s Dale, Barker. Har- 
borough Rock. 

Gl. Fernilee, N.D.M. Goyt’s Clough; old road north of Ladder Hill, 
Chapel, Barker. 


Var. ericoides B. & 8S. Bryum Schrad. 
L. Chee Dale, N.D.M. 
Gl. Fernilee; Kinderscout; Chapel-en-le-Frith, N.D.M. 


364 GRIMMIACE. TORTULACES. 


PTYCHOMITRIUM 2. § 5. 


P. polyphyllum Firnr. Glyphomitrium Mitt. Brywn Dicks. 

Mountain rocks. Not uncommon. 

First record, Garner, 1844. 

L. Walls, Ashwood Dale, N.D.M. Dovedale, Garner. 

G1. Abundant on the millstone grit, near Buxton, Ley. Fernilee ; Kinder- 
scout, N.D.M. Occasionally on walls, Chapel, Barker. 

Tl. On slag, railway banks, Mickleover, Bindley ! 


CAMPYLOSTELEUM 2. § 8. 


C. saxicola 2B. § S. Glyphomitrium Mitt. Dieranun W. & M. 

Grit or sand rocks. Rare. 

First record, Wilson, Bry. Brit., 1855. 

G2. Crich; Rowsley, Wilson (1833) in Braithw. Near Cromford, N.H, 
Tuth, 


HEDWIGIA Zhri. 


H. ciliata Fhrh. Brywn Dicks. H. albicans Lindb. 
Grit rocks and walls. Rare. 
First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 
Gl. Kinderscout, with fruit, Natt. (Whitehead). Fernilee, N.D.M. 


IX. TORTULACEA. 
ACAULON ¢.1. 


A. muticum @.M. Sphaerangiwn Schimp. Phascum Schreb. 
Bare soil. Rare. 
First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 
G1. Charlesworth, N.D.M. Near Stirrup Wood, Natt. 
Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. 


PHASCUM Sehreb. 


P. cuspidatum Schreb. P. acaulon L. 
Fallows, banks, &c. Common. 
First record, Bloxam MS., 1833. 
L. Miller’s Dale; Tideswell Dale, N.D.M. Brassington Rocks. 
G1. Chapel-en-le-Frith, N.D.M. Near Overlea, Barker. 
G2. Fallows between Dethick Common and Lea. 
P. Scarcliffe; Stony Houghton; Whitwell Wood, one plant out of a patch 


with curved seta. 


TORTULACE. 865 


Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Hollington, Longford ; Yeldersley ; Snelston 
lime quarries; Thurvaston, near Marston Montgomery; Kirk Langley. 

T2. By the canal near Spondon; Mansfield Road, between one and two 
miles from Derby; by canal south of Derby. 

T3. Calke, Bloxam. Milton, Painter, Natt. 


Var. piliferwn Hook & Tayl. 
P. Cresswell Crags; Belph Moor, Whitwell. 


P. curvicolle Fhrh. 

Fallows, bare soil among rocks, on magnesian limestone, Rare. 

First record, The Flora. 

P. At and near Cresswell Crags; Belph Moor (named by Rev. C. H. 
Binstead) ; fields by Whitwell Wood, and in a quarry near Whitwell Station. 


POTTIA Zirh. 


P. recta Mitt. Phascum With. 

Fallows and bare soil, on limestone, Rather rare. 

First record, N.D.M., 1894. 

L. Miller’s Dale; Monsal Dale, N.D.M. Duke’s Drive, Buxton, 

P. Between Belph Moor and Cresswell Crags; Pleasley Park; Scarcliffe 
Park, and between that and Stony Houghton; fields by Whitwell Wood; quarry 
near Whitwell Station, and old quarry near Springfield Farm, 


P. bryoides Mitt. Phascum Dicks. 

Fallows and bare places on limestone. Rare. 

First records, Wilson, Bry. Brit., 1855 ; Purchas, 1860. 

L. Buxton, Wood in Braithw. Dovedale, Fraser in Braithw. Wormhill, 
Nowellin N.D.M. Miller’s Dale, Scholfield in N.D.M. Monsal Dale, Ashton in 
N.D.M. Chee Dale, N.D.M. Taddington Dale, Barker. Near Monyash ; north 
side of Harper Hill. 

T3. Calke, Purchas. 


P. trunecatula Lind. Brywm L. P. truncata Fiirnr. 

Fallows, banks, bare soil. Common. 

First record, Bloxam MS., 1833. 

G1. Near Stirrup Wood, Nat; Fernilee ; Chapel; bank of wood near Spire 
Hollins, Barker. Near Clough Farm, Edale. 

G2. Fallows between Dethick Common and Lea. 

C. Near Calow Green, Chesterfield. 

P, Belph Moor, and near Cresswell Crags ; Pleasley Park ; old quarry near 
Whitwell Station. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Brailsford; Shirley ; Langley Common ; 
Cross 0’ th’ hands ; The Holt, Edlaston. 

T2, By canal, Derby. 

T3. Calke, Bloxam. Between Coppin Nook and Melbourne, Purchas., 
Foremark, Painter, Natt, 


366 TORTULACES. 


P, intermedia Piirnr. Gymnostomum Turn. 

Rocks, walls, fallows, mostly on limestone. Not common. 

First record, Braithwaite, 1884. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Holt (1881) in Braithw. Lightwood Road, Buxton ; 
Dovedale, Barker. Taddington Dale. 

P. In an old quarry east of Whitwell Station, and in fields by Whitwell 
Wood. R 


P. minutula Fiirnr. Gymnostomum Schleich. P. Starkei v. Davallii Lindb. 

Fallows, roadsides, bare places. Not uncommon. 

First record, Pwrchas, 1859-62. 

L. Miller’s Dale, V.D.M. 

P. Belph Moor, Whitwell. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Nat; Between Mercaston and Cross o’ th’ 
hands; Hollington, Longford; Corley, near Bradley; Shirley; Yeldersley; near 
Long Lane; Snelston lime quarries. 

T2. Waste ground by canal, near Derby. 

T3. Melbourne Common, Purchas. 


P. Starkeana @.M. Weissia Hedw. 
Bare soil. Rare. 
First record, Braithwaite, 1884. 
L. or Gl. Buxton, Hunt (1872) in Braithw. 


P. lanceolata (.M. Leersia Hedw. 

Rocks, quarries, banks. Frequent. 

First record, Bloxam MS., 1833. 

L. Taddington Dale; Miller’s Dale; Monsal Dale, N.D.M. Dovedale, 
Purchas. Via Gellia. 

G2. Wall tops north of Froggatt. 

P. Scarcliffe Park; Pleasley Park; between Belph Moor and Cresswell 
Crags: quarries both sides of Whitwell Station. 

Tl. Brailsford; near Peathays, and north of Shirley Park, Shirley; 
Snelston lime quarries. 

T2. Near Derby canal, south of Derby. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Ticknall, Purchas. 


P. latifolia (MW. Weissia Schwaegr. 
Mountain rocks. Very rare. 
First record, Braithwaite, 1884. 
L. Carr rocks above Castleton, Dickie (1867) in Braithw. 


TORTULA Hedw. 


T. pusilla Mitt, Brywn Hedw. Pottia cavifolia Ehrh. Gymnostomum 
ovatun Hedw. 
Wall tops. Not common. 
First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 


TORTULACE, 


367 


L. Miller’s Dale, Cunliffe in N.D.M. Wall tops between Tideswell and 


Miller’s Dale, Ley (1887). 
G2. Wall tops, abundant, north of Froggatt. 
T3. Calke, Blozam. Ticknall, Purchas (1859). 


T. lamellata Lindh. Barbula cavifolia Schimp. 
Wall tops, bare ground. Rare. 
First record, Ley MS., 1898. 
L. Near Miller’s Dale Station, Ley. 


T. brevirostris Hook § Grev. 
Wall tops in limestone districts. Very rare. 
First record, Holmes in Grevillea, ii., 169, 1873. 
L. Wall top in Ashwood Dale, George (1873) in Braithw. 


T. rigida Schrad. Barbula Schultz. 7. stellata Lindb, 
Wall tops, mostly on limestone. Rather rare. 
First record, Braithwaite, 1884. 


L. Peak Forest, Whitehead (1871) in Braithw. Ashwood Dale, Barker. 


Topley Pike, N.D.M. Miller’s Dale, Ley (1869). Via Gellia. 
Gl. Wall top, Overlea; near Horwich End, Fernilee, Barker. 


P. Quarries on both sides of Whitwell Station; wall top near Langwith 


Station. 
T2. On a walled bank in Locko Park. 


T. ambigua 4ngstr. Barbula B. & S. T. ericefolia Lindb. 
Wall tops, mostly on limestone. Rare. 
First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 
L. Topley Pike, Buxton, Ley (1876). 
Tl. On conglomerate, Wyaston. 


T3. Ticknall Quarries; tramway, Calke, Purchas. (T. rigida). 


Painter, Nat;. 


T. aloides De Not. Tvichostomum Koch. Barbula Fiirnr. 
Wall tops, mostly on limestone. Rather rare. 
First record, Braithwaite, 1884. 


Repton, 


L. Ashwood Dale, Holt (1880) in Braithw. Topley Pike, Ley (1870). 


Wall top by an old quarry, Duke’s Drive, Buxton. 
Gl. Near Stirrup Wood, Nat;. 
Tl. Snelston lime quarries (named by Rev. C. H. Binstead). 


T. muralis Hedw. Brywn L. Barbula Timm. 
Common on walls, rocks, &ec. 
First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 


368 TORTULACES. 


Var. rupestris Wils. Purchas, 1862. 

L. Frequent on rocks and walls in the limestone districts, N.D.M. 
Ravensdale; Lathkil Dale, Ley (1881). Dovedale, Purchas. Near Taddington ; 
Great Rocks Dale; Back Dale, Barker. Via Gellia. 

G1. Mellor, Natt. 

P. Pleasley Park; Markland Grips; Cresswell Crags. 


T. subulata Hedw. Brywn L. Barbula P. Beauy. 

Brook banks, walls, limestone rocks. Frequent. 

First record, Bloxam MS., 1833. 

L. Frequent on banks and walls in the limestone dales, N.D.M. Abundant, 
Buxton, Ley (1869). Matlock Bath, Armitage. Miller’s Dale, Painter, Natt. 
Castleton, Carr. Bradwell, Snelgrove. Cressbrook; Conies Dale; Back Dale, 
Horseshoe Dale, Barker. ‘Tideswell; Fern Dale, Ashford; Brassington; 
Dovedale. 

Gl. Fernilee; Chapel-en-le-Frith, Barker, Edale. 

G2. By R. Derwent, near Beeley; Hathersage road, Grindleford. 

P. Markland Grips; hedge, Upper Langwith; Cresswell. 

Tl. Cubley Brook; Markeaton Brook; gravel pit, Wyaston; near Alk- 
monton. 

T3. Calke, Blozxam. Repton, Painter, Natt. 


T. mutica Lind). Barbula latifolia B. & 8. 
Tree trunks by streams. Rather rare. 
First record, The Flora. 
L. Deep Dale, near Buxton; Scow Brook, near Hognaston. 
G2. By R. Derwent, between Matlock and Darley. 
Tl. By R. Dove, near Doveridge. 


T. laevipila Schwacgr. Syntrichia Brid. Barbula B. & 8. 

Tree trunks. Rather rare. 

First record, Garner, 1844. 

L. On trees, Dovedale, N.D.M. Trees near Thorpe, Garner. Monsal 
Dale, Holt in N.D.M. On a tree by the roadside between Hope and Castleton ; 
and between Alport and Bakewell, Barker. 

Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith, N.D.M. North end of Combes Reservoir, Barker. 


T intermedia Berk. Syntrichia Brid. Barbula Milde. T. montana Lindb. 

Limestone dales, walls. Frequent. 

First record, Purchas, 1862. 

L. Miller’s Dale; Bakewell, Holt in Braithw. Buxton, Ley (1869). Dove- 
dale, Purchas. Cales Dale; Horseshoe Dale, Barker. Taddington Dale; 
Cressbrook; Hartle Dale, Bradwell; Harper Hill, Buxton. 

G1. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Holt in Braithw. Wall by the roadside near 
Cadster, between Chapel and Whaley, Barker. 

P. Whitwell. 


TORTULACER. 369 


T. ruralis Zirh. Brywn L. Barbula Hedw. 

Walls, roofs, &c. Not unfrequent. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Old walls, Ashwood Dale; Wormhill; Dovedale; Castleton, N.D.M. 
Buxton, Ley. Between Alport and Haddon Hall; Horseshoe Dale and Back 
Dale, Barker. Near Cromford Station. 

P. Cresswell Crags; on a roof at Whitwell. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Foremark, Painter, Natt. 


T. princeps De Not. Barbula Muelleri B. & 8. 

Rocks and walls, rarely tree trunks. Rare. 

First record, The Natwralist, 1885. 

L. Near Buxton, Ashton (1870) in Braithw. Near Miller’s Dale, Cash in 
N.D.M. 


BARBULA Hedw. 


B. lurida Lindb. Didymodon Hornsch. 
Limestone rocks. Very rare. 
First record, The Flora. 
L. Dovedale, Parker. 


B. rubella Witt. Brywn Hoffm. Didymodon B. & S. 

Rocks, walls, especially on limestone. Frequent. 

First record, Purchas, 1859. 

L. Dovedale, Hb. Mason. Cressbrook; Cales Dale; Back Dale, near 
Hindlow; Lover’s Leap, Barker. Bradwell; Ashford; Chee Tor; Via Gellia, 
and Masson Hill; Madge Boose, Kniveton. 

Gl. Mellor, Natt. Fernilee; Hogshaw Reservoir, Buxton, Barker. Bank 
Hall, Chapel. Frequent on walls, N.D.M. 

G2. Froggatt; by R. Derwent, near Beeley. 

P. Between Scarcliffe and Stony Houghton; Pleasley Park; Upper Lang- 
with; Markland Grips; Cresswell Crags; Belph Moor. 

Tl. Snelston lime quarries; Thurvaston, near Marston Montgomery ; 
Wyaston; by the waterwheel, Shirley Park. 

T3. Foremark; Calke, Purchas. 


Var. dentata Braithw. (1887). 
L. Miller’s Dale, Holt (1879) in Braithw. Ashwood Dale, Ley. 


B. tophacea Mitt. Trichostomum Brid. B. brevifolia Lindb. 

Limestone walls and by springs. Frequent. 

First record, The Natwralist, 1886. 

L. Miller’s Dale, N.D.M. Monk’s Dale; Cressbrook; Dovedale, Barker. 
Ashwood Dale; Lathkil Dale; Via Gellia. 

Gl. Kinderscout, Natt. Fernilee, and near Spire Hollins, Barker. Wall, 
south of Combes Reservoir. 


AA 


370 TORTULACER, 


C. By a pond, and by roadside at Dale Moor. 

P. Old quarry near Springfield Farm, Whitwell; between Scarcliffe and 
Houghton. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Radbourn; Findern; Littleover, Bindley. 
Between Shirley and Hollington; Darley Moor, near Snelston. 

T2. By canal south of Derby. 


B. fallax Hedw. 

Banks, walls, roadsides. Common. 

First record, Bloxram MS., 1833. 

L. Frequent in Ashwood and Miller’s Dales, N.D.M. Castleton, Carr. 
Monyash; near Taddington; Hindlow; Back Dale; near Lover’s Leap; Dove- 
dale, Barker. Via Gellia; Kniveton Brook. 

Gl. Edale; Chapel; Fernilee, Barker, 

G2. Cromford, Hb. Mason. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Findern, Bindley. Clifton; Shirley ; 
Snelston lime quarries; Slack Lane, Brailsford ; brook below Hulland Moss, 

T3. Calke, Blozam. Willington, Hb. Mason. Quarries at Ticknall, 
Purchas, 


Var. drevifolia Schultz. Braithwaite, 1887. 
L. Buxton; Miller’s Dale, Holt (1883) in Bratithw. Quarry on Fairfield 
Common, 
Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith, N.D.M. Fernilee, Barker, Slackhall, near Chapel. 
P. Clowne. 
Tl. Fallows, Yeldersley, near Ashbourne. 


B. recurvifolia Schimp. Tortula Berk. B. reflexa Brid. 

Bare soil, walls. Rather rare. 

First record, J.B., 1871. 

L. Buxton; Middleton, Wilson in Braithw. Via Gellia, Holmes ir 
Braithw. Miller’s Dale; Castleton, Holt in Braithw. Ashwood Dale, with fruit, 
Ley. Monyash; Bradwell; Dovedale, Barker. Diamond Hill; Scow Brook, 
near Hognaston. 

Gl. Walls, Chapel-en-le-Frith, N.D.M. Shallcross Plane, near Horwich - 
End, Fernilee, Barker. By R. Noe, Edale. 

Tl. Lane from Old Yeldersley to Ednaston Lodge; main road between 
Shirley and Brailsford. 


B. spadicea Mitt. Trichostomum rigidulum Sm. p.p. 

By mountain streams. Rare. 

First record, Braithwaite, 1887. 

L. Buxton, Wéelson (1863) in Braithw. Dovedale, Holmes in Braithw! 
Castleton, Holt in Braithw. Monyash; Cressbrook, Barker, Monk’s Dale. 

P. Pleasley Park. 


TORTULACER. 3871 


B. rigidula Mitt. Didymodon Hedw. 

Walls, rocks. Not uncommon. 

First record, Garner, 1844. 

L. Buxton, Wilson (1864) in Braithw. Castleton, Holt in Bratthw. Ashwood 
Dale, N.D.M. Ravensdale, Ley. Matlock, Garner. Bradwell; Ashford ; Cales 
Dale ; Hindlow, Barker. Harper Hill. 

Gl. Walls, Whaley Bridge, N.D.M. Clunal, near Glossop, Buxton. Near 
the railway above Combes Reservoir ; near Hogshaw Reservoir, Buxton ; Chapel; 
Fernilee, Barker. 

G2. Harper Lees, Hathersage ; Bar Brook, Baslow. 

P. Clowne ; Scarcliffe Park ; Pleasley Park. 

Tl. Stonework of wet place between Ednaston and Brailsford Brook ; 
laneside between Old Yeldersley and Ednaston. 

T3. Tramway, Calke, Purchas. 


B. cylindrica Schimp. Zygotrichia Tayl. 

Walls, quarries, banks. Frequent. 

First record, V.D.M., 1894. 

L. Buxton; Castleton; Matlock, N.D.M. Chee Dale; near Taddington ; 
Bradwell ; Cales Dale ; Dovedale, Barker. Via Gellia ; Monk’s Dale. 

Gl. Shallcross Plane, Fernilee ; above Combes Reservoir, Chapel, Barker. 
Roadside below north end of Axe Edge. 

G2. Hathersage road, Grindleford. 

P. Markland Grips ; Scarcliffe Park ; Pleasley Park ; Upper Langwith. 

T1. Snelston lime quarries ; brook north side of Brailsford Common ; 
between Ednaston and Brailsford Brook ; on sandy conglomerate at Edlaston 
Coppy ; Cubley Brook ; Marston Montgomery. 


B. vinealis Brid. B. cylindrica var. vinealis Braithw. 

Rocks, walls. Rare. 

First record, Manch. Crypt. Soc., 1879. , 

L. Chee Dale ; Bradwell ; near Monyash, Barker. By a roadside spring 
between Miller’s Dale and Buxton. 

Gl. Green Lane, Chapel, Barker. 


B. sinuosa Braithw. Dicranella Wils. MS. Didymodon Schimp. 

Walls, rocks, on limestone. Rather rare. 

First record, Braithwaite, 1887. 

L. Chee Dale, Holmes (1875) in Braithw. Monk’s Dale; Miller’s Dale; 
Monsal Dale, Holt in Braithw. Lathkil Dale, Ley. 


B. Hornschuchiana Schultz. 

Bare soil, walls, quarries. Rather rare. 

First records, Manchester Crypt. Soc., and The Naturalist, 1886. 

L. Cromford, Hunt (1863) in Braithw. Miller's Dale, Manch. Orypt. Soc. 
(Holt). Topley Pike, Ley. Lightwood Road, Buxton; Hurdlow Station ; Hind- 
low; near Taddington, Barker. 


372 TORTULACER. 


Gl. Lydgate, Eccles Pike; Shallcross Plane, Horwich End, Fernilee, 
Barker. 


B. revoluta Brid. Tortula Schrad. 

Wall tops. Not uncommon. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

L, Walls, Buxton; Miller’s Dale, N.D.M. Monsal Dale, Ley. Ashford; 
Castleton, Barker. Monk’s Dale, on tufa., 

Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith, N.D.M. Mellor, Natt. Fernilee, Barker. 

G2. Wall top, main road above Froggatt; Hathersage road, Grindleford. 


B. convoluta Hedw. 

Wall tops, banks, roadsides, Frequent. 

First record, Pwrchas, 1862. 

L. Ashwood Dale; Topley Pike, Ley. Bradwell; Hindlow; Dovedale, 
Barker. Masson Hill, Matlock Bath; Fairfield Common, Buxton. 

Gl. Frequent on banks and walls, N.D.M. Mellor, Natt. Chapel; Fernilee, 
Barker. Edale. 

P. Markland Grips; quarry near Whitwell Station; Pleasley. 

Tl. Findern, Bindley. By the waterwheel, Shirley Park. 

T3. Dimminsdale, Calke, Pwrchas. Melbourne. 


Var. Sardoa B. & S. 

L. On walls, Ashwood Dale; Back Dale, near Hindlow; Miller’s Dale; 
Great Rocks Dale; near Monyash; Horseshoe Dale; Ashford; Dovedale, Barker. 
Old quarry on Fairfield Common. 

G2. Hathersage road, Grindleford. 


B. unguiculata Hedw. Brywn Huds. 

Bare ground, walls. Common, 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Abundant at Matlock, N.D.M. Back Dale, and at Hindlow ; Bradwell; 
near Monyash; near Taddington, Barker. Monk’s Dale; Duke’s Drive, and 
near Harper Hill. 

Gl. Fernilee; Chapel, Barker. 

C. Calow Green, Chesterfield. 

P. Cresswell Crags; Scarcliffe Park; Markland Grips; Red Hill, Whit- 
well. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Findern; Radbourne, Bindley. Gravel pit, 
Bradley; Shirley; Ednaston; Snelston lime quarries. 

T2. Mansfield Road, near Derby; near Breadsall. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Repton, Painter, Natt. Ticknall. 

Var. cuspidata Braithw. 
L. Ashwood Dale, Barker. 


Var. obtusifolia (Schultz.) Braithwaite, 1887. 
L. Miller’s Dale, Holt (1882) tn Braithw. 


TORTULACEX. 373 


LEPTODONTIUM JHanpe. 


L. flexifolium Hampe. Brywn Dicks. Didymodon Hook. & Tayl. 

Moorland, in peat or gravel, Rather rare. 

First record, Hook. d Tayl., 1827. 

G1. Moor two miles from Buxton on Manchester Road, Greville in Hook. d: 
Tayl. Charlesworth Coombs; Kinderscout, Watt. Burnt Hill, Hollinworth 
Clough; Combes Moss; moor near Goyt’s Lane; Wildmoor Clough, and near 
Goyt’s Bridge ; foot of Bonsall Plane; Lightwood Reservoir, Barker. 

G2. Moorland near Stanton, Dey (1880). Burbage Brook, Barker. Harland 
Edge, above Beeley. 


WHISSIA Hedi. 


W. crispa Mitt. Phascwn Hedw. Systegium Schimp. Mollia Lindb. 
Bare soil on limestone. Rare. 
First record, The Flora. 
L. Via Gellia. 
P. Markland Grips; between Cresswell Crags and Belph Moor; Scarcliffe 
Park; Pleasley Park. 


W.squarrosa ©... Gymnostomun Wils. Mollia Lindb. =Hymenostomum 
Nees & Hornsch. 
Fallows. Rare. 
First record, Braithwaite, 1885. 
Gl, Stirrup Wood, Scholefield (1868) in Braithw. Banks at Mellor, Scholefield 
m N.D.M. 


W. microstoma (I. Gymnostonum Hedw. Mollia Lindb. 

Bare ground, soil among rocks. Not uncommon. 

First record, Purchas, 1862. 

L. Castleton; Monsal Dale; Miller’s Dale; Lathkil Dale, V.D.M. Buxton, 
Ley (1869). Dovedale, Purchas. Great Rocks Dale, Barker. Horseshoe Dale; 
Deep Dale; north side of Diamond Hill. 

Gl. Roadside between Whaley Bridge and Chapel, at the boundary of 
Fernilee and Chapel parishes; Srigley’s Quarry, near Chapel, Barker. 

G2. Above Mag Clough, Grindleford. 

P. Cresswell Crags; Scarcliffe Park; Steetley Quarry. 


Var. obliqua C.M. 
L. Duke’s Drive, Buxton; Great Rocks Dale, Barker. 


Var. brachycarpa Schimp. Hymenostomum brachycarpum N. & H. 

Tl. Damp clay fields about Yeldersley Lane, near Shirley. “A tall well 
developed form with broad leaves almost entirely plane-margined even to the 
upper perichetial bracts, and with the capsule almost of the typical shape, not 
shortly oval as usual in the variety,” Dixon in litt. 


874 TORTULACE®. 


W. tortilis (.. Gymnostomum Schwaegr. Mollia Braithw. 

Limestone banks, Rare. 

First record, Wilson, Bry. Brit., 1855. 

L. Lathkil Dale, Wilson (1881) in Braithw. Ashwood Dale, N.D.M. 
Miller’s Dale, Ley (leg. C. Wild). Cales Dale, Barker. Hartle Dale, Bradwell. 


W. viridula Hedw. Brywn L. Mollia Lindb. W. controversa Hedw. 

Banks. Common. , 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Cressbrook, N.D.M. lUathkil Dale; Duke’s Drive, Buxton, Barker. 
Diamond Hill, Buxton; near Monyash; Masson Hill; Dovedale; Brassington 
Rocks; near Kniveton. 

Gl. Banks at Edale; Whaley Bridge; Mellor, N.D.M. Fernilee; Chapel; 
Bugsworth, Barker. Near Hogshaw Reservoir, Buxton; Chinley. 

G2. Cromford, Hb. Mason. Wakebridge, Crich; Grindleford. 

C. Calow, near Chesterfield. 

P. Cresswell Crags; Scarcliffe Park; Langwith Wood; near Stony 
Houghton; Markland Grips; Belph Moor. 

Tl. Mickleover; Radbourn, Painter, Natt. Edlaston; Osmaston; Shirley ; 
by Bradley Brook; Snelston lime quarries; Brailsford; Cross o’ th’ hands, Hul- 
land Ward. 

T2, By pool south of Trent Station. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. ‘Ticknall, Purchas.  Brizlincote; Newton Solney, 
N.H. Tuth. Milton; Foremark, Painter, Natt. 


Var. anblyodon B. & S. 
L. A form of this near Harper Hill, Buxton, Barker. Griff Grange, Via 
Gellia. 


W. crispata Nees § Hornsch. IW. viridula v. gymnostomoides B. & S. 

Banks, limestone dales. Rare. 

First record, Dixon, J.B., 1899. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Hb. Whitehead (G. densifolia, 1871). Buxton district 
(1878) ; near Harper Hill, Barker. Ashwood Dale, Hb. Whitehead (G@. condensatum, 
1880). Monk’s Dale, Dixon (1899). 


W. tenuis 6.0. Gymnostomun Schrad. Gyroweissia Schimp. Mollia Lindb. 
Slopes of sandstone or limestone. Rare. 
First record, V.H. Tutb., 1863. 
T3. Calke Park, Bloram in N.H. Tuth. 


W. calearea 0.4. Gymnostomun Nees & Hornsch. Mollia Lindb. 
Limestone rocks, or toadstone. Locally abundant. 
First record, Manch. Crypt. Soc., 1881. 


TORTULACE. 3875 


L. Chee Dale, Holmes (1874) in Braithw. Monsal Dale ; Ravensdale, 
Holt in Braithw. On toadstone at Dale End, near Buxton, W. West, July, 1879. 
Monk’s Dale ; Miller’s Dale, Ley. Between Parsley Hay and Dovedale ; 
Lathkil Dale, Barker. 

P, Markland Grips, Clowne (named by Rev. C. H. Binstead). 


W.rupestris @.M. Gymnostomun Schleich. Mollia Lindb. 

Damp limestone rocks. Not uncommon. 

First record, N.D.M., 1894. \ 

L. Miller’s Dale, Barker in N.D.M. Deep Dale, Ley (1886). Cressbrook ; 
Chee Dale ; Back Dale, Hindlow ; between Parsley Hay and Dovedale, Barker. 
Cales Dale and Lathkil Dale. 

G1. Bridge near old tollbar, Fernilee, Barker. 

P. Markland Grips, Clowne. 


Var. ramosissima C.M. Braithwaite, 1885, 

L. Castleton, Rogers (1881) in Braithw. Miller’s Dale, Holt in N.D.M. 
Conies Dale; Deep Dale; Dovedale; near Lover's Leap, Barker. Ashwood 
Dale. 


W. curvirostris C.M. Gymnostomum Hedw. Barbula Lindb. 

Damp mountain rocks. Rather rare. 

First record, Garner, 1844, 

L. Wet rocks, Castleton, Holt in N.D.M. Bridge between Ashbourne and 
Thorpe, Garner. Masson Hill, Matlock Bath; Duke’s Drive, Buxton. 

Gl. Kinderscout, Nat‘. (Holt and Whitehead), Chinley Hills. 

G2. Under White Edge, Froggatt. 


[ Var. commutata Lindb. Hymenostyleum Mitt. Braithwaite, 1887. 

L. Ravensdale, Holt (1883) in Braithw. 

N.B.—Mr. Whitehead erased this in his annotated copy of The Naturalist 
for 1886 as an error, hence it apparently requires confirmation. |] 


W. verticillata Brid. Brywn L. Eucladium B. & 8. Mollia Lindb. 
Damp limestone rocks. Rather rare. 
First record, N.D.M., 1894. 
L. Peak Forest; Chee Dale, N.D.M. Monk’s Dale, with fruit, Ley (1887). 
Cressbrook ; Taddington; Dovedale, Barker. 
P. Markland Grips, ¢t. Rev. C. H. Binstead. 


TRICHOSTOMUM B. & 8. emend. 


T. crispulum Bruch, Mollia Lindb. 
Rocks, walls, banks, especially on limestone. Not uncommon. 
First record, Braithwaite, 1885. 


376 TORTULACES. 


L. Monsal Dale, Holt (1882) in Braithw. Cave Dale, Castleton, West in 
N.D.M. Chee Dale, Holt in N.D.M. Monk’s Dale; Ravensdale; Dovedale, Ley 
(1876). Conies Dale; Bradwell; Cales and Back Dales; Great Rocks Dale, 
Barker. 

G2. Bar Brook, Baslow. 

P. Cresswell Crags; quarry near Springfield Farm, Whitwell; Markland 
Grips. 


Var. nigreviride Dixon. The Naturalist, 1886. 
L. Monk’s Dale, Natt. (Holt). Dovedale, Barker. 


T. mutabile Bruch. Mellia brachydontia Lindb. 

Among rocks, mostly on limestone. Not uncommon. 

First record, Braithwaite, 1887. 

L. Dovedale, Wilson (1867) in Braithw. lathkil Dale; Taddington Dale, 
N.D.M. Conies Dale; Cales Dale; Monk’s Dale; Back Dale; Horseshoe Dale ; 
near Lover’s Leap, Barker. Between Harper Hill and Diamond Hill; Via 
Gellia; Brassington Rocks. 

P. Cresswell Crags (t. C. H. Binstead). 

T3. Repton, Painter, Natt. 


Var. litorale Dixon. 
P. Cresswell Crags (‘‘ apparently,” C. H. Binstead), 


Var. cophocarpum Schimp. Braithwaite, 1887. 

L. Chee Dale, Whitehead (1880) im Braithw. Miller’s Dale, West in 
Braithw. Cave Dale; Tideswell Dale; Taddington Dale, N.D.M. Litton Dale, 
Ley. Cressbrook; Lathkil Dale; Back Dale; Great Rocks Dale; Monk’s Dale 
Dovedale, Barker. Rocks above Lover’s Leap, Buxton. 

G1. Wall by the brook, south of Combes Reservoir. 


T. tenuirostre Lindh. Mollia Lindb. Didymodon cylindricus B. & 8. 
Rocks by streams. Rare. 
First record, N.D.M., 1894. 
Gl. Kinderscout, Holt in N.D.M. 


T. nitidum Schimp. Mollia Lindb. 

Limestone rocks. Rare. 

First record, Braithwaite, 1887. 

L. [Dovedale, at the opening of Hall Dale, Holmes (1875) in Braithw.] 
but on the Staffs. side I learn from Mr. H. Dowel Dale, between Hindlow and 
the Dove, Barker. 


T. tortuosum Dixon. Mollia Schrank. Barbula W. & M. 
Rocks and walls, especially on limestone. Frequent. 
First record, Engl. Bot., 1807. 


TORTULACES. ENCALYPTACE, 377 


L. Frequent on rocks and walls on the limestone, N.D.M. Ashford, with 
fruit, Nield and Ashton in N.D.M. Buxton, with sete, Wilson (1831); ib. Ley 
(1869). Matlock Bath, Armitage. Dovedale, Purchas. Bradwell; Cressbrook ; 
Cales, Back, and Horseshoe Dales, Barker. 


Gl. Stirrup Wood, Natt. Shallcross Plane, Bonsall Plane, Fernilee, 
Barker. 


G2. Walls at Baslow. 

P. Cresswell Crags; Markland Grips; Belph Moor; Scarcliffe Park; 
Pleasley Park. 
Var. angustifolium (Juratz). Braithwaite, 1887. 

L. The Winnatts, Rogers (1881) in Braithw. 
Var. fragilifolium Dixon. 


L. Great Rocks Dale, Buxton. 


PLEUROCH ANTE Lind. 
P. squarrosa Lind). Barbula Brid. 


Limestone slopes, among rocks. Rare. 

First record, The Natwralist, 1880. 

L. Lathkil Dale, Whitehead (1882) in Braithw. 
P. Cresswell Crags (named by C. H. Binstead). 


CINCLIDOTUS P. Beaw. 
C. fontinaloides P. Beaw. Hypnun Lam. 


Stones in mountain streams. Frequent. 

First record, Buxton’s B.G., 1849. 

L. On stones in R. Wye at Chee Dale and Miller’s Dale; on stones in R. 
Dove in Dovedale, N.D.M. Matlock Bath, Gem of the Peak. Monsal Dale, 
Armitage. Lathkil Dale; Cressbrook; Monk’s Dale, Barker. Deep Dale. 

Gl. Rocks and stones in R. Goyt, near Marple Aqueduct, Buxton. 

G2, By R. Derwent, between Matlock and Darley.. 


X. ENCALYPTACEA 
ENCALYPTA Schicd. 


BH. vulgaris Hedw. Leersia exstinctoria Leyss. 


Rocks and banks, especially on limestone. Frequent. 

First records, Bloram MS., 1833; Garner, 1844. 

L. Hartington; Dovedale, N.D.M. Thorpe Cloud, Garner. Miller’s Dale, 
Ley. Near Parwich, Barker. MHartle Dale, Bradwell; Lathkil Dale; Duke’s 
Drive, Buxton. 

G2, Walls, Grindleford, towards Eyam. 


378 ENCALYPTACES. ORTHOTRICHACE®, 


P. Cresswell Crags; Belph Moor; Scarcliffe Park. 
Tl. Snelston lime quarries. 
T3. Calke Abbey, Bloram. Repton, Painter, Natt. 


Var, pilifera (Funck). Wilson, Bry. Brit., 18655. 
L. Youlgreave; Buxton, Wilson. Bradwell; near Taddington, Barker. 


Var. obtusifolia (Funck). Wilson, Bry. Brit., 1855. 


L. Youlgreave, Wilson. Dovedale, Painter, Natt. Ashwood Dale, and 
Duke’s Drive, and near Harper Hill; Great Rocks Dale; Monk’s Dale, Barker. 


H. streptocarpa Hedw. Leersia contorta Lindb. Encalypta Hoppe. 


Walls, rocks, banks, mostly on limestone, Frequent. 

First record, Hook. Brit. Fl., 1833. 

L. Rather abundant on the limestone, N.D.M. lUathkil Dale, fruiting in 
1832, Bowman in Natt. (1887). Matlock, Wilson in Braithw. Cromford, Hb. 
Mason. Dovedale, N.H. Tutb. Castleton, Carr. Lover’s Leap; Cressbrook ; 
near Monyash; Horseshoe and Back Dales, Barker. Buxton; Hartle Dale, 
Bradwell. 

Gl. Common on wall tops where the top course is set with lime mortar, 
e.g., Little Hayfield, Fernilee, Barker. Mellor; Kinderscout, Nat!. Walls at Bank 
Hall, Chapel. 

P. Cresswell Crags; Scarcliffe Park; by roadside near Stony Houghton ; 
Belph Moor. 

Tl. Snelston lime quarries. 


XI. ORTHOTRICHACEA. 
ZYGODON Hook. § Tay’. 


Z. Mougeotii 2B. § 8S. Amphoridiun Schimp. Anectangiwn Lindb. 


Damp rocks. Rather rare. 

First record, N.D.M., 1894. 

L. Ashwood Dale, N.D.M. 

Gl. Near Woodhead; Stenior Clough; Kinderscout, N.D.M. Edale Head, 
Ley (1881). Grinds Brook, Edale, Barker. 


7. viridissimus Brown. Brywn Dicks. 

On trees or rocks. Frequent. 

First record, N.D.M., 1894. 

L. On trees in Monsal Dale, Holt in N.D.M. Matlock, N.D.M, Abundant 
on limestone near Buxton, Ley. Chee Dale; Monk’s Dale; Dovedale, Barker. 
Via Gellia. 

Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith, N.D.M. Tree, roadside north end of Combes 
Reservoir. 


ORTHOTRICHACES. 379 


G2. Bechagg Wood, Froggatt. 
Var. rupestris Lindb. The Naturalist, 1881. 

L. Limestone rocks at Castleton; Miller’s Dale, Holt, Natt. Grin Wood, 
Buxton, Barker. 


Z. Stirtoni Schimp. 


Rocks, walls. Rare. 

First record, Braithwaite, 1889. 

L. Buxton, Hunt (1867) in Braithw. Chee Tor; Monk’s Dale, Holt in 
Braithw. Near Lover’s Leap, Barker. 


ULOTA Jahr. 


U. Drummondii Prid. Orthotrichum Hook. Jeissia Lindb. 


Young trees on mountains. Very rare. 
First record, N.D.M., 1894. 
Gl. On trees near Whaley Bridge, Scholefield in N.D.M. 


U. Bruchii Hornsch. Weissia Lindb. 


Trees or rocks. Rare. 

First record, N.D.M., 1894. 

L. On trees, Monsal Dale, Holt in N.D.M. Dovedale ; Castleton, Barker 
im N.D.M. Via Gellia. 


U. crispa Brid. Orthotrichum Hedw. Weissia Ehrh. 


On trees in damp shady places. Rare. 
First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Dovedale, Garner. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. 


ORTHOTRICHUM Hea. 


O. anomalum Hedw., var. saxatile Milde. Var. cylindricum Schimp. 


Limestone rocks and walls. Frequent. 

First record, V.H. Tutb., 1863. 

L. Frequent in the Buxton district, Braithw. Castleton, Holt in Braithw. 
Dovedale, Purchas. Monk’s Dale ; Cressbrook ; near Monyash ; Taddington 
Dale ; Horseshoe Dale, Barker. Via Gellia, Armitage. Ashford ; Harborough 
Rock ; walls, Kniveton. 

Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Holt in Braithw. Near Bonsall Plane, Fernilee, 
Barker, Wall of road, Edale. 

G2. Near the Station, Cromford; walls, Grindleford. 

P. Cresswell Crags; Pleasley Park; Upper Langwith. 

Tl. Snelston lime quarries; near the waterwheel, Shirley Park. 

T3. Repton, Rept. F. dé F. Calke, Bloram. Swarkeston Bridge. 


380 ORTHOTRICHACER. 


O. cupulatum Hoffin. 


Walls, rocks, especially on limestone. Frequent. 

First record, N.D,M., 1894. 

L. Dovedale, Ley. Chee Dale; Ashford; Taddington Dale; Monk’s Dale; 
Bradwell; near Hindlow, Barker. Cromford, Hb. Mason. Between the Winnatts 
and Perryfoot. 

Gl. Chapel, Barker. 

P. Pleasley Park; Scarcliffe Park; Cresswell Crags; Markland Grips. 


Var. nudum Braithw. Braithwaite, 1889. 


L. Miller’s Dale; Monsal Dale, Holt (1884) in Braithw. Chee Dale, 
N.D.M. Cromford, Hb. Mason. Dovedale, Bindley. Deep Dale; between 
Brough and Bradwell; Harborough Rock; by Scow Brook, near Hognaston. 

G1. On limestone at Combes Reservoir, and above it by the railway. 

Tl. Snelston lime quarries. 


O. leiocarpum #. § 8S. 0. striatun Hedw. 


On trees. Rare. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Between Ashbourne and Thorpe, Garner. 
Tl. Kirk Langley, Bindley. 

T3. Calke, Bloxam. 


O. Lyellii Hook. § Tay. 

On trees. Rare. 

First records, Eng. Bot. Supplt., 1843; Garner, 1844. 

L. On a tree, Ashwood Dale, N.D.M. Thorpe, Garner. Between Alport 
and Bakewell, roadside near Haddon Hall, Barker. 

G2. Stanton Park, Oct., 1833, Suwpplt., H.B. 


O. affine Schrad. 


On trees, wood, and walls. Frequent. 

First record, Blozram MS., 1833. 

L. On trees, Topley Pike, N.D.M. Very scarce near Buxton, on hawthorn 
stems, Ashwood Dale, Ley. Burbage; near Parwich, Barker. Dovedale, 
Bindley. On trees by the roadside near Fenny Bentley; Via Gellia; Scow 
Brook, near Hognaston. 

Gl. On walls, Chapel-en-le-Frith; near Whaley Bridge, V.D.M. North 
end of Combes Reservoir, Barker. Near Clough Farm, Edale, 

G2. Froggatt. 

Tl. Mickleover; Dalbury, Bindley. On trees by the brook in Shirley 
Park; by the brook east of Alkmonton; by Bradley Brook; Edlaston Coppy, 
on elders. 

T3. Calke, Bloxam. 


ORTHOTRICHACES. SCHISTOSTEGACE®, 381 


Var. rivale Wils. Braithwaite, 1889. 

L. By R. Wye, Chee Dale, Whitehead (1878) in Braithw.  Miller’s Dale, 
Holt in Braithw. Monsal Dale, N.D.M. Monk’s Dale, Barker. 

Tl. Brailsford Brook, below Culland. 


O. rivulare Turn. 
On rocks and roots of trees by streams. Rare. 
First record, Braithwaite, 1889. 
L. R. Wye, Chee Dale, Whitehead (1878) in Braithw. 


O. Sprucei Mont. 
On trees by streams. Rare. 
First record, London Journ. Bot., No. 40, 1845. 
L. On trees by the Derwent, Matlock, Spruce in Lond. J.B. 


O. stramineum Hornsch. 

On trees in sub-alpine districts. Rare. 

First record, Braithwaite, 1889. 

L. Matlock Bridge, Spruce (1884) zm Braithw. Monsal Dale, Holt in 
Braithw. 


O. tenellum Bruch. 
On trees. Rare. 
First record, London Journ. Bot., No. 40, 1845. 
L. Matlock Bridge, Spruce in Lond. J.B. 


O. diaphanum Sehrad. 

On trees, posts. Frequent. 

First record, Bloxam MS., 1833. 

L. Miller’s Dale; Matlock Bath, N.D.M. Cromford, Hb. Mason. Dowel 
Dale, near Hindlow; between Sandybrook and Thorpe; near Kniveton ; between 
Duke’s Drive and Harper Hill. 

Gl. Fernilee, N.D.M. Chapel; near Combes, and north end of Reservoir. 

P. Between Belph Moor and Cresswell Crags; Upper Langwith ; Scarcliffe 
Park; Pleasley Park; Markland Grips; on a roof at Whitwell. 

Tl. Mickleover; Findern, Painter, Natt. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. 


XIl. SCHISTOSTEGACEA. 
SCHISTOSTEGA Mohr. 


S. osmundacea Mohr. Mniun Dicks, 

Damp crevices of sand rocks. Rather rare, 

First record, Hook. Br. Fl., 1838. 

Gl. Charlesworth; New Mills, Natt (Whitehead). Stirrup Wood, Buxton. 

G2. Entrance of subterranean gallery in Rowtor Rocks, Birchover, Bowman 
in Br. Fl. Between Rowsley and Stanton, Ley. Cratcliffe Tor, near Youlgreave, 
Pullingerin N.D.M, Robin Hood’s Stride, 

T3. Stone quarry, Repton Rocks, Hb. Mason. 


382 SPLACHNACER. FUNARIACER. 


XII. SPLACHNACEA. 
SPLACHNUM 1. 


S. sphaericum J. fil. S. pedunculatum and v. sphacricun Braithw. 

On dung on sub-alpine moorland. Rare. 

First record, Garner, 1844. 

Gl. On dung upon the heath on the summit of Axe Edge, Garner. 
Kinderscout, Natt. Abundantly on the west side of Axe Edge, near Reeve-edge 
Quarry; William Clough; under Cuckoo Tors, near Hogshaw Reservoir, Buxton. 


XIV. FUNARIACEA. 


DISCELIUM  Brid. 
D. nudum Brid. Brywn Dicks. 
Clay banks. Rare. 
First record, N.D.M., 1894. 


Gl. Clay banks, Charlesworth, V.D.4f. Combes Reservoir, Chapel; north 
slopes of Combes Moss; R. Goyt, near the source, Barker. 


EPHEMERUM Hanpe. 
BE. serratum Hampe. Phascum Schreb. 
Bare soil, fallows. Not uncommon, 
First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 
Gl. Near Stirrup Wood, Natt. Hedgebank, Charlesworth, N.D.M. 
Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Shirley; fields by Bradley Brook, near 


the Hollies Farm; Hollington, Longford; between Mercaston and Cross 0’ th’ 
hands. 


PHYSCOMITRELLA BP. § S¥. 
P. patens B. ¢ 8. Phascun Hedw. 
On clay margins of pools, fields. Rare. 
First record, The Naturalist, 1889. 
Gl. Combes Reservoir, near the north end, Chapel, Barker in Natt. 
G2. By brook between Youlgreave and Cratcliffe Woods, Barker. 
Var. Lucasiana Schimp. Braithwaite 1890. 
Gl. Very abundant on the clay, Combes Reservoir, Chapel, Barker (1887). 


PHYSCOMITRIUM rid. 
P. sphaericum Brid. Gymnostomun Ludw. 


Dry mud of pools. Very rare. 
First record, N.D.M., 1894. 
Gl. Combes Reservoir, Chapel, Barker in N.D.M. 


FUNARIACESS. MEESIACE. 383 


P. pyriforme Brid. Brywn L. Gymnostomun Hedw. + 


Bare soil, banks, mud heaps. Frequent. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Mud of a pond at Buxton, Ley. Near Thorpe Cloud Station, Barker. 
Near Monyash; Great Rocks Dale; by stream north of Diamond Hill, Buxton. 

Gl. Near Stirrup Wood, Natt. Charlesworth; Chapel-en-le-Frith, N.D.M. 
Combes Reservoir; Ritchie’s field, Overlea, Barker. 

‘P. Clowne; between Belph Moor and Cresswell Crags; Pleasley Park; 
by Whitwell Wood. 

Tl. Foston Mill, Hb. Mason. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Between Mer- 
caston and Cross o’ th’ hands; Quarndon Common; by a pool west of 
Radbourn; between Longford Park and Church Broughton; Cupiss Lane, near 
Brailsford; fallows, Yeldersley; Shirley; Thurvaston, by Marston Montgomery. 

T2. Canalside near Spondon. 

T3. Calke, Blocam. Winshill, Hb. Mason. Newhall, N.H. Tutb. Spurs 
Bottom, Repton, Painter, Natt, 


FUNARIA Schreb. 


F. calearea Wahi. F. Muhlenbergii Turn. 


Limestone rocks. Frequent. 

First record, Wilson, Bry. Brit., 1855. (F. hibernica). 

L. Matlock ; Miller’s Dale, Wilson in Braithw. Castleton ; Wormhill ; 
Taddington Dale, N.D.M. Cromford, Hb. Mason Deep Dale ; Monk’s Dale ; 
Dovedale, and Mill Dale, Ley (1870). Cales:Dale; Great Rocks Dale; Duke’s 
Drive, Barker. Monsal Dale; Hartle Dale, Bradwell ; Monyash. 


F. hygrometrica Siith. Mnium L. 


Common on banks, walls, waste ground, especially when charred by fire. 
First record, Blozxam MS., 1833. 


Var. calvescens B. & S. 


G1. Above Combes Reservoir, near the railway, Barker. 


XV. MEESIACEA. 
AMBLYODON P. Beaw. 


A. dealbatus P. Beaw. Bryum Dicks. 


Wet places on mountains. Very rare. 
First record, The Flora. 
L. Dovedale, Barker (1901). 


384 MEESIACE®, BARTRAMIACE. 


AULACOMNIUM $$ Scehwaegr. 


A. palustre Sehwacgr. Gymnocybe Fr. Mniwn L. 


Bogs, swamps. Frequent. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

G1. Charlesworth Coombs ; Kinderscout, Nat#. Combes Moss, N.D.M. 
Marsh south of Ladder Hill, Chapel; between Buxton and Hrrwood, Barker. 
Whatford Wood, Buxton, Ley. Under Cuckoo Tors, near Hogshaw Reservoir. 

G2. Burbage Brook ; Hall Dale, Rowsley ; Darley Dale ; Dethick Common. 

T1. Quarndon Wood, Hb. Mason. By Black Brook, Mugginton ; Hulland 
Moss. 

T3. Calke, Blozam. Repton Rocks, Hb. Mason. 

Var. laxifoliun Kdb. 
Gl. Grinds Brook, Edale, a form near this, Barker. 


A. androgynum Sechwaegr. Orthopyxis P. Beauv. Mniwn L. 


Banks, rotten wood. Frequent, except in the north of the county. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

L. Meadow Place Wood, Youlgreave, Ley (1877). Via Gellia, Armitage. 
Parkhouse Hill, Barker. 

G1. North end of Combes Reservoir, Barker. 

G2, Quarry between Little Haton and Duffield. 

C. By pond, Dale Moor; roadside, Stanley. 

T1. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Etwall; Hilton, Bindley. Shirley; road- 
side east of Mercaston; between Radbourn and Etwall; Dalbury Lees; Cross 
o’ th’ hands, Hulland Ward. 

T3. Stapenhill; Willington, Hb. Mason. Brizlincote, N.H. Tutb. North 
side of Robin Wood, near Stanton; Melbourne; roadside east of Bretby Park. 


XVII. BARTRAMIACEA. 
BARTRAMIA JHedw. 


B. Oederi Sw. Bryum Gunn. Bartramia gracilis Floerke. 


Limestone rocks. Frequent. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1887. 

L. Near Buxton, Wilson (1831) in Natt. Limestone rocks, Castleton, 
N.D.M. Lover’s Leap; Dovedale, Ley. Conies Dale; Cales Dale; Via Gellia, 
Barker. WHartle Dale, Bradwell; Lathkil Dale, near Monyash; Great Rocks 
Dale. 


B. pomiformis Hedw. Brywn L. 


Sandy banks, among rocks. Frequent. 
First record, N.H. Tutb., 1868. 


BARTRAMIACE. 385 


Gl. Stirrup Wood; Charlesworth Coombs; Kinderscout, Natt. Goyt’s 
Bridge, Ley. Elnor Lane, near Horwich End, Fernilee, Barker. 

C. Bank of road, Dale Moor. 

Tl. Etwall, Bindley. Shirley, lane near the Vicarage; Edlaston; abun- 
dant in Bradley Wood; between Mercaston and Cross o’ th’ hands; on tree 
stem by brook below Hulland Hall; roadside near Quarndon Common; Slack 
Lane, Brailsford ; roadside, Ashbourne Hill; Hilton Common. 

T3. Bank between Stapenhill and Drakelow, Hb. Mason. Egginton 
Repton, Painter, Natt. Anchor Church, Bindley. 


PHILONOTIS Brid. 


P. fontana Brid. Mniun L. 

Bogs, swamps, mountain rivulets. Frequent, 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

L. Dovedale, N.H. Tutb. 

Gl. Kinderscout, Nat'. Charlesworth Coombs; Fernilee; Castleton, N.D.M. 
Edale Head, Ley. Goyt’s Clough; MHogshaw Brook, Buxton; MHollinworth 
Clough; Combes; Chapel, Barker. Ollerbrook and Grinds Brook, Edale. 

G2. Near Higgar Tor, Hathersage; Bar Brook, Baslow. 

Tl. Cupiss Lane, Brailsford; bog below Bradley Wood; Shirley Park; 
Hulland Moss. 

T3. Repton Rocks, Hb. Mason. 


P. adpressa fry. 
Mountain rills and wet places. Rare. 
First record, The Flora. 
Gl. Near Whitehall, between Buxton and Whaley, Barker. 


P. calcarea Schimp. Bartramia B. & 8S. 


Bogs, especially in limestone. Rare. 

First record, The Natwralist, 1886. ; 

L. Chee Dale, male plants, V.D.M. Monk’s Dale, Ley (1881). In rivulet 
running into Great Rocks Dale. 

Gl. Kinderscout, male plants, Nat‘, Moor near ‘“‘ Surprise View,” Hather- 
sage, Carr. Grinds Brook, Edale, Barker. 


BREUTELIA  Schimp. 


B. arcuata Schimp. Mnium Dicks. B. chrysocoma Lindb. 


Damp mountain rocks. Rare. 

First record, Garner, 1844, 

L. Chee Dale, V.D.M. Ravensdale, Ley (1881). Dovedale, Pwrchas. 
Deep Dale and Horseshoe Dale, near Buxton. 

Gl. Kinderscout, Natt. (Whitehead). 

BB 


386 BRYACES. 


XVIII. BRYACEA. 
LEPTOBRYUM Wiis. 


L. pyriforme Wiis. Mniwn L. 


Damp limestone or sandstone rocks, old quarries. Rather rare. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

L. Shady limestone rocks, Castleton, V.D.M. Dove Holes, Dovedale, 
Barker. 

G2. In old quarry between Little Eaton and Brackley Gate. 

Tl. Stonework, Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Bog below Bradley Wood. 

T3. Newton Lane, Hb. Mason. 


WHBEHRA Hed. 


[W. polymorpha Scehimnp. 


Gl. Kinderscout, Natt. 
This was an error. | 


W. cruda Schwaegr. Pohlia Lindb. Brywn L. 


Mountain rocks. Rather rare. 

First record, V.D.M., 1894. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Holt in N.D.M. Castleton, N.D.M. Ravensdale; Green- 
sides, near Hollins Clough, with fruit, Ley (1881). Great Rocks Dale; Duke’s 
Drive; Cales Dale; Back Dale ; Dovedale, Barker. Kirkdale, Ashford; Hartle 
Dale, Bradwell; north side of Harper Hill. 


-~W. nutans Hedw. Pohlia Lindb. Brynn Schreb. 


Moors, rocks, woods. Common. 

First record, Eng. Bot., 1804. 

Gl. Axe Edge, Garner. Ernocroft, Nutt. Fernilee, Barker, Ollerbrook, 
Edale ; Grinah Stones, Bleaklow Hill; Stanage Edge ; William Clough ; Hull 
End, and Cowburn, Chapel. 

G2. Whatstandwell, Armitage. About rocks on Cromford Moor, H.B.. 
Bar Brook, Baslow; Hall Dale, Rowsley; Harland Edge, Beeley; Dethick 
Common. 

C. Calow, near Chesterfield. 

P. Scarcliffe Park. 

Tl. Mickleover ; Etwall, Bindley. Shirley ; Wyaston ; by Cubley Brook ;. 
Bradley Wood ; Dalbury Lees ; Quarndon Common ; Hulland Moss, 

T3. Moist railway bank, Gresley ; Repton Rocks, Hb. Mason. 


Var. longisecta B. & S 


Gl. Marsh south of Ladder Hill, Chapel, Barker. Quarries at Hogshaw- 
Reservoir, Buxton. 
G2. Harland Edge, Beeley. 


BRYACE. 387 


Var. bicolor Schimp. 
Tl. Shirley Park. 


Var. caespitosa B. & S. 
G1. Combes; Chapel-en-le-Frith, Barker. 


[W. cucullata Bruch. 


N.D.M, (Whitehead), 1894, was an error, the plant being a form of 
W. nutans in the opinion of Messrs. Barker and Dixon. See Naturalist, 1902, 
131.] 


W. annotina Schwacgr. Pohlia Lindb. Mniwn L. 


Sandy places, lanesides, paths in woods, among rocks. Frequent. 

First record, The Natwralist, 1886. 

L. Quarry north side of Harper Hill. 

Gl. Kinderscout; Charlesworth Coombs, Natt. On old roads, Chapel; 
Hollinworth Clough, Barker. Brook above Wash, Chapel; and south side of 
Combes Reservoir; Edale; R. Westend. 

G2. Burbage Brook, Barker. 

Tl. Shirley Park; quarry between Mugginton and Cross o’ th’ hands; 
laneside between Old Yeldersley and Hollies Farm; between Brailsford and 
Brailsford Park. 

T2. Canal-side near Spondon. 

T3. Ticknall, Painter, Natt. 


Var. proligera Correns. Var. tenuifolia Schimp. 


Gl. William Clough; Fernilee; Cowburn; Chapel, beyond Wash, and in 
many other places, Barker. 


Var. erecta Correns. W. Rothii Limpr. 
Gl. William Clough; Chapel; Fernilee, Barker. 


Tl. By Hulland Moss. 
Var. annotina Hedw. emend. 


Gl. Damp ditchsides, Lanehead Farm, Fernilee; brook above Combes 
Reservoir, Barker. 


Var. dulbifera Correns. 

Gl. Wet ditch, old road, south end of wood above Lanehead Farm, 
Fernilee; roadside, Cadster, Chapel, Barker. 

Tl. By Hulland Moss. 
Var. angustifolia Schimp. Probably a form of v. proligera. 

Gl. Castleton, West in N.D.M. 


B88 BRYACER. 


W. carnea Schimp. Pohlia Lindb. Bryum L. 


Clay banks, often by streams, Frequent. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Cales Dale; Thorpe Cloud Station, w. fr; Chee Dale, Barker. 

Gl. Clay banks at Charlesworth, N.D.M. Stirrup Wood, Natt. Fernilee, 
Chapel ; wet place above Combes Reservoir, Barker. 

C. Near Calow Green, Chesterfie'd. 

Tl. Damp railway bank, Mickleover, Painter, Nat‘. By Osmaston Ponds ; 
by brook east of Alkmonton ; Brailsford Brook ; Marston Brook ; Bradley Brook ; 
Hulland Moss. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Pistern Hill, Purchas. Railway near Drakelow, Hb. 
Mason. 


W. albicans Schimp. Pohlia Lindb. Brywn Wahl. 


Clay banks by steams. Frequent. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

L. Dale End, above Dovedale, with fruit, Ley (1879). Cressbrook ; Deep 
Dale ; Taddington, Barker. Lathkil Dale; Great Shacklow Wood, Ashford ; 
Conies Dale ; Hartle Dale, Bradwell. 

Gl. Charlesworth, Natt, Banks at Castleton ; Stenior Clough ; Stirrup 
Wood ; Kinderscout, N.D.M. Hollinworth Clough; Fernilee ; near Hogshaw 
Reservoir ; Combes ; railway near Cadster, and beyond Wash, Chapel, Barker. 
Ollerbrook, and Crowden Brook, Edale ; Ashop Clough, with fruit. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Shirley Park and Brook, with fruit ; near 
Brailsford Brook ; Quarndon Common ; Bradley Brook ; Thurvaston, near 
Marston Montgomery ; copse east of Alkmonton. 

T3. Repton Rocks, Hb. Muson. 


PLAGIOBRYUM Lindo. 
P. Zierii Lindd. Brywn Dicks. Zieria julacea Schimp. 


Damp clefts of rocks, especially limestone. Rather rare. 

First record, Manch. Crypt. Soc., 1879. 

L. Cressbrook, Manch. Crypt. Soc. (Holt). Cave Dale, Castleton, West in 
N.D.M. Cales Dale ; Duke’s Drive, and Ashwood Dale, Barker. Monsal Dale ; 
Hartle Dale, Bradwell. j 


BRYUM Di/i. 
B. filiforme Dicks. B. julacewn Sm. 


Rocks in mountain streams. Rare. 
First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 
Gl. Edale, Holt in N.D.M. Kinderscout, Fl. Ashton. 


B. pendulum Schimp. Ptychostomun Hornsch. B. ecernunm B. & 8S. 


Walls, dry slopes. Not uncommon. 
First record, N.H. Tuwtb., 1863. 


BRYACE®. 889 


L. Bradwell; near Cressbrook Mill; Cales Dale; Horseshoe Dale; Ash- 
ford; Dovedale; Ashwood Dale, Barker. Walls, Castleton, Dixon in M.E.C. 
Rep. for 1900. Lathkil Dale. 

Gl. Wall near Chapel-en-le-Frith, N.D.M. Mellor, Natt, Goyt’s Clough; 
Barren Clough, Bugsworth; Fernilee, Barker. 

T3. Repton Rocks; Foremark, N.H. Tutb. 


B. inclinatum Bland. Pohlia Sw. 


Walls, dry places. Frequent. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

L. Wall in Miller’s Dale, N.D.M. Bradwell; Cales Dale; Lathkil Dale; 
Ashwood Dale; Great Rocks Dale; Horseshoe Dale; Monk’s Dale, Barker. 
Dovedale, Bindley. Rocks above Cressbrook Mill. 

Gl. Mellor, Natt. Shallcross Plane, and near brook above Shallcross 
Farm, and old railway, Fernilee; Barren Clough, Bugsworth, Barker. On 
railway bridge, going towards Wash, Chapel. 

G2. Cromford. 

P. Markland Grips, Clowne. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. 

T3. Wall at Melbourne. 


B. uliginosum B. § 8S. Cladodium Brid.  Didymodon cernuus Sw. Brywn 
Lindb. 


Bogs, or wet sand. Rare. 
First record, The Flora. 
Gl. Near Buxton, Barker (1898). 


B. pallens sw. 


Wet places, streamsides. Frequent, 

First record, Purchas, 1862. 

L. Ashwood Dale; Miller’s Dale; Monsal Dale; Matlock, N.D.M. Via Gellia, 
Ley (1887). Dovedale, Purchas. Castleton, Carr. Cales Dale; Horseshoe Dale, 
Barker, Near Chrome Hill; on the south-east side of Youlgreave ; Kniveton Brook. 

Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith, N.D.M. Edale; Combes; Fernilee, Barker, Fair- 
brook, Woodlands ; William Clough; Hogshaw Quarry, near Buxton, 

G2. Cromford Moor, Armitage. Burbage Brook; Grindleford. 

P. Steetley Quarry; Belph Moor. 


Tl. By Bradley Brook; Shirley Park; Black Brook, Mugginton; Hulland 
Moss. 


T3. Willington, Painter, Natt. 


B. bimum Scireb. 
Bogs, marshes. Rare. 
First record, Painter, Natt., 1901. 
G1. Shallcross Plane, Horwich End, Fernilee, Barker. 
P, Damp Quarry near Springfield Farm, Whitwell. 


390 BRYACE®. 


Tl. Boggy place, Findern, Painter, Natt. Boggy ground below Bradley 
Park Farm, near Bradley Brook; by Brailsford Brook, below Edlaston; Hulland 
Moss; between Shirley Park and Mill. . 


B. pseudotriquetrum Schwaegr. Mninn Hedw.  B. ventricoswn Dicks. 


Bogs, streamsides, mostly on mountains, Frequent. 

First record, Buxton’s B.G., 1849. 

L. Monk’s Dale, Ley (1881). Dovedale, Purchas. Castleton, Carr. 
Miller’s Dale, Barker. 

G1. Near Woodhead, male plant; Charlesworth, N.D.M. Stirrup Wood, 
Buxton. Kinderscout, Natt. Hollinworth Clough; Fernilee; Chapel, Barker. 
William Clough; Roych Clough; Grinds Brook, Edale; between Axe Edge and 
Buxton. 

G2. Moor near “Surprise View,” Hathersage, Carr. Padley Wood, 
Grindleford. 


B. pallescens Sch/eich. 


Rocks, walls, boggy places. Rather rare. 

First record, Braithwaite, 1892. 

L. Monsal Dale, Holt (1879) in Braithw. Bradwell, Snelgrove. Buxton, 
Bindley. Youlgreave, by the pathway towards Cratcliffe Wood, 

P. In a small quarry at Clowne. 

Tl. Bog below Bradley Wood. 


B. affine Lindb. Webera Bruch. 


Damp rocks and walls. Rare. 

First record, Braithwaite, 1892. 

L. or Gl. Buxton, Hunt (1871) in Braithw. 

G1. Combes Moss; on the railway bridge at Cadster, and in a quarry 
near, Barker. 

“This species is more like B. intermedium than B. pallescens, the leaf 
border being stronger than that of the former, and the capsule different,” 
Barker. 


B. intermedium 2rid. 

Damp places, by walls. Rare. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

L. Walls, Miller’s Dale, N.D.M. 

Gl. Charlesworth Coombs, Natt. Shallcross Plane, Horwich End, Fernilee 
quarry at Lightwood Reservoirs, Barker. 

13. Stapenhill; Repton Rocks, N.H. Tutb. Newton Solney, Painter, Natt. 


B. caespiticium /. 


Walls, rocks, dry slopes. Common. 
First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 


BRYACER. 391 


L. Walls near Tideswell and Bakewell, N.D.M. Bradwell; near Monyash ; 
Stony Middleton; Dovedale, Barker. Brassington Rocks, and walls near; 
Kniveton. 

Gl. Lady Bower, Ashopton; Goyt’s Clough; Barren Clough, Bugsworth 
beyond Wash, Chapel; Fernilee, Barker. Chapel-en-le-Frith. 

P. Upper Langwith; Steetley Quarry. 

Tl. Mickleover; Derby, Painter, Natt. By Bradley Brook. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Ticknall, Purchas. Ingleby, Painter, Nat. 


Var. imdricatum B, & S. 


L. Doveholes; Buxton, Barker. 
Gl. Near Buxton; Whaley Bridge, Barker. 
P. On a roof at Whitwell. 


B. capillare /. 


Walls, rocks, woods. Common. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Cromford, Hb. Mason. Matlock Bath, Armitage. Castleton, Carr. 
Near Cressbrook; Monyash; Horseshoe Dale; near Taddington; Dovedale, 
Barker. Haddon, Bindley. Brough, Bradwell; Chee Tor; R. Dove, by 
Chrome Hill. 

Gl. Charlesworth; Mellor, Nat‘. Fernilee; Chapel, Barker. Frequent on 
walls, N.D.M. 

G2. Duffield, Painter, Natt. Whatstandwell. 

P. Markland Grips; Cresswell Crags; Clowne; Belph Moor; Scarcliffe 
Park. 

Tl. Mickleover; Quarndon, Pasnter, Natt. Burnaston; Etwall; Mark- 
eaton, Bindley. Blackwall; Lower Thurvaston, Longford; Shirley Park ; 
Snelston lime quarries; Cubley Brook; Wyaston; Radbourn. 

T3. Calke, Bloxam. Knowl Hills ; Repton, Painter, Natt. Anchor 
Church, Bindley. 


Var. macrocarpum Hueben. 


L. Wall at Castleton, N.D.M. Dovedale. 
P. Scarcliffe Park. 
Tl. Snelston lime quarries. 


Var. Ferchelii B. & S. 
L. Neighbourhood of Buxton, new to England, Barker in V.D.M. 


B. erythrocarpum Schiwaegr. B. sanguinewn Brid. 

Dry ground, banks, among rocks, Rare. 

First record, The Flora, 

L. Bradwell ; Horseshoe Dale ; near Taddington, Barker. Brassington 
Rocks ? 

Gl. Barren Clough, Bugsworth ; roadside near Cadster, Chapel, Barker. 


392 BRYACE. 


B. bicolor Dicks. B. atropurpurewon W. & M. 

Banks, roadsides. Not uncommon. 

First record, N.D.M., 1894. 

L. Ashwood Dale, N.D.M. Dovedale; Horseshoe Dale; Ashford; near 
Taddington, Barker. Between Hopton and Wirksworth; between Fenny 
Bentley and Ashbourne. 

Gl. Srigley’s Quarry, with fruit; quarry at old toll-bar; old road, 
Lanehead Farm to Wythen Lache; roadsides in Fernilee and Chapel, in many 
places ; Lightwood Road, Buxton, Barker. 

G2. Darley Moor, Matlock. 

P. Clowne ; Steetley Quarry. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. 

T3. Willington, Painter, Natt. 


Var. gracilentun Tay). 
Gl. Near Castleton, West in N.D.M. 


B. murale /Vii/s. 

Wall tops. Rare. 

First record, Ley MS., 1898. 

L. Wall top at Cressbrook Mills (teste H. Boswell), Ley (1877). 

Gl. Along the railway between Horwich End and Combes, in several 
places ; Overlea, Fernilee, Barker. 


B. argenteum lL. 
Waste ground, roadsides, paths, wall tops. Common. 
First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 
Generally distributed and abundant in every situation. 


Var. lanatun B. & 8S. 
G2. On tree trunk by R. Derwent between Matlock and Darley; wall top, 
Hathersage road, Grindleford. 


B. roseum Schirch. Mniun Weiss. B. proliferun Sibth. 

Sandy banks, limestone dales. Rather rare. 

First record, N.D.M., 1894. 

L. Cressbrook, Holt in N.D.M. Chee Dale; Castleton, N.D.M. Above 
Lover’s Leap, Barker. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood, Charlesworth, N.D.M. 

Tl. Ashbourne, Hb. Mason. 

T3. Knowl Hills, Hb. Mason. 


MNIUM /. 


M. affine Bland. M. cuspidatum Neck. WM. serpyllifoliun B cuspidatum L. 
Woods, dales. Frequent. 
First record, N.D.M., 1894. 


BRYACEX. 398 


L. Monsal Dale; Matlock, N.D.M. Hartle Dale, Bradwell. 

Gl. Corbar Hill, Buxton, 

Tl. By Wyaston Brook; Shirley Park; by bBrailsford Brook, below 
Ednaston. 


Var. clatum B. & S. M. Seligeri Jur. 


L. Monk’s Dale; Fairfield Common, Barker. 

G1. Above Combes Reservoir ; Hogshaw Brook; Wildmoor, Clough, Barker. 
G2. By path to Cratcliffe Tor, Barker. 

Tl. Between Shirley Park and Mill. 


Var. rugicun B. & S. 
L. Monsal Dale, Holt in N.D.M. 


M. cuspidatum Hedw. M. silvaticwn Lindb. 


Woods, rocks. Frequent. 

First record, N.D.M., 1894. 

L. Chee Dale; Matlock, N.D.M. Cales Dale; Horseshoe Dale; Monk’s 
Dale, Barker. Matlock Bath. 

Gl. Near Buxton; Fernilee, Barker. Edale. 

P. Pleasley Park. 

T2. By a pool near Trent station. 

T3. Anchor Church, Painter, Natt. 


M. rostratum Schrad. 


Rocks, banks. Frequent. 

First record, Buaton’s B.G., 1849. 

L.  lLover’s Leap, Ashwood Dale, V.D.\. Matlock Bath, Armitage. 
Castleton; Cales Dale; Horseshoe Dale; Great Rocks Dale, Barker. Dovedale, 
Purchas. By Diamond Hill, Buxton; Hartle Dale, Bradwell. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood; Whitebottom Wood; Charlesworth, Natt. Right bank 
of Goyt below Marple Aqueduct, not unfrequent, Buxton. Chapel; Combes 
Reservoir; Fernilee, Shallcross Plane, Barker. Brook below Nithen End, 
Buxton. 

C. Near Calow Green, Chesterfield. 

P. Markland Grips, Clowne. 

Tl. By Bradley Brook; Shirley Park. 

T3. Spinny between Calke and Melbourne; Anchor Church, Purchas. 
Foremark, Painter, Natt. 


M. undulatum LZ. Brywn ligulatwn Schreb. 


Woods, copses. Common. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1835. 

L. Ashwood Dale; Monsal Dale; Matlock, N.D.M. Matlock Bath, 
Armitage. Cromford, Garner. Cressbrook; Duke’s Drive; Cales Dale; Horse- 
shoe Dale, Barker. Buxton. 


394 BRYACES, 


Gl. Slackhall, Chapel; Combes, Barker. 

G2. Marshy ground by Cratcliffe Wood, Birchover. 

C. Sutton Spring Wood, near Chesterfield. 

P. Markland Grips, Clowne. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Shirley Park; by Bradley Brook. 
T3. Poker’s Lees, Calke, with fruit, Bloram. Bretby, Painter, Natt. 


M. hornum J. 


Woods, shady banks. Common. 

First record, Bloxam, 1833. 

L. Horseshoe Dale, Barker. 

Gl. Stirrup and Ernocroft Woods, Natt. Fernilee, Barker. Near Wash, 
Chapel; near the Snake Inn; Grinds Brook, and by R. Noe, Edale. 

G2. Whatstandwell, Armitage. Padley Wood, Grindleford, Gibbs. 

C. Dale Abbey, Bindley. 

Tl. Bradley Wood; Cupiss Lane, Brailsford; Edlaston Coppy. 

T2. Dale Woods; Ockbrook, Painter, Natt. 

Tl. Calke, Blozram. Drakelow, Hb. Mason. Repton Rocks; Anchor 
Church, Purchas. Foremark, Painter, Natt. 


M. serratum Schrad. M. marginatun P. Beauv. Brywn Dicks. 


Rocks near streams. Not uncommon, 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

L. Near Buxton, Wilson (1881). Matlock, N.D.M. Dovedale, Purchas. 
Lathkil Dale; Duke’s Drive, Barker. 

Gl. Fernilee Wood, Gordon in N.D.M. Clough near old tollbar, Fernilee, 
Hb. Whitehead. Foot of bridge near old tollbar, Fernilee, Barker. 


M. stellare 2icich. 


Woods, rocks. Not uncommon. 

First record, London Journ. Bot., No. 40, 1845. 

L. The Winnatts, Castleton, with fruit, Holt (1882) in Natt. Odin Mine, 
with fruit, Holt (1882) in N.D.M. Ashwood Dale; Taddington Dale, N.D.M, 
Ravensdale, Ley. Dovedale, Armitage. Matlock Bath, Lond. J.B. Bradwell; 
Lover’s Leap, Barker. Monk’s Dale; Cales Dale. 

Gl. Rocky woodland near Whatstandwell Station. 

C. Linacre Wood, Old Brampton. 


M. punctatum /. JW. serpyllifolium Neck. 


Sandy ground, woods, among rocks. Frequent. 

First record, Bloxam MS., 1833. 

L. Dovedale, Hb. Mason. Via Gellia, Armitage. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood, Natt. Chapel; Fernilee, Barker. Ollerbrook, and by 
R. Noe, Edale; near the Snake Inn; wet bank under Burbage Edge. 

G2. Padley Wood, Grindleford, Gzbbs. Moor near ‘‘ Surprise View,” 
Hathersage, Carr. Depth o’ Lumb, Belper, Painter, Natt. Near the Peacock 
Inn. 


BRYACE. FONTINALACE®. itt 


C. Dale Abbey, Bindley. 

P. Pleasley Park; Markland Grips; Cresswell Crags; Scarcliffe Park. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Nat'. Edlaston Coppy; Cubley Brook; by 
Wyaston Brook; by Brailsford Brook, below Ednaston. 

T2. Dale Woods, Painter, Natt. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Gorsty Lees Wood, Purchas. Knowl Hills, Painter, 
Natt. Egginton, Bindley. 
Var. elatunm Schimp. 

G1. Dimpus Clough, near Chinley. 


M. subglobosum 2B. § 8S. M. pseudopunctatun B. & 8. 


Bogs, swamps. Not uncommon. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

Gl. Carmeadow, Hayfield; Charlesworth Coombs, Natt. Kinderscout, 
N.D.M. Hollinworth Clough; Grinds Brook, Edale; by Tunstead Farm, Chapel, 
Barker. ; 

G2. Burbage Brook, Barker. Harper Lees, Hathersage. 

C. Linacre Wood, Old Brampton. 

Tl. Edlaston Coppy; bog below Bradley Wood; Hulland Moss. 


XIX. FONTINALACEA. 


FONTINALIS . Di. 
F. antipyretica J. 


Streams, pools. Common. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Not uncommon in the streams on the limestone, such as the Wye, 
Dove, and Lathkil rivers, N.D.M. Cressbrook, Barker. Monk’s Dale; brook 
near Bradbourn Mill. 

Gl. Combes Reservoir; Goyt’s Clough, Barker. R. Sett, near Hayfield ; 
small stream near the main road, above the Snake Inn; R. Westend. 

G2. Small stream in Padley Wood, Grindleford. 

C. Great Pond, Wingerworth. 

P. Stream by Cresswell Crags. 

T1. Ponds, Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Brailsford Brook; R. Dove, 
passim ; pond between Cubley and Marston; Shirley, near the Lodge Farm. 

T3. R. Trent, Bloram. Willington, Bindley. 


Var. gigantea Sull. 
L. Miller’s Dale, Holt in N.D.M. 
Var. gracilis Schimp. 


G1. Charlesworth Coombs, Natt. (Whitehead); Carmeadow, near Hayfield, 
Nat . (Holt). 


G2. Bar Brook, Baslow, probably this. 


396 CRYPH#ACER. NECKERACER, 


F. squamosa Ll. 

Mountain streams. Not uncommon. 

First record, Garner, 1844. 

L. Dovedale, Garner. R. Dove, below Chrome Hill. 

Gl. Kinderscout, Natt. In the Goyt, near Fernilee, with fruit, Clough 
in N.D.M. Edale Head, Ley (1881). Fairbrook, and Blackdean Brook, near 
the Snake Inn ; R. Sett, above Hayfield ; Roych Clough, Chapel; William 
Clough ; R. Westend. 

G2. Bar Brook, Baslow ; Burbage Brook ; Hay Wood, Grindleford. 

Var. Curnowii Card. 

Gl. Taxal, Derbs, Handbk. Br. M. (Rogers, 1878). ‘‘ This seems to be a 
variety differing very little from the type; the capsule in the type is properly 
speaking emergent (not exserted), and the apiculate perichetial bracts are 
attributed by good authorities to the type,” Barker in litt. 


F. Dixoni Card. in itt. 
In mountain streams. Rare. 
First record, M.H.C. Rep., 1899. 
G2. In stream, Chatsworth, M.H.C.R. (Parker, 1898). 


XX. CRYPH/AEACEA. 
CRYPHASA Mohr. 


C. heteromalla Mohr. (©. arborea Lindb. Neckera Hedw. 
Tree trunks. Rare. 
First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 
L. Ashbourne, Garner. 
T3. Calke, Bloxam. 


XXI. NECKERACEA. 
NECKERA Zedw. 


N. crispa Hedw. Hypnum Ih. 

Limestone rocks, and on tree roots. Frequent. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

L. Dovedale, Hb. Mason. Chee Dale, N.D.M. Buxton, Ley. Cressbrook ; 
Cales Dale ; Horseshoe Dale, Barker. Matlock Bath, Painter Natt. Fern Dale, 
Ashford; Conies Dale, Peak Forest; Coombs Dale, near Calver; Hartle Dale, 
Bradwell. 

G2. Padley Wood, Grindleford, Gibbs. 

P. Belph Moor; Markland Grips; Scarcliffe Park. 

Var. falcata Boul. 

L. Castleton, N.D.M. Dovedale; Cales Dale; Deep Dale, Horseshoe and 
Back Dales; near Lover’s Leap, Barker. Great Rocks Dale. 

P. Markland Grips, Clowne. 


NECKERACE®. HOOKERIACER. 897 


N. pumila Hedw. 


Tree trunks, or rocks. Very rare. 
First record, Wils. Bry. Brit., 1855. ‘‘ Derbyshire,” no locality given. 


N. complanta Hueben. Hypnun L. 


Tree trunks, rocks. Frequent. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Monsal Dale, with fruit, Holt in N.D.M. Cressbrook, Holt (1879) in 
Nat*'. Matlock, Hb. Mason. Dovedale, N.H. Tutb. Jennings Dale, Bradwell, 
Snelgrove. Cales Dale; Horseshoe Dale; Taddington Dale; Duke’s Drive, 
Barker. Dirty Rake, near Middleton Dale; Fern Dale, Ashford; Hassop Park ; 
near Bradbourn Mill, 

Gl. In Green Lane, and near Cadster, Chapel, Barker. Mellor, Natt. 
Rare on the coal measures, N.D.M. 

P. Scarcliffe Park; near Stony Houghton; Upper Langwith; Cresswell 
Crags; Markland Grips. 

Tl. Mickleover; Littleover, Bindley. By Cubley Brook; Wyaston; Lower 
Thurvaston, Longford; Thurvaston, Marston Montgomery. 

T3. Calke, Bloxam, 


HOMALIA 3Brid. 


H. trichomanoides 2#ri7. 

Tree trunks, shady rocks. Frequent. 

First record, Purchas, 1859. 

L. Matlock Bath, N.D.M. Via Gellia; Harborough Rock; Henmoor Brook 
below Kniveton. 

G1. Fernilee, N.D.M. On a tree by brook near Tunstead Milton, Chapel, 
Barker. 

G2. Harper Lees, Hathersage. 

C. Alfreton Brook; Sutton Spring Wood, Chesterfield. 

P. Markland Grips; Scarcliffe Park. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Peathays, Shirley; by Brailsford Brook ; 
copses east of Alkmonton; between Cubley Common and Riddings; Dayfield 
Brook, Atlow. 

T2. By stream below Risley Lodge Farm, Risley Park. 

T3. Near the Mere Pond, Calke Park, Purchas. 


XXII. HOOKERIACEA, 
PTHRYGOPHYLLUM Brid. 
P. lucens Prid. Hypnun UL. 


Damp ground in woods; by streams and springs, mostly on mountains. Not 
uncommon, 


First record, Purchas, 1860. 


398 HOOKERIACER, LEUCODONTACES. 


L. Lover’s Leap, Buxton, N.D.M. 

G1. Stirrup Wood, with fruit, Natt. Woods at Mellor; Fernilee ; Kinder- 
scout, N.D.M. Wildmoor Clough, near Buxton, with fruit, Ley. Fairbrook, 
Woodlands. 

G2, Bechagg Wood, and spring under White Edge, Froggatt; Haywood, 
Grindleford ; Eyam Moor. 

T3. Brian’s Copse, Calke, Purchas. Repton Rocks; Smisby, N.H. Tutb. 


XXIII. LEUCODONTACEAZ. 
LHUCODON Sehwaegr. 


L. sciuroides Schwacgr. Hypnum L. 

Tree trunks, rarely on rocks. Rare. 

First record, Blozam MS., 1833. 

L. Limestone walls, Hartington, in Dovedale, N.D.M. With abortive 
sete near Matlock and Bakewell, Wilson. On a tree by the roadside near 
Haddon Hall, Barker. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Radbourn, Bindley ! 

T3. Calke, Bloxam. 


ANTITRICHIA Brid. 


A. curtipendula Brid. 
Rocks, trees. Very rare. 
First record, Bloxam MS., 1833. 
T3. Calke, Bloxam. 


POROTRICHUM Bri. 


P. alopecurum Witt. Thamniun B. & SS. Hypron L. 

Woods, hedgebanks, rocks by streams. Frequent. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Dimminsdale, near Ashford, Ley (1869). Cressbrook; Horseshoe Dale, 
Barker. Dovedale; Hartle Dale, Bradwell; Lathkil and Cales Dales. 

Gl. Wet rocks, Charlesworth, N.D.M. Mellor; Whitebottom Wood, with 
fruit, Nat, Fernilee, Barker. Hull End, Chapel; Higher Cliff, Strines. 

G2. Small stream in Padley Wood, Grindleford. 

P. Markland Grips; Scarcliffe Park. 

Tl. Hollington and Lower Thurvaston, Longford; between Bradley and 
Corley ; Cubley Brook. 

T3. Calke, Bloxam. 


P. angustifolium Dixon. Thamniwn Holt. 

Limestone springs. Very rare. 

First record, J.B., 1886. 

L. By calcareous springs, Cressbrook; discovered by Mr. G. A. Holt in 
1883. Seen in 1898, apparently not very plentiful. 


LESKEACE, 399. 


XXIV. LESKEACEA. 


LHSKEA Hew. 


L. polycarpa Lhrh. Hypnun C.M. 


Tree trunks, or stones by water. Frequent. 

First record, N.D.M., 1894. 

L, On stones by the Wye, Chee Dale; on tree by the Wye, Miller’s Dale; 
Cressbrook ; Monsal Dale, N.D.M. Dovedale, Painter, Natt. Near Ashford ; 
between Ashbourne and Fenny Bentley ; Kniveton Brook; Scow Brook, near 
Hognaston. 

Gl. On trees at Combes Reservoir, and brookside below it, Barker. 

G2. By the Derwent, in Chatsworth Park, N.D.M. By small stream below 
Cratcliffe Wood, Birchover, Barker. Beeley ; between Matlock and Darley, 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. By R. Dove, near Doveridge; Markeaton 
Brook ; Cubley Brook; small brook east of Alkmonton ; by Bradley Brook ; 
Brailsford Brook, below Culland. 

T2. Trees and stumps by a marsh at Trentlook, near Trent Station. 

T3. Anchor Church, Painter, Natt. 


ANOMODON Hook. § Tay. 


A. viticulosus Hook. § Tayl. Hypnum WL. 


Rocks, walls, roots of trees, mostly on limestone. Frequent. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Miller’s Dale, with fruit, N.D.M. WRavensdale, with fruit, Holt in Hb. 
Whitehead. Buxton, Ley. Dovedale, with fruit, Purchas. Jennings Dale, 
Bradwell, Snelgrove. Cales Dale; near Lover’s Leap; Great Rocks Dale, 
Barker. Below Cucklet Church, Eyam ; Via Gellia ; near Thorpe ; by Kniveton 
Brook. 

P. Markland Grips ; Scarcliffe Park ; Upper Langwith ; Cresswell Crags. 

T3. Calke, Bloxam. 


HETEROCLADIUM 2B. § S. 


H. heteropterum B. § S. Pterogonium Br. Hypnum Spr. 


Rocks by streams. Not uncommon. 

First record, The Natwralist, 1886. 

L. Via Gellia. 

Gl. Mellor; Stirrup Wood; Kinderscout, Natt. Charlesworth, N.D.M. 
Ravine south of Cadster, Chapel, Barker. By R. Sett, above Hayfield; Higher 
Cliff, Strines. 

G2. Harper Lees, below Hathersage; stream from Stoke Flat, Froggatt; 
Burbage Brook, Hay Wood, and small stream, above the Station, in Padley 
Wood; by the brook at Lea. 


400 LESKEACE, HYPNACER, 


THUIDIUM B. ¢ S. 


T. tamariscinum 2B. § 8. Hypnwn Hedw. 


Woods, banks. Common. 

First record, Purchas, 1860. 

L. Chee Dale, N.D.M. Cressbrook; Dovedale; Horseshoe Dale, Barker 
Monk’s Dale; Deep Dale; Hartle Dale, Bradwell. 

Gl. Fernilee, N.D.M. Mellor; Stirrup Wood; Kinderscout, Natt. Chapel, 
Barker. 

G2. Duffield, Painter, Natt. 

P. Scarcliffe Wood; Markland Grips. 

Tl. Mickleover; Quarndon, Painter, Natt. Hulland Moss; Shirley; Yel- 
dersley. 

T3. Southwood, Calke, with fruit, Pwrchas. Bretby, Painter, Nat?. 


T. recognitum Lind). Hypnun Hedw. 


Rocks, grassy places, on limestone. Rather rare. 

First record, Eng. Bot., 1790, and 1805. 

L. Romantic rocks at Matlock Bath, 1790, and again in July, 1820, with 
perfect fruit (Sir J. E. Smith), Wils. Bry. Brit. Monsal Dale, Holt in N.D.M. 
Miller’s Dale; Dovedale, Painter, Nat'. Monk’s Dale, Manch. Crypt. Soc., 1886. 
Conies Dale, Peak Forest. 

P. Belph Moor, Whitwell. 


XXV. HYPNACEA. 
CLIMACIUM J. § JL 


C. dendroides VV. § WM. Hypnun L. 


Marshy ground. Common. 

First record, Blozram MS., 1833. 

L. Matlock Bath ; Cave Dale, Castleton, V.D.M. Buxton, Ley. Dovedale, 
Armitage. Bradwell, Snelgrove. Horseshoe Dale ; Chee Dale ; near Taddington ; 
Duke’s Drive, Barker. Middleton Dale ; Cales Dale. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood, with fruit, Manch. Crypt. Soc., 1879. Marshy meadow, 
Charlesworth, with abundance of fruit, Scholefield in N.D.M.  Kinderscout, 
N.D.M. Combes Reservoir, Chapel; Fernilee, Barker. 

G2. Froggatt ; Burbage Brook, and by small stream in Padley Wood. 

Tl. Shirley Park ; by Bradley Brook; Edlaston Coppy; by Black Brook, 
Mugginton. 

T3. Bog, Cauldwell, Hb. Mason. Repton Rocks, Purchas. Stanton, near 
Burton, N.H. Tutb. 


HYPNACER. 401 


CYLINDROTHECIUM B. § S. 
C. concinnum Schinp. Hypnum De Not, Entodon orthocarpus Lindb, 


Grassy places on limestone. Rare. 
First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

L. Dovedale, N.H. Tutb. 

T3. Ticknall, Painter, Natt. 


PYLATSIA. 5,+ Gs. 
P. polyantha B&B. § 8. Aypnum Schreb. Leskea Hedw. Stereodon Lindb, 


Tree trunks. Very rare, 
First record, Wilson, Bry. Brit., 1855. 
L. On trees, Matlock Bath, N.D.M. 


ORTHOTHECIUM 2B. ¢ 5S. 


O. intricatum 2B. § 8S. Leskea Hartm. Stereodon subrufus Lindb. 


Damp mountain rocks. Rather rare. 

First record, Manch. Crypt. Soc., 1879. 

L. Castleton, West in N.D.M. Miller’s Dale, Manch. Crypt. Soc. (Wild). 
Chee Dale, N.D.M. Deep Dale; Lathkil Dale, Ley. Bradwell; Cales Dale; 
near Lover’s Leap, Barker. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Barrett in N.D.M. Conies 
Dale, Peak Forest, 


ISOTHECIUM Bria. 


I. myurum Brid. Hypnun Poll. HH. curvatum Sw, I, viviparum Lindb. 

Tree trunks, or rocks. Frequent. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. lLathkil Dale, N.D.M/. Monsal Dale, Armitage. Bradwell, Barker. 
Dovedale. 

G1. On trees, Fernilee, N.D.M. 

G2. Stanton, Ley. 

P. Langwith Wood; Markland Grips; Scarcliffe Park. 

Tl. Near Old Hall, Alkmonton; Lower Thurvaston, Longford; between 
Kirk Langley and Kedleston Park; Dalbury Lees; by Cubley Brook; by Black 
Brook, Mugginton. 

T3. Calke, Blocam. Burton Road, Repton, Rept. F. ¢& F. 


PLEUROPUS Grif. 
P. sericeus Diron. Homalothecium B, & 8S. Hypnum L. 

Walls, rocks, tree trunks. Common, 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Dovedale; Cromford, Hb. Mason. Castleton, Carr, Bradwell, 
Snelgrove. Near Cressbrook; Horseshoe Dale; Cales Dale, Barker, By Hassop 
Park; between Sandybrook and Thorpe. 

cc 


402 HY PNACES. 


Gl. Near Cadster, Chapel, Barker Mellor, Natt. Rare on the coal 
measures, V.D.M. 

G2. Grindleford. 

P. Markland Grips; Cresswell Crags; between Scarcliffe and Stony 
Houghton; Pleasley Park. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Mugginton, Bindley. Brailsford Church- 
yard; Lower Thurvaston, Longford; Snelston limaqu arries. 

T3. Calke, Bloxam. 


CAMPTOTHECIUM B. ¢ S. 
C. lutescens 2B. § S. AHypnum Huds. 

Dry banks, rocks, quarries, especially on limestone. Rather rare and local. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Rather frequent on limestone rocks and walls; Ashwood Dale, with 
fruit, Scholefield in N.D.M. Near Wormhill, N.D.M! Bradwell; Horseshoe 
Dale; Back Dale; Cales Dale; Chee Dale; near Taddington, Barker. Mat- 
lock Bridge; between Lode Mill and: Alsop Station. 

G2. Grindleford towards Eyam; bank of road, north of Froggatt. 

T3. Calke, Blowam. Wood near Repton Rocks, Painter, Natt. 


BRACHYTHECIUM B. § 8. 
B. glareosum B. § S. Hypnum Bruch. 

Limestone slopes, quarries. Rather rare. 

First record, Pwrchas, 1863. 

L. On banks, Ashwood Dale; Over Haddon, N.D.M. Miller’s Dale, 
Hb. Mason. Bradwell, Snelgrove. Cressbrook, Barker. Matlock Bath; near 
Cromford Station. 

Gl. Fernilee; Chapel-en-le-Frith, N.D.M. Bonsall Plane,§ Barker 

P. Between Scarcliffe and Houghton; Cresswell Crags. 

Tl. Snelston limequarries. 

T3. Dimminsdale, Calke; Pistern Hill, Purchas. 


B. albicans B. ¢ S. Hypnum Neck. 
Gravelly places, wall tops. Rare. 
First record, Purchas, 1859-63. 
G1. Wildmoor Clough, Barker. 
T3. Foremark Park, near Ticknall, Pwrchas. 


B. salebrosum 2B. § S. Var. palustre Schimp. 
Damp clay fields. Rare. 
First record, The Flora. 
Tl. Clay fallows, Yeldersley Lane, near Shirley (t. H. N. Dixon). 


B. rutabulum 2. ¢ 8S. Hypnum L. 
Bare ground, stones, walls, trees. Very common, 


First record, Blozram MS., 1833. 

L. Dovedale, Hb. Mason. Castleton, Carr. Bradwell, Snelgrove. Cress- 
brook; Cales Dale; Horseshoe Dale, Barker. Deep Dale; near Thorpe; Dowel 
Dale, near Hindlow, a water form with somewhat falcate leaves. 


HYPNACES. 4038 


G1. Combes; Chapel; Fernilee, Barker. Ollerbrook, Edale, a curious 
small form which Rev. C. H. Binstead thought ‘‘ possibly a hybrid between B. 
rutabulum and E. Swartzii”; Jarvis Clough, Ashopton. 

G2, Ireton, Painter, Natt. Froggatt; Grindleford, a subjulaceous form on 
walls. 

C. Meersbrook, Snelgrove. Calow, near Chesterfield. 

P. ,Pleasley Park; Scarcliffe Park; Markland Grips; Cresswell Crags 
stone quarry in Langwith Wood, a subjulaceous form. 

Tl. Mickleover; Gunn Hills, Mugginton; Mackworth, Painter, Natt 
Etwall, Bindley. Langley Common; Snelston limequarries; Shirley; Edlaston 
Coppy; Radbourn; by Bradley Wood; Hulland Moss, a bog form. 

T2. Ockbrook, Painter, Natt. 

T3. Calke, Bloxam. Cauldwell; Repton Rocks, Hb. Mason. Ticknall; 
Pistern Hill, Purchas. Repton, Painter, Natt. 


B. rivulare B. ¢& S.. Hypnum Bruch. 

Rocks, stones, and earth by streams. Frequent. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

L. Cressbrook; Chee Dale; Horseshoe Dale; Dovedale, Barker. Castle- 
ton, Carr. 

Gl. Kinderscout; Mellor; Charlesworth Coombs, Natt. Combes Moss; 
Fernilee, in the Goyt; Combes Reservoir, and beyond Wash, Chapel, Barker. 
Ollerbrook, and Grinds Brook. Edale; near Rowarth; R. Westend; Higher 
Cliff, Strines. 

G2. Ireton, Painter, Natt. 

C. Marshy margin of pond, Dale Moor. 

P. Poulter Brook, Langwith Wood. 

Tl. Cubley Brook; Clifton; bog below Bradley Wood; Cupiss Lane, 
Mercaston; Hilton; by R. Dove, near Doveridge; Markeaton Brook; Dayfield 
Brook, Atlow ; brook below Huiland Moss. 


B. velutinum 2B. § 8. Hypnon L. 

Tree roots, stones, rocks. Common. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Miller’s Dale; Ashwood Dale, N.D.M. Bradwell, Snelgrove. Great 
Rocks Dale; Lover’s Leap, Barker. 

Gl. Mellor, Natt. Whaley Bridge, N.D.M. “Near Hogshaw Reservoir, 
Buxton; Chapel; Fernilee, Barker. Higher Cliff, Strines. 

G2. Near Whatstandwell Station; Padley Wood, Grindleford. 

C. Sutton Spring Wood, Chesterfield} bank of road, Dale Moor, 

Tl. Burnaston; Etwall; Radbourn, Bindley. Mickleover; Quarndon, 
Painter, Natt. Near Heathy Close, Longford Park ; Wyaston ; Langley Common ; 
Shirley ; Cubley ; Mercaston; Markeaton Brook. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Near Ticknall; Pistern Hill, Purchas. 


404 HYPNACES, 


B. populeum 2. § 8. Hypnwn Hedw. 

Rocks, walls. Frequent. 

First record, The Natwralist, 1886. 

L. Ravensdale, Ley. Near Taddington; Lover’s Leap; Great Rocks Dale, 
Barker. WHartle Dale, Bradwell; Wensley Dale, near Matlock; between Thorpe 
and Sandybrook; Grin Woods, Buxton. 

Gl. Mellor; Charlesworth, Nat!. Whitebottom Wood; Fernilee, N.D.M. 
Shallcross Plane; Combes Reservoir, Barker. Slackhall, Chapel. 

G2. Walls, Grindleford. 

C. Breadsall Moor, Painter, Natt. 

G2. Wall between Fox House Inn and Padley. 

P. Markland Grips, Clowne. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Yeldersley; Wyaston; Mercaston; brook below 
Hulland Moss, 

T3. Knowl Hills, Painter, Natt. 


B. plumosum 2B. § 8S. Hypnum Sw. 

Rocks by streams. Not uncommon. 

First record, Purchas, 1862. 

L. Spring by roadside, Buxton to Topley Pike; Dunstall, Via Gellia; R. 
Wye, Chee Dale; Kniveton. 

Gl. Mellor, with fruit; Stirrup Wood, with fruit, Natt. Near Glossop ; 
Kinder, near Hayfield, N.D.M. Bank of R. Goyt; Wildmoor Clough; foot of 
Bonsall Plane, Fernilee; brook below Combes Reservoir, Chapel, Barker. Stream 
on Wild Moor; brook near Wash, and at Hull End, Chapel; Higher Cliff, 
Strines. 

G2. Bar Brook, Baslow; brook below Cratcliffe Wood, Birchover. 

Tl. Roadside between Dalbury Lees and Trusley; Spinnyford Brook, near 
Hulland. 

T3. Callens Lane, Calke, Purchas. 


B. cespitosum Dixon. Sceleropodiun B. §& 8. Hypnum Wils. 

Tree trunks and stones, by streams. Rather rare. 

First record, N.D.M., 1894. 

L. Miller’s Dale, N.D.M. Cressbrook, Holt in N.D.M. On shady limestone, 
Lathkil Dale, Ley. ‘Tideswell Dale, Hb. Whitehead. Horseshoe Dale, Barker. 
Dovedale, Holt in Braithw. Henmoor Brook, Kniveton. 

Tl. Brailsford Brook. 


B. illecebrum De Not. Scleropodium B. § 8S. Hypnun Schwaegr. 
Among rocks. Very rare. 
First record, The Flora, 
L. Above Mill Dale, Dovedale,. Bagnall in litt. 
B. purum Dison, Hypnin L. 
Grassy banks, woods. Very common. 
First record Bloram MS., 1838. 
Generall distributed and everywhere abundant. 


HYPNACER, 405 


HYOCOMIUM 2B. § ¥. 
H. flagellare 2B. § 8S. Hypnum Dicks, 


Rocks by mountain streams. Not uncommon. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

G1. Kinderscout; Charlesworth Coombs, Nat’. Stenior Clough, N.D.M. 
Wildmoor Clough ; Goyt’s Bridge; foot of Bonsall Plane ; Hollinworth Clough ; 
Jarvis Clough, Ashopton, Barker. Upper part of R. Sett; Grinds Brook and 
Crowden Brook, Edale ; Fairbrook, Woodlands ; near Black Clough, Woodhead ; 
R. Westend ; Roych Clough, Chapel. 

G2. Bar Brook, Baslow ; Redcar Brook, above Dore. 


EURHYNCHIUM 2. § 5. 


BH. piliferum #%. § 8S. Hypnum Schreb. 

Woods, grassy places, roadsides, Frequent. 

First record, Bloxam MS., 1833. 

L. Cressbrook ; Over Haddon ; Castleton, V.D.M. Cales Dale, Barker, 

G1. Whitebottom Wood, Natt, Fernilee, N.D.M. Chapel; near Overlea, 
Barker. 

G2. Below Sheriff Wood, Grindleford. 

P. Scarcliffe Park ; Langwith Wood; Pleasley Park, ’ 

Tl. Lower Thurvaston, Longford; peaty meadows by Shirley Park; 
Yeldersley fields ; roadside near Cross o’ th’ hands ; Breward’s Car, Mugginton. 

T3. Calke, Bloxam. Ticknall, with fruit; Pistern Hill; Knowl Hills, 


Purchas. 


E. crassinervium 8. § 8S. Hypnwn Tayl. 

Rocks and stones in dales and woods. Rather rare, 

First record, Wilson, Bry. Brit., 1855. 

L. By the Wye, Chee Dale and Miller’s Dale ; limestone rocks, Castleton, 
N.D.M. Matlock, Wilson in N.D.M. Dovedale ; Lathkil Dale, with fruit, Ley. 
Ashwood Dale; Cressbrook; Monk’s Dale; Cales Dale; Taddington Dale, Barker. 
Kniveton Brook. 

G2. Rowsley, Ley. By brook below Cratcliffe Wood, Birchover, Barker ! 

P. Pleasley Park; Upper Langwith. 


BH. praelongum 2. § 8. Hypnun L. 
Bare ground, among grass, hedge banks, woods. Very common. 
First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 
Everywhere abundant. 


Var. Stokesii Brid. 

L. Cressbrook ; Cales Dale, Barker. 

Gl. Between Codsor and Combes Reservoir, Chapel; Fernilee, Barker, 
By brook S.W. of Nithen End, Buxton, 

Tl. Ditch near Longford Church; bank of main road, Ashbourne Hill, 


406 HYPNACE®. 


EB. Swartzii Hobkirk. Hypnun Turn. &, praclongun var, atrovirens Schimp. 

Rocks in woods, old quarries, mostly on limestone. Not uncommon, 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

L. lLover’s Leap, Buxton; Ravensdale, Ley. Near Eyam; Bradwell; 
Monsal Dale; near Taddington; Dovedale; Cressbrook; Cales Dale; Deep 
Dale; Horseshoe and Back Dales, Barker. 

Gl. Fernilee; between Cadster and Combes Reservoir, Chapel, Barker. 
Mellor; Stirrup and Whitebottom Woods, Natt. 

P. Cresswell Crags; Markland Grips; Scarcliffe Park; old quarry near 
New Houghton; near Stony Houghton; Belph Moor; Pleasley Park. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Littleover, Bindley. Ditch, Longford Park; 
Lower Thurvaston; Etwall Common; Quarndon Common. 

T3. Bretby, Painter, Natt. 


E. pumilum Schimp. Hypnun Wils. 

Limestone caves, shady rocks. Rather rare, 

First record, Manch. Crypt. Soc., 1879. 

L. Romantic rocks, Matlock, Wilson (1833) in Braithw. Cressbrook, Holt 
in N.D.M. Wormbill, West in N.D.M. Dove Holes, Dovedale; near Lover’s 
Leap, Barker. Hartle Dale, Bradwell; Great Shacklow Wood, Ashford. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood, Charlesworth, Manch. Crypt. Soc. Near Castleton, 
with fruit, Holt in Hb. Whitehead. Under Back Tor, Edale. 

P. In caves at Cresswell Crags; Markland Grips. 


B. Teesdalei Schimp. Hypnwn Sm. 

Shady limestone rocks. Rare. 

First records, Withering, 1792; Hng. Bot., 1794. H. intricatwm. 

L. Woods S.E. of Matlock Bath, R. Teesdale in H.B., iti., 202, with which 
cf. xxxiv, 2421. Chee Dale, Wild in Hb. Whitehead. Miller’s Dale; Ravens- 
dale, Holt. in Hb. Whitehead. Mill wheel, Cromford, Ley (1887). Trees near 
Matlock, N.H. Tutb. Dove Holes, Dovedale, Barker. Lover’s Leap, Hunt 
(1867) in Braithw. 


BE. tenellum JZild. Rhyncostegium B. & 8S. Hypnun Dicks. 

Limestone rocks. Not uncommon. 

First record, Garner, 1844. 

L. Ravensdale, Ley. Bradwell; Cales Dale ; Horseshoe Dale ; near Lover’s 
Leap, Barker. Lathkil Dale; Via Gellia; Masson Hill; Great Rocks Dale ; 
Dovedale ; Brassington Rocks. 

Gl. Shady wall at Mellor, Natt. 

P. Abundant on Cresswell Crags; Scarcliffe Park; Markland Grips. 


E. myosuroides Schimp. Isothecium Brid. Hypnum L. 
Rocks, tree stumps. Rather rare. 
First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 
L. Dovedale, Bindley. Great Shacklow Wood, Ashford. 


HYPNACE. 407 


Gl. Mellor; Stirrup Wood, Nat‘. Wood at Fernilee; Whitebottom Wood; 
Edale, N.D.M. 

G2. Wall between Fox House Inn and Padley. 

Tl. Shirley Park. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Repton, Painter, Natt. 


EB. circinatum 2. § S. Hypnum Brid. 
Limestone rocks. Rare. 
First record, Ley MS., 1898. 
L. Lathkil Dale, Ley. 


HB. striatum B. ¢ 8. Hypnum Schreb. 

Banks, woods, rocks. Frequent. 

First record, Bloxam MS., 1833. 

L. Matlock, Bindley. Cromford, Hb. Mason. Horseshoe Dale; near 
Taddington ; Dovedale, Barker. Cales Dale, and Lathkil Dale. 

Gl. Mellor, Natt. (Whitehead). Stirrup Wood; near Whaley Bridge, 
N.D.M. North end of Combes Reservoir, Barker. 

G2. Duffield, Painter, Natt. 

P. Scarcliffe, Ley. Langwith Wood; near Stony Houghton; Pleasley Park. 

Tl. Stydd, Yeaveley; between Shirley and Rodsley; Bradley ; Slack Lane, 
Brailsford; bank of road, Ashbourne Hill. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Lane between Calke and Breedon, Pwrchas. 


EB. striatulum 2B. § S. Hypnum Spruce. 
Rocks in woods, limestone dales. Rare. 
First record, N.H. Twtb., 1863. 
L. Wormhill, West in Natt., 1880. Dovedale? N.H. Tutb. 


HB. rusciforme Milde. Rhyncostegiun B. & S. Hypnum Weiss. H. rusci- 
folium Neck. 

Rocks and stones in streams. Common. 

First record, Bloxam MS., 1833. 

L, Cressbrook; Dovedale; Cales Dale; Horseshoe Dale; Lover’s Leap, 
Barker. Between Brough and Bradwell; Kniveton and Henmoor Brooks. 

Gl. Near Whaley Bridge; Stirrup Wood; Mellor, N.D.M. Chapel-en-le- 
Frith, and brook beyond Wash, Barker. Ollerbrook, Edale. 

P. Poulter Brook, Langwith Wood. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Radbourn, Bindley. Pond below Yeldersley 
Hall; Bradley Dam; Edlaston Coppy; Brailsford Brook; Shirley; brook below 
Hulland Moss. : 

T3. Calke, Bloxram. Repton Weir, Hb. Mason. Ticknall, Pwrchas. Fore- 
mark, Painter, Natt. 


Var. prolixum Brid. 
L. By River Derwent at Matlock Bath and a little north of Matleck 
Bridge. 


408 HYPNAOE®, 


HB. murale Milde. Rhyncostegium B. & S. Hypnum Hedw. 

Rocks, walls, especially on limestone. Frequent. 

First record, Blozram MS., 1833. 

L, Abundant on the limestone at Buxton, Ley. Dovedale; Ashford; 
Lover’s Leap; Cressbrook; Backdale; Bradwell, Barker. Matlock, Bindley. Via 
Gellia ; Kniveton and Henmoor Brooks. 

G1. Mellor, Natt, Fernilee; Chapel, Barker, 

G2, Froggatt; Grindleford; near Kirk Ireton. 

C,. Between Chesterfield and Calow Green. 

P. Pleasley Park; Scarcliffe Park; Langwith Wood; Belph Moor; Cresswell 
Crags; Markland Grips. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Nat'. Between Mercaston and Cross 0’ th’ hands; 
by Dayfield Brook, Atlow; main road, above Shirley; Brailsford, 

T3. Calke, Blozam. Simpson’s Nook, Ticknall, Purchas. 


Var. julacewn Schimp. 

L. R. Lathkil, near Youlgreave, Ley (1877). Above Lover’s Leap, Buxton ; 
Cales Dale, Barker. 

Gl. A form near this occurs near Whaley Bridge and Buxton, N.D.M. 
Chapel; Fernilee, Barker. 


B. confertum Milde. Rhyncostegium B. & 8S. Hypnum Dicks. 

Tree trunks, stones, banks. Common. 

First record, Bloxam MS., 18383. 

L, Horseshoe Dale, Barker. Via Gellia. 

Gl. Mellor, Natt. Fernilee; Hogshaw Reservoir, Buxton, Barker. Bank 
Hall, Chapel. 

C. Sutton Spring Wood, near Chesterfield. 

P. Cresswell Crags; Upper Langwith and Langwith Wood; Scarcliffe 
Park; Pleasley Park; Markland Grips; near Stony Houghton. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt, Findern; Radbourn, Bindley. Snelston 
limequarries; Quarndon Common; Markeaton Brook; Brailsford Churchyard ; 
Shirley Park, 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Drakelow, Hb. Mason, Ticknall, Purchas. 


BE. megapolitanum Milde. Rhyncostegium B. & 8. Hypnum Bland. 
Open stony ground, Very rare. 
First record, The Flora. 
Gl. Ritchie’s field, Overlea, Whaley Bridge, Barker. 


PLAGIOTHECIUM 2. ¢ 4. 


P. depressum Dizon. Rhyncostegiun B. & S. Hypnunw Bruch. 

Among rocks, base of trees. Rare. 

First record, N.D.M., 1894. 

L. Matlock Bath; Chee Dale, N.D.M. Cressbrook, Holt in N.D.M. 
Lathkil Dale, Ley. Horseshoe Dale, Barker. 


HYPNACER, 409 


P, Borrerianum Spruce. P. elegans Schimp. Hypnum Hook. 

Mostly on grit or sand rocks, coal measures. Frequent, 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

L. Cressbrook, Barker. 

G1. Common in woods at Charlesworth and other places on the coal 
measures, N.D.M. Whatford Wood, Buxton; Edale, Ley. Ernocroft Wood, 
with fruit (Nield and Ashton); Stirrup Wood; Kinderscout, Natt. Combes 
Moss ; Fernilee ; Chapel, Barker. Grinds Brook, Edale; Higher Cliff, Strines ; 
Roych Clough. 

G2, Stanton, Ley. Robin Hood’s Stride, Birchover ; Birchen Edge, Baslow ; 
Harper Lees, Hathersage ; Froggatt ; Harland Edge, Beeley. 

C, Linacre Wood, Old Brampton. 

Tl. Bradley Wood; Shirley Park ; by Black Brook, Mugginton. 


P. pulchellum 2B. § 8. Leskea Hedw. Hypnwn Dicks. 

Shady mountain rocks. Rare. 

First record, N.D.M., 1894. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Holt in N.D.M. Near Duke’s Drive, Buxton; Chee 
Dale; Monk’s Dale ; Dovedale, Barker. 


P. denticulatum 2. § 8. Hypnum L. 
Banks, woods, tree roots. Very common. 
First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 
Abundant in every part of the County. 


Var. aptychus Lees. 
G2. Lane between Eyam and Baslow roads, Grindleford. 
Tl. Bradley Wood ? 
T3. Southwood, Calke, Purchas. 


Var. maus Boul. 
L. Monk’s Dale, Barker. 
Gl. Clough near old tollbar, Fernilee, ‘‘ probably this,” Barker. 


Var. suleatum Spruce. 
L, Castleton; Miller’s Dale, N.D.M. 
G1. Common in woods, €l. Ashton. 


P. silvaticum 2. § 8S. Hypnum L. 
Woods, shady rocks. Rare. 
First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 
G1. Wood at Mellor, Natt. 
C. Linacre Wood, Old Brampton ? 
T2. Dale Woods, Painter, Natt, 
T3. Anchor Church, Bindley ? 


410 HYPNACER. 


P. undulatum 2B. § 8S. Hypnum L. 

Woods, by mountain streams, among rocks. Frequent. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Dovedale; Matlock Bath, Painter, Natt. 

Gl. Common in the hilly districts; Fernilee Wood, N.D.M. Jarvis Clough, 
Barker. Ernocroft Wood, Buxton in N.D.M. By R. Westend, Gibbs. Charles- 
worth Coombs; Kinderscout, Natt. Edale; near Goyt’s Bridge; Crowden; 
Higher Cliff, Strines; Corbar Hill. 

G2. Stanton, Ley. Cromford, 4rmitage. Eyam Moor; under Raven Tor, 
Beeley ; Littlemoor Wood, Dethick. 

C. Linacre Wood, Old Brampton. 

T. Shirley Park; Bradley Wood; Cross o’ th’ hands, Hulland Ward. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Gorsty Lees Wood; Repton Rocks, Purchas. Drake- 
low Hall, N.A. Tutb. 


P., latebricola B. § S. Leskea Wils. 

On rotting stumps in woods and copses. Rather rare. 

First record, N.D.M., 1894. 

L. Dovedale, Painter, Natt. 

Gl. Charlesworth Coombs, N.D.M. 

Tl. Edlaston Coppy (¢ M.B. Slater); Shirley Park, and wet copse, 
Peathays, Shirley; Breward’s Car, Mugginton. 

T3. On elder trunks, Sharp’s Bottom, Hartshorn. 


AMBLYSTEHGIUM B. ¢ 8. 


A. Sprucei £. § 8. Leskea Bruch. H. confervoides Hook. & Wils. 

Shady limestone rocks, caves. Rare. 

First record, M.H.C. Rep., 1900. 

L. Dove Holes, Dovedale (1878); near Lover’s Leap, Ashwood Dale, 
Barker. In another small cave, lower down in Dovedale; Conies Dale, Peak 
Forest (both f. Prof. Barker); Monk’s Dale, on tufa. 


A. confervoides 2. § S. Hypnum Brid. 

Shady limestone rocks. Rare. 

First record, N.D.M., 1894. 

L. Cressbrook, Holt in N.D.M. Taddington Dale, Holt (1882) in Braithw. 
Great Shacklow Wood, Ashford; Via Gellia; Monk’s Dale; Lover’s Leap, 
Buxton (all seen and named by Prof. Barker). 


A. compactum (iM. Brachythecium densum Juratz. Hypnun Milde. 
Limestone rocks. Very rare. 
First record, Dixon, J.B., 1900. 
L. Dove Holes, Dovedale, Dixon. 
A. serpens B. § 8. Hypnum L. 
Bare ground, stones, stumps. Very common. 
First record, Blozam MS., 1833. 
Everywhere abundant. 


HYPNACER, 411 


Var. tenue Schimp. 

L. Near Buxton and at Cressbrook, a form of this, Barker. The Winnatts, 
Holt (1882) in Bratthw. 

G2. Burbage Brook, Barker. 


A. varium Lindb. Leskea Hedw. A. radicale B. & 8S. 
Tree stumps; on the ground, Rare. 
First record, N.D.M., 1894. 
L. Dovedale; Chee Dale; Grin Wood, Buxton, Barker. 
G1. Combes Reservoir, Chapel, Barker in N.D.M. 


A. irriguum 2B. ¢ §. Hypnwn Hook. & Wils. 

Rocks in streams. Rather rare. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

L. R. Wye, Blackwell; R. Dove, Dovedale, Ley. Matlock Bath, Painter, 
Natt. Castleton, Carr. 

Gl. By a rivulet, and by the Goyt, at Mellor, Nat’. and N.D.M. (Holt). 
Weir where a brook comes under the railway, above Shallcross Mill, Fernilee, 
Barker. 


A. fluviatile 2B. § 8S. Hypnun Sw. 

Rocks in streams. Rare. 

First record, Wilson, Bry. Brit., 1855. 

L. By the Wye, Chee Dale; by the Derwent, Matlock Bath, N.D.M. 
R. Dove, Dovedale; R. Wye, Miller’s Dale, Ley. 


A. filicinum De Not, Hypnum L, 

By streams, on damp ground. Common. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Castleton; Tideswell, N.D.M. Via Gellia, Garner. Dovedale, with 
fruit, Pwrchas. Bradwell; Horsehoe Dale; Thorpe Cloud, erect form, Barker. 
Miller’s Dale, Painter, Nat‘. Cromford, Hb. Mason. Cressbrook; Monk’s Dale; 
floor of old quarry, Duke’s Drive; Ashwood Dale; Conies Dale, Peak Forest. 

Gl. Near Combes Reservoir, Chapel; Goyt’s Clough; Fernilee, Barker. 
Edale ; under Burbage Edge. 

G2. Bar Brook, Baslow; Padley Wood, Grindleford; stream under Crat- 
cliffe Tor, Birchover. 

C. Near Calow Green, Chesterfield; marshy margin of pond, Dale Moor. 

P. Markland Grips; Pleasley Park; Langwith Wood; Scarcliffe Park. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. By large pond, Yeldersley. Hall; Mercaston ; 
Thurvaston, near Marston Montgomery; Snelston limequarries; Shirley. Park ; 
boggy ground by Bradley Brook; Dayfield Brook, Atlow; Cubley Brook. 

T2. By canal below Derby. 

T3. Calke, Blozam. Drakelow, a lax water form, Hb. Mason. Dimmins- 
dale, with fruit; Ticknall, with fruit, Pwrchas. 


412 HYPNACE, 


Var. Vallisclause (Brid.) A. fallax Milde. Wilson, Bry. Brit., 1855. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Holt in N.D.M. Uathkil Dale; Chee Dale; Monsal 
Dale, Barker. Buxton, Hunt (1871) in Braithw. 

P. Poulter Brook, Langwith Wood. 


T3. Near Calke Abbey, Bloxam in Bry, Brit. 
Var. trichodes (Brid.) 
L. Cressbrook, Barker. 


HYPNUM L. 


H. riparium LZ. Amblystegiun B. & 8, 

Tree roots, stones, by water. Frequent. 

First record, Bloxam MS., 1833. 

L. Matlock Bath, Armitage. Dovedale, Painter, Nat‘. Cressbrook; near 
Taddington, Barker. Henmoor Brook, 

Gl. Mellor, Natt. Whaley Bridge; Chapel; Combes Reservoir; near 
Overlea, Fernilee, Barker and in N.D.M. Hogshaw Quarry, and brook below 
Nithen End, near Buxton; R. Noe, beyond Barber Booths, and Grinds Brook, 
Edale. 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Brailsford Brook; Shirley; Bradley Brook ; 
between Cubley Common and Riddings; Wyaston Brook; stone trough near 
Brailsford Church, a form approaching v. longifoliwm Schimp. 

T2. Canal bank near Spondon. 

T3. Calke, Blowam. Anchor Church, Bindley. Brizlincote, N.H. Twtb. 
Pool west side of Repton Shrubs; Sharp’s Bottom, Hartshorn. 


Var. longifolium Schimp. 
L. In R. Wye, Chee Dale, and near Haddon Hall, Barker. 


H. stellatum Schreb. Amblystegium Lindb. 

Marshes, damp clay fallows. Frequent. 

First records, Garner, 1844, probably var. protenswm; Purchas, 1862. 

L. Monk’s Dale, Ley. Via Gellia, Armitage. Dovedale, Garner. 

Gl. Mellor, Nat’. Rather rare on the coal measures, N.D.M, 

Tl. Hulland Moss; clay fallows, Yeldersley, and by pond near Yeldersley 
Hall. 

T3. Repton Rocks, Purchas. Stanton, near Burton, Hb. Mason. Bank of 
road above Smisby. 


Var. protensum B. & S. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Holt (1880) in Braithw. Conies Dale; Bradwell; Ash- 
wood Dale; Back Dale, Barker, who remarks that this is the usual form in 
North Derbyshire. 

Gl. Shallcross Plane, Fernilee; Barren Clough, Bugsworth; Srigley’s field, 
Chapel; near railway above Combes Reservoir, Barker. 


HYPNACER. 413 


H. chrysophyllum 2Brid. Amblystegium Lindb. 

Bare soils, especially on limestone, quarries. Frequent. 

First record, Purchas, 1860. 

L. Miller’s Dale; Lathkil Dale; Castleton, N.D.WM. Thorpe Cloud, Dove- 
dale, Purchas. Cressbrook, Holt in Manch. Crypt. Soc. (1879). Back Dale, Barker. 
Great Shacklow Wood, Ashford; Great Rocks Dale; Parkhouse Hill, near 
Hindlow. 

Gl. Cowburn, Barker. Roadside above Slackhall, Chapel. 

G2. Wall between Fox House Inn and Padley. 

P. Cresswell Crags; Scarcliffe Park; Langwith Wood; Belph Moor; 
Markland Grips; quarries near Whitwell Station. 

Tl. Snelston limequarries; fallows near Yeldersley Rough, with fruit. 

T3. By the Tramway, Calke, Purchas. 


Var. erectum Bagnall. Derbyshire Naturalist, Nov., 1898, 352. 
L. Near Dove Holes, Dovedale, Bagnall. Bradwell; Great Rocks Dale; 
Buxton, Barker. 


H. Sommerfeltii Myr. H. polymorphum Wils. Campylium hispidun v. 
Sommerfeitii Lindb. 
Limestone quarries, walls, trees. Rare. 
First record, N.D.M., 1894. 
L. Wall near Ashford, Ashton and Nield in N.D.M. Near Castleton, Holt 
im Hb. Whitehead. Ravensdale, Ley. Monk’s Dale, Barker. Near Taddington. 
P. Quarry near Whitwell Station; Scarcliffe Park. 


H. aduncum Hedw. 

Margins of pools, marshes. Frequent. 

First record, Blozram MS., 1833. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Painter, Natt. 

Gl. Combes Reservoir, Chapel, Barker. 

Tl. Boggy place south east of Marston Montgomery; roadside, Lower 
Thurvaston, Longford. 

T3. Foremark Bog, Bloram. 

Group typicum Ren., forma faleata. 

Tl. By pool west of Radbourn. 
Group Aneifii Ren, 

Gl. North end of Combes Reservoir, Chapel, Barker. Near Back Tor, 
Edale. : 
Tl. Pond by roadside, Wyaston (teste C. H. Binstead); by pool west of 
Radbourn; pond near the road, west of Barton Blount; roadside near Foston 
Woodhouse. 


Var. intermedium Schimp. 
P. Quarry near Springfield Farm, Whitwell. 
T2. Marshy flats by the canal, Sandiacre. 
Group pseutofluitans Sanio., f. gracilis Ren. MS. 
Tl. Pool west of Radbourn. 


414 HYPNACE®, 


(TH. Sendtneri Schimp. 

Gl. Kinderscout; Car Meadow, near Hayfield, Holt in Natt. 

Mr. Whitehead informed me in 1894 that this was an error, he having 
been misled about it. ] 


H. uncinatum Hedw. 

Damp rocks in and by streams, walls. Frequent. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

L. Ashwood Dale; Castleton, N.D.M. Near Taddington. 

G1. Stirrup Wood, Natt. Charlesworth Coombs, NV.D.M, Fernilee, and 
R. Goyt; Chapel; near Buxton, Barker. Chinley Hills; Slackhall, and Bank 
Hall, near Chapel. 

G2. Bar Brook, Baslow; Hathersage Road, Grindleford. 


Var. plumulosum Schimp. 

Gl. Cowburn; William Clough; old road near Whitehall, Fernilee; old 
road north face of Ladder Hill; tree by brook below Combes Reservoir, Chapel; 
between Horwich House and Bugsworth, near Mosley Hall, in Chapel; pool by 
Brown Edge Lane, Buxton, Barker. 

G2. Padley Wood, Grindleford. 


H. fluitans JL. 

Wet moorland, bogs. Frequent. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

Gl. Axe Edge; Edale, N.D.M. Goyt’s Moss; Combes Moss ; Hollinworth 
Clough ; moor east of Bamford ; near Goyt’s Lane, Fernilee, Barker, Kinder- 
scout, Natt. Brown Head, Chapel (v. submerswm t. C. H. Binstead), Ley (1881). 
A falcate variety, Goyt’s Clough, Barker. Stanage Edge ; Rushup Edge. 

G2. Froggatt; near Higgar Tor, Hathersage. 

C. Ley’s Fen, near Old Brampton ; Blake Brook, Baslow. 

T1. Mickleover ; Littleover, Bindley. R. Dove, N. H. Tutb. 

T3. Calke, Bloxam. 

Group wnphibium Ren. var. gracile Boul. 
G1. Axe Edge ; Combes Moss; Cowburn ; William Clough, Barker. 


H. condensata Sanio, 
Gl. Crowden Brook, Edale. 


Var. atlanticum Ren. J.B., 1901, 277. 

Gl. Hogshaw Brook, Buxton; Combes Moss, Barker. Kinder, near 
Hayfield. 

G2. Redcar Brook, above Dore. 
Group faleatum Ren. var. ovale Ren. 

Gl. East side of Corbar Hill, a plant coming under this, f. Wheldon. 
Group exannulatun Ren. H. exannulatum Guemb. 

Bogs, more or less sub-alpine. Frequent. 

First record, The Natwralist, 1886. 


HYPNACER. 415 


Gl. Bogs, Kinderscout ; Charlesworth Coombs, Natt.. Goyt’s Moss ; marsh 
at Tunstead, Milton Farm, Chapel; near Ladder Hill, Fernilee, Barker. Edale 
Head ; Nether Yates Clough, Ashop Clough. 

G2. Harper Lees, Hathersage. 

Tl. Margin of large pond, Wyaston ; bog below Bradley Wood. 


Var. pinnatum Boul. 
C. Brackenfield Green. 
Tl. Hulland Moss. 


FB’, stenophylloides Ren. 
G2. Harland Edge, Beeley. 


FE, gracilescens Ren. 
Gl. Near Lanehead Farm, Fernilee, Barker. 
Tl. Hulland Moss ? 


FE, montana Ren. 
Tl. Hulland Moss. 


EF, polyclada Ren. MS. 
G2. Umberley Brook, Chatsworth. 


FB. purpurascens Schimp. 

G2. Harland Edge, Beeley. 
Sub-group Rote Ren. Hj stenophyllum Wils. Var. falecifoliwn Ren. 

Gl. West side of Axe} Edge; Hogshaw Brook, Buxton; clough near old 
tollbar, Fernilee; by Tunstead Farm, Chapel, Barker. 

Tl. Hulland Moss. 


H. vernicosum Lindb. Amblystegium Lindb. H. pellucidum Wils. 
Mountain bogs. Rare. 
First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 
Gl. Kinderscout, Natt. (Whitehead and Holt). 


H. revolvens Sw. 

Mountains bogs. Rather rare. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

Gl. Car Meadow; Kinderscout, Nat;. Whatford Wood, near Buxton, Ley 
(1874). R. Sett, below Edale Cross; Oyster Clough, near the Snake Inn. 

Tl. Hulland Moss, 


Var. Cossoni Ren. H. Cossoni Schimp. 
Gl. Kinderscout, Holt in N.D.M, 


Var. intermedium Lindb. 
Mountain bogs. Rare. 
First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 
Gl. Kinderscout; Car Meadow," Hayfield BFl. Ashton 
G2. Umberley Brook, Chatsworth. 
Tl. Hullandi Moss. 


416 HYPNACEE. 


H. scorpioides J. 
Wet moorland. Rare. 
First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 
Gl. Fairbage Moor, near Glossop, Nat'. and N.D.M. (Whitehead). 
G2. Umberley Brook, Chatsworth. 


H. commutatum Hedw. <Amblystegium glaucum Lindb. 

Streams, ditches, bogs. Frequent. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Matlock, Hb. Mason. Buxton; Monk’s Dale, Ley. Monsal Dale, 
Armitage. Dovedale, N.H. Tutb. Ashwood Dale; Miller’s Dale, Barker. 
Conies Dale, Peak Forest; Via Gellia; springs below Wormhill; R. Bradford, 
below Youlgreave. é ‘ 

G1. Whitebottom Wood, Charlesworth; Kinderscout, Nat’. Hollinworth 
Clough, Barker. RR. Sett, near Hayfield; Ashop Clough; Fairbrook, near the 
Snake Inn; Hood Brook, under Stanage Edge; Grinds Brook, Edale. 

G2. Stream at Froggatt; Otterdale. 

P. Markland Grips (a form near H. virescens, f. C.H. Binstead); Scar- 
cliffe Park. 

T1. Bog below Bradley Wood; ditch west of Longford Church; Snelston 
limequarries. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Winshill, Hb. Mason. Repton Rocks, Pwrchas. 

A variety unnamed occurs by R. Dakin, below Alport, Barker. <A very 
slender variety, unnamed, occurs at Cressbrook, Barker. 

H. faleatum Brid. Aimblystegium Lindb. 

Mountain bogs; springs and streams in limestone dales. Not uncommon. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

L. Ashwood Dale; Miller’s Dale; Cressbrook, Barker. Buxton, Ley 
(1869). Dovedale, Nowers. Conies Dale, Peak Forest. 

G1. West side of Axe Edge; Wildmoor Clough; Goyt’s Bridge; foot of 
Bonsall Plane, Barker. Bog on Kinderscout, Natt. William Clough; Jaggers 
Clough, above Hope; Oyster Clough, near the Snake Inn. 

P. Markland Grips, Clowne. 

T3. Repton Rocks, Hb. Mason. 


Var. virescens Schimp. #H. vireseens Boulay. 

L. Monsal Dale, Holt in N.D.M. Miller’s Dale, and a form with para- 
phyllia in Chee Dale, Barker. Springs below Wormhill; Lathkil Dale. 

G1. Blackdean Brook, Woodlands. 
H. incurvatum Sechrad. Stereodon Mitt. 

Mountain rocks, especially limestone. Rare. 

First record, N.D.M., 1894. 

L. Duke's Drive, Buxton, N.D.M. Monk’s Dale, Barker in N.D.M. 
H. cupressiforme ZL. Stercodon Brid. 

Rocks, walls, trees, bare ground. Common. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

Abundant everywhere. 


HYPNACES. 417 


Var. resupinatum Schimp. H. resupinatum Wils. 

ag Dovedale, Ley. Cressbrook; near Youlgreave, Barker. Above Lover’s 
Leap, Buxton; Conies Dale, Peak Forest; Monk’s Dale; Wormhill; Hartle 
Dale, Bradwell; between Thorpe and Sandybrook. 
~ Gl. Near Whaley Bridge, N.D.M. Car Meadow, near Hayfield, Natt. 
(Holt). Chapel; Fernilee, Barker. Grinds Brook, Edale. 

P. Scarcliffe Park; Pleasley Park; Cresswell Crags. 

Tl. Ednaston; east of Mercaston; by Brailsford Brook; by large pond 
near Yeldersley Hall; Lower Thurvaston, Longford; Snelston limequarries; 
between Trusley and Dalbury. 


Var. jiliforme Brid, 
L. Via Gellia ? 
G2. Harper Lees, Hathersage. 


Var. ericetorum B. & S. 
G1. Among heather, Charlesworth Coombs, Natt. Near Ladder Hill, 
Fernilee, Barker. Axe Edge. 


Var. uncinatulum Bry, Eur, 
Gl. Near Whitehall, between Buxton and Whaley; Fernilee; Chapel; 
near Wythen Lache; near Lightwood Reservoirs, Barker. 


Var. tectoruwm Brid, 

G1. Ashwood Dale; Miller’s Dale; Chee Dale; Cressbrook, N.D.M. Great 
Rocks Dale; Hindlow, Barker. Dovedale ; Lathkil Dale. 

Gl. By Lightwood Reservoirs, Buxton, Barker. 

G2. By stream below Cratcliffe Wood, Birchover. 

P. Belph Moor, Whitwell. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Cubley Brook. 


Var. elatum B. & S. 
L. Miller’s Dale, Wilson in Braithw. 


H. Patientiae Lindb. Stereodon arcuatum Lindb. Hypnum Lindb. 

On the ground among rocks, by streams, in woods. Not uncommon. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

L. Chelmorton, N.D.M. 

G1. Stirrup Wood, Natt. At Combes Reservoir; between Tunstead and 
Spire Hollins, and in Green Lane, Chapel; old road near Mosley Hall; path 
between Madscar and Shady Oak, Fernilee, Barker. Brook above Wash, Chapel. 

Tl. Snelston limequarries (¢. C. H. Binstead); by Black Brook, Mug- 
ginton; clay fallows, Yeldersley Lane, near Shirley. 


H. molluscum Hedw. Ctenidium Mitt. 
Limestone and sandstone rocks and soil, banks, boggy ground. Frequent. 
First record, Engl. Bot., 1804. 


DD 


418 HYPNACER. 


L. Ashwood Dale; Ravensdale, Ley. Cales Dale; Horseshoe and Back 
Dales; Monk’s Dale; Chee Dale; near Taddington, Barker. Middleton Dale ; 
Ashford ; Dovedale, with fruit, Purchas. Matlock, with fruit, #.B. Castleton, 
Carr. Bradwell, Snelgrove. Great Rocks Dale, with fruit. 

Gl. In Green Lane, and above Combes Reservoir, Chapel, Barker, Kins 
derscout, Natt. Under Back Tor, Edale; Fairbrook, near the Snake Inn. 

G2. Umberley Brook, Chatsworth; Harper Lees, Hathersage. 

C. Millthorpe, Holmesfield. 

P. Pleasley Park; Scarcliffe Park; Upper Langwith; Markland \Grips; 
Cresswell Crags; Belph Moor, 

Tl. Mickleover, Painter, Natt. Roadside, Cubley Common; Corley, near 
Bradley ; Hulland Moss; clay fields, Yeldersley Lane, 

T3. Calke, Bloram. ‘Ticknall; Repton Rocks, Purchas (1862). Bank of 
road above Smisby, 


Var. condensatum Schimp. 

L. Horseshoe Dale; Deep Dale. 

G1. Kinderscout, Holt in Fl. Ashton. Blackdean Brook, near the Snake 
Inn ; William Clough. 

G2. Harper Lees, Hathersage; Padley Wood, Grindleford. 


Var. fastigiatum Bosw. 
“* Derbyshire,” Dzxon’s Handbook B.N.; Natt., 1899, 64. 
L. Dove Holes, Dovedale, Holmes in Braithw. Hartle Dale, Bradwell. 


H. palustre LZ. Amblystegiwm Lindb. 

Rocks and stones, by streams, or in damp places. Frequent. 

First record, Buaxton’s B.G., 1849. 

L. Castleton; Miller’s Dale, N.D.M. Cromford, Hb. Mason. Millwheel, 
Monsal Dale, Armitage. Dovedale, Pwrchas. Ashwood Dale; Chee Dale; 
Cressbrook; Horseshoe Dale, Barker. Monk’s Dale; north side of Diamond 
Hill, Buxton. - 

Gl. Chapel-en-le-Frith; Fernilee; Mellor, N.D.M. Stones in the river 
near Marple, Buxton. By railway above Combes Reservoir; Shallcross Plane, 
Fernilee, Barker. River Noe, Edale. 

G2. Stream from Stoke Flat, above Froggatt. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Black Brook, Mugginton, and near Cross o’ th’ 
hands; Thurvaston, Marston Montgomery; Cubley Brook, and between Cubley 
Common and Riddings; between Wyaston and Yeaveley. 

T3. By the Melbourne Road, Derby Hills; Ticknall; Calke, Purchas. 


H. ochraceum Zurn. Amblystegiwm Lindb. 
Mountain streams, on rocks, or soil. Frequent and abundant. 
First record, Pwrchas, 1864, 
L. Chee Dale; Dovedale, Barker. R. Dove, by Chrome Hill. 


HYPNACER. 419 


G1. Little Hayfield, with fruit, Nat‘. (Holt), Stirrup Wood; Charlesworth 
Coombs; Kinderscout, N.D.M. Hogshaw Brook; Goyt’s Clough; Wildmoor 
Clough; in the Goyt, Fernilee ; foot of Bonsall Plane; Combes; Chapel; Hollin- 
worth Clough, Barker. Grinds Brook and near Edale Head; Nether Moor, 
Jaggers Clough; William Clough; above Hogshaw Reservoir, Buxton. 

G2, East Moor, Baslow, Purchas (J. M. Mello). Bar Brook; Padley Wood 
Grindleford ; Harper Lees, Hathersage, 

C. Greave’s Piece, near Horsley Gate, 

Tl. Brookside, Mercaston towards Mugginton. 


Var. flaccidum Milde. 
Gl. Hollinworth Clough, Barker. Roych Clough, Chapel; R. Westend, 
Derwent. 


H. stramineum Dicks, Aimblystegium De Not. 

Bogs and wet places on mountains, Not uncommon, 

First record, The Naturalist, 1886. 

Gi, Charlesworth Coombs; Kinderscout, Natt. South of Barren Clough, 
Bugsworth ; old road, Fernilee to Buxton ; marsh south of Ladder Hill; Wild- 
moor Clough ; R, Goyt, near its source ; moor between Long Hill and Errwood 
Combes Moss; Grinds Brook, Edale, Barker. Goyt’s Moss; William Clough; 
R. Westend; east side of Corbar Hill. 

G2, Bar Brook, Baslow; Umberley Brook, Chatsworth; Burbage Brook. 
and wet ground above Padley Wood, 

Tl. Bog below Bradley Wood ; Hulland Moss, 

H. cordifolium Hew. Amblystegium De Not. 


Margins of pools, marshes. Not uncommon. 

First record, Purchas, 1860, 

G1, Mellor, Natt, Among willows, north end of Combes Reservoir, Chapel; 
moor between Long Hill and Errwood, Barker. Marsh by R. Noe, Edale. 

C. Claypits, Breadsall Moor, Painter, Derb. Arch. d: N.H. Soc., 1897. 

Tl. Marsh, Yeldersley Lane; by Bradley Brook; pond between Cubley 
Brook and Birchwood Moor ; roadside near Foston Woodhouse, 

T3. Cauldwell, Hb. Mason. Pond between Knowl Hills and Ingleby, 
Purchas. Stanton, near Burton, N.H. Tutb. 


H. cuspidatum Ll. <Amblystegium De Not. 

Wet fields, marshes, Very common and generally distributed, and not 
unfrequently fruiting. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 


Var. cespiticium Whitehead MS. 
L. Monsal Dale, Dixon’s Handb. B.M. 


Var. pungens Schimp. 
L. Monk’s Dale, Barker. 


420 HYPNACER. 


H. Schreberi Willd. Hylocomiwn parietinum Lindb. 

Dry grassy slopes, woods, heaths. Frequent. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

lL. Chee Dale, N.D.M. Dovedale, Hb. Mason. Buxton, Ley (1870). Cales 
Dale; Horseshoe Dale, Barker. 

G1. Charlesworth Coombs; Kinderscout, Natt. Fernilee; Chapel; Wild- 
moor Clough; foot of Bonsall Plane; old dip near Whitehall, road from Whaley 
to Buxton, Barker. Edale. 

G2. Burbage Brook; Mag Clough, Grindleford; between Little Eaton and 
Brackley Gate. 

P. Langwith Wood. 

Tl. Ashbourne, Hb. Mason. Yeldersley. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Repton Rocks, Hb. Mason. 


IHYLOCOMIUM 2. § 8. 


H. splendens 2. § 8. Hypnun Hedw. Hylocomium proliferum Lindb. 

Woods, dales, bushy banks. Frequent. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Dovedale, Garner. Horseshoe Dale; near Taddington, Barker. Crom- 
ford, Hb. Mason. Matlock Bath, Gem of the Peak. Conies Dale, Peak Forest ; 
Lathkil Dale ; Harper Hill, Buxton. 

G2. Froggatt; near Kirk Ireton. 

P, Langwith Wood; Markland Grips. 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Ticknall, Painter, Natt. 


H. brevirostre 2. § 8. Hypnum Ehrh. 
Mountain woods, dales. Rare. 
First record, Wilson, Bry. Brit., 1855. 
L. Chee Dale, with fruit, N.D.M@. North side of Diamond Hill, Buxton. 
Gl. Charlesworth Coombs, Natt. 


H. loreum #. § 8S. Hypnwn LU. 

Mountain rocks, bushy places. Rare. 

First record, Bloxram MS., 1833. 

L. Dovedale, Garner. 

G1. Charlesworth Coombs ; Kinderscout, Natt. Wood near Whaley Bridge, 
with fruit, N.D.M. 

T3. Calke, Bloxam. 


H. squarrosum 2. § 8S. Hypnum L. 

Grassy places, banks. Very common. 

First record, Bloram MS., 1833. 

L. Pig Tor, Buxton, with fruit, Ley (1870). Duke’s Drive, Buxton, 
Barker. 

Gl, Charlesworth Coombs, with fruit, Natt. 

Tl. Mickleover ; Littleover ; Etwall; Radbourn, Bindley. 


HYPNACES, 421 


T3, Old bridge, Calke Mill, and Repton Rocks, with fruit, Purchas (1862), 
A form with the leaves homomallous at the ends of the branches occurs in 
Dovedale, and on the grit under Burbage Edge, near Buxton. 


Var. calvescens (Wils.). 
Gl. Near Whaley Bridge, N.D.M. Mellor, Nat? 


H. triquetrum 2. ¢ 8. Hypnun L. 

Dry hedgebanks, hill slopes, woods. Frequent. 

First record, Bloxam MS., 1833. 

L. Dovedale, Garner. Cromford, Hb. Mason. Cales Dale; Horseshoe 
Dale, Barker, Ashford; near Kniveton; Harper Hill, Buxton. 

Gl. Fernilee; Chapel, Barker, 

P. Langwith Wood; Scarcliffe Park. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Roadside, Derby Road, Ashbourne, 

T3. Calke, Bloram. Repton, Painter, Natt. Bank of road above Smisby. 


H. rugosum De Not. Hypnumn Ebrh. 

Limestone dales, among limestone debris. Rather rare. 

First record, Garner, 1844. 

L. Chee Dale; Miller’s Dale; Dovedale, N.D.M. Tideswell Dale; Ravens- 
dale, very luxuriant, Ley (1881). Between Middleton Dale and Eyam, Purchas. 
Between Taddington and Miller’s Dale, Barker. Deep Dale, Kingsterndale. 


422 


HEPATICAK. 


ERY little was done in this class until late in the last 

century, and older notices are decidedly meagre, but during 

the last thirty years the country has been explored by several 

workers, more especially in its northern parts, and a considerable 
number of species collected. 

The long-felt want of a satisfactory work on the British 
Hepatice has at length been richly supplied by Mr. W. H 
Pearson’s splendid monograph just completed, which has been 
most useful in making out our Derbyshire forms. Mr, G. A. 
Holt kindly supplied me with a list drawn from his own 
herbarium and those of Messrs. Pearson, Whitehead and Wild ; 
Mr. Mason of Burton-on-Trent lent his specimens, mostly of Mid 
and South Derbyshire, for inspection, and the records thus 
obtained, together with my own discoveries, constitute the bulk 
of the 96 species which are so far known for the County. 

The climatic features which make Derbyshire so_ prolific 
in Mosses have the same effect in Hepatics; and there is a 
similar limitation of species to particular formations, 5 being 
found on limestone only, 6 on limestone and Permian, 28 on 
grit or grit sand, and 5 on wet moorland or marshes. There 
are a few which are of special interest owing to their rarity or 
to their occurrence in the County being a considerable extension 
from previously recorded localities, such as Hygrobiella laavfolia 
(Westmorland, Yorkshire), Lophocolea spicata (Cornwall, N. Wales, 
Inverness), Targionia hypophylla (W. Yorkshire), on both sides 
of the Dove in Dovedale, and Anthoceros punctatus. Although 
the present list amounts to a fair representation of this class for 
the County, there are still several species not yet noticed which 
may be expected to occur and to be brought to light by further 
investigation. 


JUBULEE. 423 


SUB-ORDER 1. JUNGERMANNIACEA. 


TRIBE 1, JUBULEZ. 
FRULLANIA add. 


F. Tamarisci Dum. Jungermannia L. 

On rocks, principally limestone, Locally abundant, 

First record, Garner, 1844. 

L. Miller’s Dale, Hb. Whitehead. Chee Dale; Monsal Dale ; Ravensdale, 
Hb. Holt. Dovedale, Garner. Bradwell, Snelgrove. Lathkil Dale ; Dimmins- 
dale, Ashford; Deep Dale, near Kingsterndale; Brassington Rocks; near 
Bradbourn Mill, 

Gl. Rocks under Back Tor, Edale ; Oyster Clough, Woodlands, 

P. Cresswell Crags ; Markland Grips, Clowne. 
F. dilatata Dum. Jungermannia L. 

On trees, rocks and walls, especially on limestone. Not uncommon, 

First record, Gem of the Peak, 1840, 

L. On trees, Chee Dale; Monsal Dale, Hb. Whitehead, Ashwood Dale, 
with fruit ; Taddington Dale, Hb. Holt. Matlock, Bindley. Dovedale. 

P. In a hedge at Upper Langwith. 

Tl. On elder in Shirley Park. 

T3, Near Burton, Hb. Mason. 


LEJHBUNIA Libert. 
L. serpyllifolia Lib. Jungermannia Dicks. 

On rocks and trees, especially on limestone. Not uncommon, 

First record, Holt MS., 1896. 

L. Chee Tor, Hb. Wild. Ashwood Dale ; Ravensdale, Hb. Holt. Monk’s 
Dale ; Monsal Dale ; Dovedale ; Via Gellia ; Great Shacklow Wood, Ashford. 

P. Markland Grips, Clowne, 

Var. cavifolia Lindb, 

L. Monsal Dale ? 

L. calearea Lib L. echinata Tayl. Jungermannia hamatifolia v. echinata 

Hook. 

On shady limestone rocks. Rather rare. 

First record, The Natwralist, 1884. 

L. Ashwood Dale; Miller’s Dale; Chee Tor; Taddington Dale; The 
Winnatts, Hb. Holt. Cressbrook; Lathkil Dale in a cave about a mile from 
Monyash; Via Gellia; Conies Dale, Peak Forest; Great Rocks Dale, near 
Buxton, 

L. Rossettiana Massal. 

On shady limestone rocks. Rare. 

First record, J.B., 1889, 353. 

L. Castleton; Chee Dale, Hb. Whitehead. Miller’s Dale (1882); The 
Winnatts (1882); Ravensdale (1884); Ashwood Dale, Hb. Holt. Via Gellia, and 
near Griff Grange ; in a small dale near Snitterton; Dovedale. 


424 JUNGERMANNIE. 


TRIBE 2. JUNGERMANNIEA. 
RADULA Dun. 


1p complanata Dum. Jungermannia L. 

On trees mostly, also on rocks. Not uncommon. 

First record, Gem of the Peak, 1840. 

L. Taddington Dale; Via Gellia; Great Rocks Dale, near Buxton; Dove- 
dale; between Hopton Works and Wirksworth; roadside near Bradbourn 
Mill; between Kniveton and Corley. 

P. In a hedge at Upper Langwith. 

Tl. Slack Lane, Brailsford; Brickkiln Lane, Shirley, and Shirley Brook; 
Yeldersley, laneside towards Ednaston Lodge; near Rodsley. 


PORELLA UDill. 
P. platyphylla Lindb. Jungermannia L. 


Rocks and trees, especially on limestone. Common. 

First record, Holt MS., 1896. 

L. Walls, Castleton, Hb. Whitehead. Ashwood Dale; Miller’s Dale ; Ravens- 
dale, with fruit, Hb. Holt. Dovedale, Hb. Mason. Via Gellia; Great Shacklow 
Wood, Ashford; Lathkil Dale; Taddington Dale; Deep Dale, Kingsterndale ; 
Wardlow; Conies Dale, Peak Forest; near, Bradbourn Mill; Bradwell Dale ; 
near Thorpe. 

P. Cresswell Crags; Markland Grips, Clowne. 

Tl. By Henmoor Brook, near Corley. 

T3. Near Burton, Hb. Mason. 


BLEPHAROZIA Dun. 


B. ciliaris Dwn. Jungermannia L. Ptilidium Nees. 

Heaths, rocky moorland. Not uncommon. 

First record, Manch. Crypt. Soc., 1879. 

Gl. Charlesworth Coombs, Hb. Whitehead. Stirrup Wood, Fl. Ashton. 
Combes Moss; sources of Grinds Brook, 2000 feet; under Cuckoo Tors, Hogshaw 
Reservoirs. 

G2. Curbar Edge; near the stream on Froggatt Edge. 

Tl. Hulland Moss. 

B. pulcherrima Lindh. Jungermannia Hoftm. 

On woods or rocks. Rare. 

First record, The Flora. 

T1, On tree trunks, Black Wood, Mickleover, Bindley. Bradley Wood. 


TRICHOCOLEBA Nees. 


T,. tomentella Dun. Jungermannia Ehrh. 
Swampy places by mountain streams. Rare. 
First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 
G1. Kinderscout; Stirrup Wood, in both places with fruit, Fl, Ashton, 
G2. By Umberley Brook, near Chatsworth. 


JUNGERMANNIE, 425 


BLEPHAROSTOMA Dwn. 

B. trichophylla Dum. Jungermannia L. 

Damp moorland, mountain slopes. Rather rare. 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888, 
' L. North side of Diamond Hill, Buxton; Conies Dale, Peak Forest. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood, Fl. Ashton. Back Tor, Edale; Wildboar Clough, 
Crowden. 

G2. Hipper Sick, near Chatsworth, 

C. Nether Loads, Old Brampton, 


LEPIDOZIA Dum. 
L. reptans Dum. Jungermannia L. 

Woods, rocky slopes, preferring sand and gritstone. Frequent and abundant. 

First record, N.A. Twutb., 1863, 

L. On birch stems, Ashwood Dale, 

G1. Abundant in Stirrup Wood (1883), Holt & Whitehead in Fl. Ashton. 
Ashopton; Goyt’s Moss; Hollingworth Clough, north of Hayfield; Combes Moss ; 
sources of Grinds Brook, 2000 feet; Bleaklow Hill; Grinah Stones; near the 
Snake Inn; Higher Cliff, Strines. 

G2. Black Rocks, Cromford, Gibbs. Robin Hood’s Stride, near Birchover ; 
Bar Brook, above Baslow; Harland Edge, Beeley; Harper Lees, Hathersage ; 
Littlemoor Wood, and on Dethick Common; rocky wood near Whatstandwell 
Station ; Curbar Edge. 

C. Linacre Wood, Old Brampton. 

Tl. Edlaston Coppy; Bradley Wood; Shirley Park. 

T2. On sandstone rocks in woods south of Dale. 

T3. Repton Rocks, Hb. Mason, 

L. Pearsoni Spruce. J.B., 1881, 34. 

On rocky banks among mountains, Very rare. 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

Gl. Kinderscout (1884), Hbb. Whitehead d& Holt. 

L. setacea Witt. Jungermannia Web. 

Damp moorland, Not uncommon. 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

G1. Charlesworth Coombs; Kinderscout, Fl, Ashton. Hollinworth Clough, 
north of Hayfield; Combes Moss; Wildboar Clough, near Crowden; Grinah 
Stones, Bleaklow Hill; Fairbrook, and Birchin.Clough, near the Snake Inn. 

G2. Harland Edge, Beeley; Blake Brook, above Baslow ; Hipper Sick, 
near Chatsworth; near Bole Hill, Eyam Moor. 


BAZZANIA Gr. § B. 
B. trilobata Gr. § B. Jungermannia L. 
Shady rocky banks. Rare. 
First record, Manch. Crypt. Soc., 1879. 
G2. Charlesworth Coombs, with fruit (1879), Hb. Whitehead. Kinderscout, 
with fruit, Fl. Ashton. 


426 JUNGERMANNIE&. 


KANTIA Gr. ¢ B. 


K. Trichomanis Gr. § B. Mnium L. Jungermannia Dicks, 

Banks, moors, woods, &c. Frequent. 

First record, Gem of the Peak, 1840. 

L. In heather near Sheldon; Back Dale near Hindlow. 

G1, Charlesworth Coombs, Kinderscout, Fl. Ashton. Stenior Clough, 
Hb. Whitehead. R. Sett, near Hayfield; Goyt’s Moss; Wildboar Clough, 
Crowden; Black Cloughs, above Woodhead; Birchin and Oyster Cloughs, near 
the Snake Inn; Higher Cliff, Strines. 

G2. Black Rocks, Cromford, Gibbs. Higgar Tor, near Hathersage ; moor- 
land above Beeley; Umberley Brook, Chatsworth; Dethick Common. 

C. Leys Fen, Old Brampton; roadside near Dale. 

Tl. Cupiss Lane near Mercaston, Mugginton; Hulland Moss; Cross o’ th’ 


hands; Wyaston towards Rodsley; Findern, marshes by the railway; Bradley 
Wood. 


T2. Marshy flats north of Sandiacre. 

T3. Near Burton, Hb. Mason.i 
K. Sprengelii Wart. Jungermannia Mart. 

Damp shady banks, woods, quarries. Rather rare. 

First record, M.H.C. Rep., 1902. 

G1. Bank Hall, Chapel-en-le-Frith ; Higher Cliff, Strines. 

G2. Quarries between Little Eaton and Brackley Gate; Hipper Sick, near 
Chatsworth ; Dethick Common. 

C. Linacre Wood, Old Brampton. 

Tl. Hdlaston Coppy; Shirley Park ; boggy ground by Bradley Brook. 
K. arguta Lindb. Calypogeia Mont. & Nees. 

Damp clay banks, by streams and in woods. Not infrequent. 

First record, The Flora. 

L. Back Dale, near Hindlow. 

G1. Ashop River, near the Snake Inn; Blackdean Brook; Higher Cliff, 
Strines ; brook near Malcoff, Chapel. 

G2. Small stream in Padley Wood, Grindleford. 

C. Linacre Wood; between Nether Loads and Hallcliff Farm, Old 
Brampton. 

Tl. Bank of lane between Bradley and Hole-in-the- Wall. 


CHPHALOZIA Dum. 


C. lunuleefolia Dun. C. multiflora Spruce. 

Moors and heaths. Frequent, mostly sterile. 

First record, N.H. Tuwtb., 1863. 

Gl. Kinderscout, Hb. Holt. Charlesworth Coombs, Hb. Whitehead. Stirrup 
Wood, Hb. Wild. Near Woodhead, Fl. Ashton. Grinah Stones, Bleaklow Hill. 

G2. Cromford Moor; Hipper Sick, near Chatsworth; Bar Brook, near 
Baslow ; stream from Stoke Flat, near Froggatt. 

C. Ley’s Fen, Old Brampton ; Blake Brook, near Baslow. 


JUNGERMANNIE, 42.7 


Tl. Marshy ground by canal, below Findern, 
T3. Repton Rocks (C. connivens) N.H. Tutb. 


C. bicuspidata Dum. Jungermannia L. 

Woods, banks, moors, etc. Common, 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

L. Hartle Dale, Bradwell; on birch trunks in Ashwood Dale. 

G1. Stirrup Wood; Charlesworth Coombs; Woodhead, Hb. Whitehead. 
Ashop Clough and Birchin Clough, near the Snake Inn; Blackdean Brook, and 
Fairbrook ; Allport Dale; near Oxdale Lodge, Ringinglow; Grinds Brook, Edale. 

G2. Bar Brook, Baslow; Umberley Brook, Chatsworth; Kelstedge; quarries 
between Little Eaton and Brackley Gate; Froggatt; Littlemoor Wood, Dethick. 

C. Quarry in Hardwick Park. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Shirley Park; Bradley Wood; Edlaston Coppy. 

T2. Woods south of Dale. 

T3. Repton Rocks, N.H. Tutb. Near Burton, Hb. Mason. 

C. Lammersiana Spruce. Jungermannia Hueben, C. bicuspidata v. uliginosa 

Nees. 

Damp moorland, wet places. Frequent. 

First record, The Flora. 

L. Near Taddington. 

Gl. Goyt’s Moss; Bagshaw, near Chapel; Chinley Hills; MHollinworth 
Clough, and moorland above Hayfield; Edale Head, and near Edale Cross ; 
Grinah Stones, Bleaklow Hill; Ashop Clough. 

G2. Harland Edge, Beeley; Gardom’s Edge, and Bar Brook, Baslow ; 
Harper Lees, Hathersage; Bechagg Wood, Froggatt; Dethick Common. 

P, Scarcliffe Park. 

Tl. Corley, near Bradley; Hulland Moss; Shirley Park. 

T3. Near Burton, Hb. Mason. 

C. heterostipa Carr. § Spruce. Jungermannia inflata v. heterostipa Lindb. 

Damp rocks among mountains, 

First record, Holt MS., 1896. 

Gl. Kinderscout, with fruit (1881), Hbb. Holt & Whitehead. 

C. Sphagni Spruce. Jungermannia Dicks. Odontoschisma Dum. 

Damp moorland. Kare. 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

Gl. Kinderscout (1883), Hb. Holt. Stirrup Wood, Holt in Pearson. 

C. denudata Spruce. Jungermannia Nees. Odontoschisma Dum. 

Rotten trunks or sandstone, Rare. 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

G1. Stirrup Wood (1878), Hb. Wild. 

C. divaricata Dun. Jungermannia Sm. 

Moorland, shady banks, rotten wood. Frequent. 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

L. Cressbrook Dale, and near Wardlow Mires; Deep Dale and Back Dale; 
near Kingsterndale; Conies Dale, Peak Forest. 


428 JUNGERMANNIES, 


Gl. Kinderscout, Fl. Ashton. R. Sett, above Hayfield; Grinah Stones, 
Bleaklow Hill; Birchin Clough, near the Snake Inn; Ashop Clough. 

G2. Bar Brook, Baslow; Harper Lees, Hathersage; Harland Edge, Beeley; 
White Edge, above Froggatt; Dethick Common; quarries between Little Haton 
and Brackley Gate. 

C. Ramsley Moor, Old Brampton. 

_ Tl. Hulland Moss; Shirley Park; Hdlaston Coppy; limestone quarries, 
Snelston Common; railway bank south of Mickleover Station; bog below Bradley 
Wood; Old Yeldersley; Ednaston, Brailsford. 

C. stellulifera Zuyl. MSS. 

Banks, and among rocks and stones. Rare. 

First records, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 1842, 516; Phyt., 1833 and 1844, 

G2. Crich (Wilson, 1831), Hb. Holt. 


HYGROBIELLA Spruce. 
H. laxifolia Spruce. Jungermannia Hook. 
Wet rocks by mountain streams. Rare. 
First record, The Flora. 
Gl. Blackdean Brook, Woodlands. 


SCAPANIA Dun. 
S. compacta Dun. Jungermannia Roth. 

Sand and grit rocks. Rare. 

First record, The Flora. 

G2, Stream from Stoke Flat, Froggatt. 

Tl. §S.E. side of Bradley Wood on sand rock, and on pathways in the 
wood, 

S. equiloba Dum. Jungermannia Schwaeg. 

Shady limestone rocks. Frequent. 

First record, Pearson, 1900. . 

L. Walls, Miller’s Dale; Castleton, Hb. Whitehead. Ashwood Dale; 
Ravensdale; Chee Dale; Monsal Dale, with fruit, Hb. Holt. Monk’s Dale; 
Via Gellia; Brassington Rocks. 

S. aspera Muell § Bern. 8. equiloba £. dentata Mass. 

Limestone rocks, rare elsewhere. Not uncommon. 

First record, M.H.C., Rep., 1901. 

L. Great Shacklow Wood; Monk’s Dale; Cressbrook; MHartle Dale, 
Bradwell; Lathkil Dale; Via Gellia; Deep Dale, Kingsterndale; Lover’s Leap, 
Buxton; Conies Dale, Peak Forest; Dovedale ; Brassington Rocks. 

G1. Combes Moss; Jarvis Clough, Ashopton. 

G2. Rocky woodland near Whatstandwell Station. 

C. By Fox Lane Plantation, near Baslow (named by S. M. Macvicar). 

P. Belph Moor, Whitwell; Markland Grips, Clowne. 

S. resupinata Dum. Jungermannia L. 

Shady rocks among mountains. Rare. 

First record, Gem of the Peak, 1840. 


JUNGERMANNIES, 429. 


L. Chee Dale, with fruit; Matlock, Hbb. Wild. and Holt. North side of 
Diamond Hill, var. minor. 

Gl, Under Burbage Edge, Buxton; under Back Tor, Edale. 

G2, Stream from Stoke Flat, Froggatt, var. minor (t. S. M. Macvicar),. 
S. nemorosa Dum, Jungermannia L. 

Woods, streamsides, damp roadsides, Frequent, 

First record (N.H. Tutb., 1863)? Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

L. Dovedale, N.H. Tutb.; probably mistaken for some other species, as 
S. nemorosa avoids limestone, 

G1. Stirrup Wood, with fruit, Hb. Whitehead. Combes Moss; Back Tor, 
and Grinds Brook, Edale; Cowburn, Chapel; Birchin Clough, and other streams 
near the Snake Inn, 

G2. Under White Edge, Froggatt; Bar Brook, Baslow; Littlemoor Wood, 
and by brook at Lea; near Kirk Ireton, 

C. Between Stubbinedge Court and Great Pond, Wingerworth; Mill- 
thorpe, Holmesfield. 

Tl. By pathway in Bradley Wood. 

S. undulata Dum. Jungermannia L. 

Recks in streams. Frequent. 

First record, Garner, 1844. 

L. In the Dove near its source, Garner. Dovedale, N.H. Tutb. Buxton, 
Bindley. 

Gl. Hayfield, Hb. Whitehead. Combes Moss; Crowden and Grindsbrook, 
Edale ; Cowburn, and above Wash, Chapel; William Clough; quarry, Hogshaw 
Reservoir, and brook below Nithen End, Buxton; near Black Clough, Wood- 
head; Ashop Clough, Blackdean Brook, Birchin Clough, near the Snake Inn; 
R. Westend. 

G2. Harland Edge, Beeley; stream from Stoke Flat, Froggatt; Umberley 
Brook, Chatsworth; Bar Brook, Baslow; Kelstedge; Hay Wood, Grindleford. 

C. Stream at Horsley Gate. ‘ ; 

S. purpurascens Zay/l. MSS. Jungermannia nemorosa v. purpurascens Hook. 

Wet rocks, swampy places. Not uncommon, 

First record, Holt MS., 1896. 

Gl. Kinderscout, Hb. Whitehead. Carmeadow near Hayfield; near 
Castleton, Hb. Holt. Bamford; Goyt’s Moss; cloughs above Woodhead and 
Crowden ; Grinds Brook, Edale, very fine; Ashop River, near the Snake Inn; 
Jarvis Clough, Ashopton. 

G2. Bar Brook, Baslow; Harland Edge, Beeley ; Umberley Brook, Chats- 
worth; Hall Dale, Rowsley ; Dethick Common. 

Tl. Hulland Moss, 

S. intermedia Husnot. 

Rocks in mountain streams. Rare. 

First record, The Flora. 

G2. Under Raven Tor, Beeley; Gardom’s Edge, and by Bar Brook, 


Baslow, 


430 JUNGERMANNIES. 


S. irrigua Dun. Jungermannia Nees. 

Wet moorland, mosses. Not uncommon. 

First record, The Natwralist, 1884. 

G1. Kinderscout (v. gemmipara), Hb. Whitehead (1884). Crowden Brook, 
and near Clough Farm, Edale; Tunstead, Chapel; Goyt’s Moss; by old road 
one mile south of Combes Edge, and east side of Corbar Hill. 

G2. Above Bar Brook, Baslow; moorland west of Whitedge Moor, Padley. 

Tl. Hulland Moss (M.H.C. Rep., 1900); marshy ground near the canal, 
below Findern; Shirley Park, and between it and Shirley Mill; between 
Bradley and Yeldersley. 

S. rosacea Dun. Jungermannia Corda. 
On damp rocks. Rare. 

First record, Holt MS., 1896. 

Gl. Woodhead, Hb. Whitehead. 

S. curta Dwn. Jungermannia Mart. 
Banks and paths in woodland. Rare. 
First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888 
Gl. Near Woodhead, Fl. Ashton. 


S. umbrosa Dun. Jungermannia convexa Scop. 

Rocks by mountain streams. Rather rare. 

First record, Manch. Crypt. Soc., 1880. 

G1. Woodhead, Hb. Whitehead. Under Back Tor, Edale ; Red Clough and 
Ashop Clough ; Fairbrook. 

G2. Under Raven Tor, near Beeley ; stream under White Edge, Froggatt ; 
Blake Brook, above Baslow ; Chatsworth, 


DIPLOPHYLLUM Dum. 


D. albicans Dum Jungermannia L. 

Rocks, banks, and walls. Frequent, 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

L. Dovedale, Bindley. Upper part of Cressbrook Dale, near Wardlow 
Mires, male plant ; Conies Dale, Peak Forest ; Back Dale, near Hindlow ; north 
side of Diamond Hill, Buxton. 

G1. Charlesworth Coombs ; Kinderscout, Fl. Ashton. R. Sett, above Hay- 
field ; Hollinworth Clough ; Combes Moss; Goyt’s Moss; Grinds Brook, and 
near Clough Farm, Edale, with fruit ; Hogshaw Lane, Buxton. 

G2. Black Rocks, Cromford, Gibbs. 3ar Brook, Baslow; Umberley 
Brook, Chatsworth ; Harland Edge, Beeley ; Froggatt ; Harper Lees, Hathersage, 
male ; Kelstedge ; Littlemoor Wood and Dethick Common. 

C. Quarry in Hardwick Park. 

Tl. Shirley Park; Bradley Wood; Edlaston Coppy; Cross o’ th’ hands, 
and near Black Brook, Mugginton, 

T2. Woods south of Dale. 

T3. Near Burton, Hb. Mason. Anchor Church, Bindley Repton Rocks. 


JUNGERMANNIER. 431 


D. Dicksoni Dum. Jungermannia ovata Dicks. J. Dicksoni Hook. 
Among rocks and on earth on mountains. Rare. 
First records, Fl. Ashton, 1888; Holt MS., 1896. 
Gl. Kinderscout, Hbb. Whitehead d& Holt (1882). 


LOPHOCOLBEA Dum. 
L. bidentata Dum Jungermannia L. 

Woods and banks, on earth, rotting wood, and stones. Common. 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

L. Miller’s Dale; near Buxton, Hb. Whitehead. Brassington Rocks. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood, Charlesworth, Hb. Whitehead. Castleton, Carr. 

P. Markland Grips, Clowne; Beiph Moor, Whitwell; Cresswell Crags; 
near Pleasley; Scarcliffe Park. 

Tl. Mickleover; Kirk Langley; Radbourn, Bindley. Shirley Park; Corley, 
near Bradley ; Longford ; Alkmonton. 

T3. Anchor Church, Bindley. Repton Rocks; Sharp’s Bottom, Hartshorn. 
L. cuspidata Limpr. L. bidentata v. cuspidata Nees. 

Woods, banks, on earth, stones, and wood. Not uncommon. 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

L. Near Taddington. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood, Hb. Wild. Near the Snake Inn; by R. Noe, Edale. 

G2. Rocky wood near Whatstandwell Station. 

C. Walton Wood, near Chesterfield. 

P, Pleasley Park; Markland Grips, Clowne. 

Tl. Edlaston Coppy; Longford; Shirley Park; Nether Biggin, near 
Hulland. 

T3. Sharp’s Bottom, Hartshorn. 

L. heterophylla Dum. Jungermannia Schrad. 

Base of trees, rotting stumps, stones, Frequent, 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

L. Stones and trees frequent, fruiting abundantly, Chee Dale; Ravensdale, 
Holt MS. Monk’s Dale; Masson Hill, and Via Gellia; Great Shacklow Wood; 
Ashwood Dale; Dovedale; Madge Boose, near Kniveton. 

G1. Stirrup Wood, Fl. Ashton. Ashop Clough. 

G2, Harper Lees, near Hathersage. 

C. Sutton Spring Wood, near Chesterfield; Ault Hucknall; Hardwick. 

P. Markland Grips; Langwith Wood; Scarcliffe Park; Pleasley Park. 

Tl. Mickleover; Littleover; Radbourn, Bindley. Shirley Park; by Bradley 
Brook; Edlaston Coppy; between Old Yeldersley and Brailsford; Black Brook, 
Mercaston ; Longford. 

T2, In woods south of Dale. 

T3. Foremark Bottoms; Sharp’s Bottom, Hartshorn. 

L. spicata Tay, 

Damp rocks in woods. Very rare. 

First record, The Flora. 

G2. Harper Lees, Hathersage. 


432, JUNGERMANNIE, 


CHILOSCYPHUS Dum. 
C. polyanthus Dum. Jungermannia L. 

Wet places in woods, in springs and streams. Frequent. 

First record, Fl, Ashton, 1888. 

L. Monsal Dale, Hb. Whitehead. Ashwood Dale; Chee Dale, with fruit, 
Hb. Holt. Taddington Dale; near Topley Pike. 

G1. Kinderscout, with fruit; near Glossop, Hb. Holt. Near J aggers 
Clough, under Win Hill; Hollinworth Clough, and R. Sett, near Hayfield; 
Combes Moss; Roych Brook, near Chapel; Higher Cliff, Strines; Grinds Brook, 
Edale; near Crowden; in a spring near the Snake Inn. 

G2. Froggatt; under Raven Tor, near Beeley; Hall Dale, near Rowsley ; 
by the brook at Lea; Whatstandwell, towards Matlock Bath; Chatsworth; Bar 
Brook, Baslow. 

Tl. Hulland Moss; marsh by the railway below Findern. 

T3. Repton Rocks. 


Var. rivularis Nees. 
L. Castleton, Hb. Holt. 
G1. Charlesworth Coombs, Hb. Whitehead. Kinderscout, Fl. Ashton. 
Tl. Brailsford Brook. , 


MYLIA Gr} § 3B. 


M. Taylori @r. § B. Jungermannia Hook. 

Wet moorland, moist rocks. Rare. 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

G1. Charlesworth Coombs, with fruit, Hb. Whitehead (1879). Kinderscout, 
Fl. Ashton. Sources of Grinds Brook, 2000 feet, and damp side of the clough, 
lower down. 

C. Leys Fen, near Baslow. 


M. anomala Gr. § B. Jungermannia Hook. 

Wet moorland, spongy sides of streams, etc, Rather rare. 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

Gl. Kinderscout, with fruit, Hb. Whitehead. Nethermoor, near Jaggers 
Clough. 

G2. Harland Edge, Beeley; Umberley Brook, near Chatsworth; Bar 
Brook, above Baslow; Burbage Brook; Hyam Moor, 


PEDINOPHYLLUM Lindo. 


P. interruptum Lindb. Plagiochila interrupta Dum, Jungermannia Nees. 
Leptoseyphus Mitt. 
Shady limestone rocks. Rare. 
First records, Syn. Hep., 1844; The Naturalist, 1883. 
L. Matlock (Wilson); Chee Dale; Miller’s Dale; Ravensdale, all with 
fruit, Hb. Holt. 


JUNGERMANNIES. 433 


PLAGIOCHILA Dum. 


P. asplenioides Dum. 

Shady woods, rocks. Not unfrequent. 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

L. Dovedale; Deep Dale, near Buxton; Lathkil Dale. 

Gl. Mellor, Fl. Ashton. 

G2. Gardom’s Edge, near Baslow. 

P. Cresswell Crags; Markland Grips; Scarcliffe Park. 

Tl. Cupiss Lane, Brailsford; between Sturston Mill and Underwood, and 
side of main road to Derby, Ashbourne; Rodsley, laneside towards Shirley. 

T3. Anchor Church, Bindley. 

Var. Dillenii Tayl. 

The small form, commoner than the type, and especially prevalent on 
limestone. 

L. Matlock; Wormhill, Hb. Whitehead. Ashwood Dale, frequent; Chee 
Dale; Miller’s Dale, Hb, Holt. Jennings Dale, Bradwell, Snelgrove. Cress- 
brook; Taddington Dale; Conies Dale, Peak Forest; Lathkil Dale; Dovedale, 
abundant; near Monyash; north side of Diamond Hill, Buxton. 

Gi. Near the Snake Inn; under Back Tor, Edale. 

G2. Harper Lees, Hathersage; Froggatt. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. 

[P. tridenticulata Tayl., published in The Naturalist, July 1881, belongs 
to P. Dijlenii, fide W. H. Pearson. ] 
P. spinulosa Dum. Jungermannia Dicks, 

Damp shady places, avoiding limestone. Rare. 

First record, The Flora. 

Gl. Under Back Tor, Edale. 

T3. Near Burton, Hb. Mason. 


JUNGERMANNIA 1. 


J. cordifolia, Hook. Aplozia Dum. 

Wet rocks, and by mountain streams. Rare. 

First record, M.E.C. Rep., 1900. _ 

Gl. Near Hayfield, M.E.C. Rep. Fairbrook, near the Snake Inn; Ashopton ; 
Grinds Brook, Edale ; R. Sett, above Hayfield. 

J. pumila With. Aplozia Dum. ' 

Wet rocks, mostly by streams. Rather rare. 

First record, The Naturalist, 1887. 

L. Near Buxton, Wilson (1831) in Natt. On damp rocks by the roadside, 
near Taddington ; Masson Hill, Matlock; Great Rocks Dale, near Buxton. 

Gl. Oyster Clough ; Blackdean Brook ; Ashop Clough, all near the Snake 
Inn ; roadside rocks above Slackhall, Chapel; Grinds Brook, and wooded slope 
above R. Noe, Edale. 

G2. Rocks above Froggatt ; Harper Lees, Hathersage ; Bar Brook, and 
brook near Robin Hood’s Inn, near Baslow. 


EE 


484 JUNGERMANNIESR, 


J. riparia Tayl. Aplozia Dum. 

Damp rocks, usually by streams or in shade, preferring limestone. Frequent, 

First found, Wilson, 1831 ; record, Holt MS., 1896. 

L. Castleton, Hb. Whitehead. Ashwood Dale; Miller’s Dale ; near Buxton 
(Wilson), Hb. Holt. Taddington Dale; Chee Tor; Monk’s Dale; Cressbrook ; 
Conies Dale, Peak Forest; Via Gellia; Hartle Dale, Bradwell; Dovedale, 
abundant ; north base of Harper Hill. 

Gl. Between the Snake Inn and Glossop, at the 1680 feet level ; Blackdean 
Brook; Fairbrook; Birchin Clough; Roych Clough, Chapel; Grinds Brook, 
Edale. 

G2, Umberley Brook, Chatsworth; Bar Brook, Baslow; Hay Wood, 
Grindleford, 

P. Markland Grips, Clowne, 


Var. minor Carr & Pears. 
L. Miller’s Dale; Monsal Dale; Ashwood Dale, Hb. Holt. 


J. spherocarpa Hook. Aplozia Dum. 


Damp rocks, among stones, by streams or among heather. Frequent at 
high levels. 


First record, Holt MS., 1896, 

L. Deep Dale, near Kingsterndale, M.H.C. Rep., 1899. Near Taddington ; 
R. Dove, near Chrome Hill. 

G1. Stirrup Wood; Edale, Hb. Whitehead. Kinderscout, Hb. Holt (1883). 
Goyt’s Clough; Combes Moss; Hollinworth Clough; William Clough; Roych 
Clough, near Chapel; Jarvis Clough, Ashopton; Ashop Clough, and Nether 
Yates Clough; Oyster Clough, and Birchin Clough, near the Snake Inn; below 
south end of Stanage Edge; brook below Nithen End, and north end of Axe 
Edge. 


G2. Umberley Brook, near Chatsworth; Bar Brook, Baslow; Curbar 
Edge; Redcar Brook, above Dore. 
Var. lurida (Dum.), <Aplozia Dum. J. nana Nees. 

A slight variety of J. spherocarpa; see Pearson, 298, 

First record, Manch. Crypt. Soc., 1880. 


Gl. Near Woodhead, Manch. Crypt. Soc. Mellor; Edale, Hb. Holt. 
Kinderscout, Fl. Ashton. 


J. crenulata Si. <Aplozia Dum, 
Moorland, damp banks. Not uncommon. 
First record, Holt MS., 1896, 


L. Quarry near Castleton, Hb, Holt. Deep Dale, near Kingsterndale, 
M.E.C. Rep., 1899. 


G1. Nether Yates Clough, and Ashop Clough. 
G2. Umberley Brook, Chatsworth; Harland Edge, Beeley. 


C. By Fox Lane Plantation, above Baslow; Monk’s Wood, near Sheep- 
bridge. 


Tl. By Black Brook, near Mugginton. 


JUNGERMANNIES. 435 


Var. gracillima Sm. Aplozia Dum. J. Genthiana Huebn. 

On damp rocks, by streams, in woods. Not uncommon, 

L. Ashwood Dale; Conies Dale, Peak Forest; Masson Hill, Matlock; on 
the higher ledges in Dovedale. 

G1. Near the Snake Inn; Blackdean Brook; Birchin Clough; Ashop 
Clough, and Nether Yates Clough; Grinds Brook, and near Clough Farm, Edale ; 
Goyt’s Moss; Chinley Hills; R. Sett, near Hayfield; Tunstead, near Chapel; 
Roych Clough, and Cowburn; Higher Cliff, Strines; Hogshaw Lane, and under 
Burbage Edge, Buxton, and east side of Corbar Hill. 

G2. Bechagg Wood, Froggatt; Bar Brook, Baslow; Hipper Sick, East 
Moor; Bakewell Lane, a little above the Station, Harper Lees, Hathersage ; 
Harland Edge, Beeley; Burbage Brook; Littlemoor Wood, near Dethick, 

C. Laneside near Bagthorpe Farm, Old Brampton. 

Tl. Shirley Park, by the brook. 


J. inflata, Huds. Gymnocolea Dum. 

Wet moorland, bogs and swamps. Frequent. 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

L. Hartle Dale, near Bradwell, a flagelliferous state, M.#.C. Rep., 1899. 

Gl. Hayfield; Kinderscout, Fl. Ashton. Woodhead, Hb. Whitehead. 
Combes Moss; Goyt’s Moss; Roych Clough, near Chapel; MHollinworth 
Clough, north of Hayfield; Crowden Brook, Edale; Oyster and Ashop Cloughs, 
Woodlands; Jarvis Clough, Ashopton. 

G2. Froggatt; Harland Edge, Beeley; Birchen Edge, and by Bar Brook, 
Baslow ; Curbar Edge; Redcar Brook, above Dore; Hall Dale, near Rowsley; 


Littlemoor Wood, and Dethick Common. 
Tl. Hulland Moss. 


Var. compacta Nees. 

G1. Near Edale Head, and under Back Tor; Nether Moor, Jaggers Clough ; 
by Burnt Hill, Hollinworth Clough. 

G2. Bar Brook. 

C. Ramsley Moor, near Baslow. 


J. turbinata Raddi. J. afinis Wils. Gymnocolea Dum. 

Damp limestone rocks and banks. Frequent. 

First record, Holt MS., 1896. 

L. Monsal Dale, male (1879); Miller’s Dale, with fruit (1882); Ashwood 
Dale and Ravensdale (1883); Burbage (Wild), Hb. Holt. Hartle Dale, near 
Bradwell; Conies Dale, Peak Forest; Great Shacklow Wood, Ashford; Deep 
Dale, near Buxton; Monk’s Dale; Lathkil Dale; Via Gellia, Masson Hill, and 
Wensley Dale, near Matlock; Dovedale; Brassington Rocks. 


J. bantriensis Hook. v. Muelleri Nees. Lophozia Dum. 
Damp limestone rocks and earth. Rather rare. 
First record, Holt MS., 1896. 


4386 JUNGERMANNIES. 


L. Ashwood Dale; Chee Tor; The Winnatts, Hb. Holt. Rocks on the 
north side of Diamond and Harper Hills; Taddington Dale; Deep Dale; Great 
Shacklow Wood; Hartle Dale, Bradwell; near Monyash; Brassington Rocks; 
Dovedale. (In M.H.C. Repp. for 1898 and 1899, some of the above were erroneously 
named J. alpestris, but were corrected by S. M. Macvicar and Herr Kaalaas.) 

P. Markland Grips, near Clowne. 


Var. acuta Lindenb. Lophozia Dum. 
L. Ashwood Dale; Ravensdale, Hb. Holt. Upper part of Dovedale beyond 
Lode Mill (named by S. M. Macvicar) ; Back Dale, near Hindlow. 


J. capitata Hook. J. exscisa Dicks. J. intermedia Lindenb. 

Earth among rocks and on banks. Rare. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

L. Great Rocks Dale, near Buxton. 

Tl. Laneside between Old Yeldersley and Hollies Farm, near Bradley ; 
between Shirley Park and Mill. 

T3. Repton Rocks, N.H. Tutb. 


J. bicrenata Schmidel. Lophozia Dum. 
Moist sandy places, turfy banks, rocks, limestone slopes. Rare. 
First record, The Flora. 
L. Upper part of Cressbrook Dale, near Wardlow Mires ; Dovedale. 
G2. Quarries between Little Eaton and Brackley Gate. 
Tl. Railway bank, south of Mickleover Station; sandstone at Edlaston 


Coppy. 


J. ventricosa Dicks. Lophozia Dum. 

Among rocks and heather, on moors and in woods. Frequent. 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

L. Conies Dale, Peak Forest ; Horseshoe and Deep Dales, near Buxton ; 
Dovedale. ; 

Gl. Kinderscout, with fruit ; Charlesworth Coombs, with fruit, Fl. Ashton. 
Edale ; on a wall at Mellor, Hb. Holt. Near Little Hayfield, Barker. Under 
Back Tor ; Chinley Hills ; Combes Moss ; Goyt’s Moss; Hogshaw Lane, Buxton ; 
Axe Edge ; Wildboar Clough, Crowden ; Ashop Clough; near Lady Bower Inn, 
Ashopton ; Birchin Clough, near the Snake Inn. 

G2. Harland Edge, and under Raven Tor, Beeley; Froggatt; Hipper 
Sick, Eastmoor; Bar Brook, and Birchen Edge, Baslow; Cromford Moor ; rocky 
wood near Whatstandwell Station; Littlemoor Wood, and Dethick Common ; 
quarries between Little Eaton and Brackley Gate. 

C. Quarry in Hardwick Park. 

T1. Sandstone rock at Bradley Wood; Shirley Park; on a heath by the 
railway below Findern. 

T3. Near Burton, Hb. Mason. Repton Rocks (the form J. Mildei G.). 


Var. porphyroleuca Nees. 
L. Horseshoe Dale, near Kingsterndale. 


JUNGERMANNIES, 437 


J. incisa Schrad. Lophozia Dum. 

Damp rocks, moorland, often by streams. Not uncommon. 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888, 

Gl. Near Woodhead, Fl, Ashton. Abundant in Grinds Brook, Edale, up 
to 1750 feet; at several places in Ashop Clough; Combes Moor, and Fairbrook, 
near the Snake Inn. 

G2. Under Raven Tor, near Beeley; Hipper Sick, East Moor; quarries 
between Little Eaton and Brackley Gate. 


J. exsecta Schmidel. Lophozia Dum, 

Rocky woodland. Rare. 

First record, J'he Flora. 

G2. Under Gardom’s Edge, Baslow; stream from Stoke Flat, Froggatt; 
rocky woodland near Whatstandwell Station ; quarries between Little Eaton 


and Brackley Gate. 


J. Lyoni Tul. J. quinquedentata Web. & Mohr. 

On shady banks and rocks, preferring limestone. Rather rare. 

First record, Holt MS., 1896. 

L. Ashwood Dale; Ravensdale; Chee Dale, Hb. Holt. Via Gellia; Monk’s 
Dale; Great Rocks Dale; Lover’s Leap, north side of Diamond Hill, and Deep 
Dale, near Buxton; Lathkil Dale; Hartle Dale, near Bradwell; Conies Dale, 
Peak Forest; Dovedale. 

Gl. Back Tor, Edale. 


J. gracilis Schizich. J. attenuata Lindenb. 

Rocky moorland slopes, heathland. Not uncommon, 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

G1. Charlesworth Coombs; Kinderscout; Woodhead, Fl. Ashton. Mellor, 
Hb. Whitehead. Back Tor, and by R. Noe, Edale; Combes Moss; Chinley 
Hills ; near Ladybower Inn, Ashopton; R. Sett, near its source; Grinah Stones, 
Bleaklow Hill; Birchin Clough, near the Snake Inn; Stanage Edge. 

G2. Harland Edge, Beeley ; Froggatt; Curbar Edge; Harper Lees, and 
near Higgar Tor, Hathersage ; Birchen and Gardom’s Edges, near Baslow; Hall 
Dale, Rowsley; rocky woodland near Whatstandwell Station; Black Rocks, 
Cromford; near Oxdale Lodge, Ringinglow; lane north east from Little Eaton. 

T2. Sandstone rocks by the pathway from Sandiacre to Stanton, 


J. barbata Schreb. Lophozia Dum. 
On shady rocks and banks. Rather rare. 
First record, Engl. Bot. (R. Teesdale, 1788), 1813. J. quinquedentata. 
L. Ravensdale, near Wardlow Mires; in grass above Monyash, 1000 feet. 
Gl. Grinah Stones, Bleaklow Hill; Hogshaw Lane, Buxton; Crowden, 


Edale, 
G2, Cromford Moor, Hngi. Bot. Gardom’s Edge, Baslow. 


488 JUNGERMANNIES. 


J. lycopodioides Wallr. Lophozia Cogn. 
Among rocks or on mountain moors. Rare. 
First record, The Flora. 
Gl. Goyt’s Moss; Chinley Hills; Rising Clough, near the Sheffield Road. 
C. Ramsley Moor, above Baslow. 


Var. Floerkii Web. & Mohr. 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

L. Ashwood Dale, Hb. Holt. 

G1. Kinderscout; Charlesworth Coombs; near Woodhead, Fl. Ashton. 
Chapel-en-le-Frith, Hb. Whitehead. Goyt’s Moss; Hollinworth Clough; R. Sett, 
above Hayfield; Combes Moss; William Clough; Grinds Brook, and Back Tor, 
Edale; near the Beet, Buxton; near the Snake Inn; Jarvis Clough, Ashopton ; 
Axe Edge. 

G2. Bar Brook, above Baslow; Curbar Edge; Redcar Brook, above Dore. 

C. Roadside above Unthank. 

T3. Near Burton, Hb. Mason. 


J. minuta Crantz. Diplophyllum Dum. 
Rocks on moorland. Very rare. 
First record, The Naturalist, 1882. 
Gl. Kinderscout, Hb. Holt (1881). Hayfield, Hb. Whitehead. 


NARDIA Gr. §& Benn. 


N. hyalina Carr. Jungermannia Lyell. Aplozia Dum. 

Moist clay banks. Rare. 

First record, The Natwralist, 1887. 

L. Near Buxton, with fruit, Wilson (1831) ‘x Natt. Probably in Dovedale, 
as it occurs on the Staffordshire side. 


N. obovata Carr. Southbya Dum. Jungermannia Carr. Eucalyx Lindb. 

Damp rocks by mountain streams. Rare. 

First record, The Flora. 

Gl. By R. Sett above Hayfield; below Wild Moor, near the Goyt; near 
source of a stream which descends from The Edge into Ashop Clough; Black- 
dean Brook; Birchin Clough, Fairbrook, and R. Ashop, near the Snake Inn ; 
abundant in Grinds Brook, Edale. 

G2. Stream from Stoke Flat, Froggatt. 


N. compressa (7. § B. Jungermannia Hook. Alicularia G.L.N. 

Mesophylla Dum. 

On rocks in and by mountain streams. Rather rare. 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

Gl. Kinderscout, Hb. Whitehead. Carmeadow, near Hayfield, Fl. Ashton. 
Near the head of Crowden Brook, 2000 feet; Wildboar Clough, and near Black 
Clough, Crowden ; Combes Moss ; Goyt’s Moss; Ashop and Birchin Cloughs; kh. 
Westend ; brook south of Nithen End, Buxton. 

G2. Umberley Brook, near Chatsworth. 


JUNGERMANNIES. 489 


N. scalaris Gr. § B.  Jungermannia Schrad, Mesophylla Dum, Alicularia 
Corda. 


Moorland slopes, banks and paths in woods, and among rocks. Frequent, 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

Gl. Kinderscout, Fl. Ashton. Edale, with fruit, Hb. Whitehead, Hayfield, 
with fruit, Hb. Holt. Back Tor; Crowden; Chinley Hills; Blackdean Brook ; 
Ashop Clough; Oyster Clough, and near Snake Inn; Higher Cliff, Strines ; 
Reeve Edge Quarry, Axe Edge. 

G2. Bar Brook, Baslow ; near Higgar Tor, Hathersage ; Froggatt ; Manners 
Wood, Chatsworth ; Harland Edge, Beeley ; quarries between Little Haton and 
Brackley Gate. 

C. Moor Lawn Wood, Holymoorside ; Unthank ; Brackenfield Green, 

Tl. Edlaston Coppy ; heathery slope by Black Brook, near Mugginton ; 
Shirley Park ; Cross o’ th’ hands, Hulland Ward ; Bradley Wood. 

T3. Near Burton; Repton Rocks, Hb. Mason. 


N. silvrettze (Gottsche). Jungermannia Gottsche. Sarcoscyphus Jack in lit. 
Alicularia minor Limpr. p.p. N. geoseypha v. suberecta Mass. 
Moorland, damp banks. Rare. 
First record, The Flora. 
Gl. Near Grinds Brook, Edale. 


MARSUPELLA Dun. 
M. emarginata Dum. Jungermannia Ehrh. Sarcoseyphus Ehrharti Corda. 

Wet rocks, mostly by streams. Not uncommon. 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

Gl. Kinderscout, Hb. Holt. Woodhead, Hb. Whitehead. Crowden Head, 
near Hayfield; near Edale Head; by the Roych, Chapel; Goyt’s Moss; Combes 
Moss; Ashop Clough; Blackdean Brook, near the Snake Inn; Wildboar Clough, 
Crowden; near Ladybower Inn, Ashopton. 

G2. Bar Brook, near Baslow. 


FOSSOMBRONIA addi. 
F, pusilla Dum. Jungermannia L. 

Damp clay fallows, moist banks, woods. Frequent. 

First records, Holt MS., 1896; M.H.C. Rep., 1900. 

L. Hartle Dale, Bradwell; lower part of Monk’s Dale. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood (?), Hb. Holt. 

G2. Between Curbar and Froggatt; Birchill Bank Wood, Baslow; New 
Piece Wood, Chatsworth. 

C. Walton Wood, near Chesterfield; Millthorpe; Linacre Wood, and near 
Bagthorpe Farm, Old Brampton; Moor Lawn Wood, and Nether Loads, Holy- 
moorside; Great Pond, Wingerworth; Alfreton Brook. 

P. Langwith Wood. 

Tl. Near Bradley Park Farm, and near Hole-in-the-Wall, Bradley; fallows 
near the Hollies Farm, Yeldersley ; Shirley; near Cascus and Burton Sluts, 
Brailsford ; pondside near the Hall Farm, Ednaston ; by Hulland Moss. 


440 JUNGERMANNIES. 


BLASIA Mich. 
B. pusilla L. Jungermannia blasia Hook. 
Sandy fields, banks, &c. Rare. 
First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 
Gl. Banks near Castleton, with fruit, Hb. Whitehead. 
T3. Newton Solney Lane, N.H. Twtbd. 


PEHELLIA Raddi. 


P. epiphylla Corda. Jungermannia L. 

Ditchsides, damp places, woods, ascending to high levels. Common. 

First record, Gem of the Peak, 1840. 

L. Dovedale. 

G1. Ashop Clough, and near Blackdean Brook; Grinds Brock, Edale. 

G2. Hall Dale, Rowsley; Littlemoor Wood, Dethick. 

T1. Mickleover, Bindley. Hulland Moss; bog below Bradley Wood; 
Shirley Brook; Edlaston Coppy. 

T2. Damp rocks in woods south of Dale. 

T3. Repton Shrubs and Rocks, Hb. Mason. Anchor Church, Bindley. 


P. Neesiana ottsche. 
Wet boggy places, by mountain rivulets. Rare. 
First record, The Flora. 
G1. Grinds Brook, Edale, and by stream under Back Tor. 
G2. Moorland west of Whitedge Moor, Padley, 
P. endivieefolia Dicks. P. calycina Nees. Jungermannia Mack. 


Wet places, bogs, by streams. Not uncommon. 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

L. Ashwood Dale; Ravensdale, in both with fruit, Hb. Holt. Taddington 
Dale; Via Gellia; Monk’s Dale; Conies Dale, Peak Forest. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood, Fl. Ashton. Grinds Brook, Edale; Blackdean Brook; 
Ashop Clough. 

G2, Cromford, Hb. Mason (?). Moor near ‘ Surprise View,” Hathersage, 
Carr. Froggatt; Harland Edge, Beeley; Hall Dale, Rowsley ; Whatstandwell. 

P. Poulter Brook, Langwith Wood (named by M.B. Slater); Markland 
Grips, 

Tl. Mickleover; Radbourn, Bindley. Shirley Park; Black Brook, Mug- 
ginton; bog below Bradley Wood; Hulland Moss. 


ANHURA Dum. 

A. multifida Dum. Jungermannia L. 

On moist clay fallows, damp banks. Frequent, 

First record, The Flora. 

L. Monk’s Dale ; Lathkil Dale ; Back Dale, near Hindlow, 

G2. Bar Brook, Baslow; by pond in Chatsworth Park; below Sheriff 
Wood, Grindleford. 

P. Markland Grips, Clowne. 


JUNGERMANNIES. 44] 


Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Bog below Bradley Wood ; limequarries, Snelston 
Common ; by Brailsford Brook; between Rodsley and Wyaston ; near Tinker’s 
Inn, Clifton ; near Findern, by the canal. 


A. ambrosioides (Nees). A multifida var. ambrosioides Nees. 
Wet places among rocks and moss. Rare. 
First record, Holt MS., 1896. 
Gl. Hayfield, Hb. Holt. Grinds Brook, Edale, abundant. 
G2. Eyam Moor, and a giant aquatic form in the sich on the north side. 
Tl. Hulland Moss, abundant. 


A. sinuata Dicks. A. pinnatifida Nees. Jungermannia Nees. 

Wet vertical rocks, dripping banks. Rare. 

First records, Holt MS., 1896; 1.H.C. Rep., 1900. 

G1. William Clough; Fairbrook, Woodlands; wet streamy slope near 
Crowden Station ; under Raven Tor, Beeley ; cascade in stream, Froggatt Edge 
M.£.C. Rep. 


A. pinguis Dum. Jungermannia L. 

Moist soil among grass, moss, and in bogs. Not uncommon. 

First record, M.H.C. Rep., 1900. 

L. Masson Hill, Matlock Bath ; in wet moss at the top of Cressbrook Dale, 
near Wardlow Mires ; Monk’s Dale ; Ashwood Dale; north base of Harper Hill; 
Madge Boose, near Kniveton ; old quarry on Fairfield Common. 

G1. Dimpus Clough, near Chinley ; Grinds Brook, and Crowden Brook, 
Edale ; Jaggers Clough; by Ashop River, Woodlands; roadside rocks above 
Slackhall, Chapel. 

G2. Bar Brook, Baslow ; Harper Lees, Hathersage ; Eyam Moor ; Hipper 
Sick, East Moor ; cascade in the stream, Froggatt Edge ; between Whatstandwell 
and Cromford. 

C. Greaves Piece, near the Peacock Inn. 

P. Quarry near Whitwell Station. 

Tl. Clay fallows at Yeldersley, and near Tinker’s Inn, Clifton; near 
Spinnyford Brook, Hulland, and Hulland Moss, 

T3. Repton Rocks. 


Var. denticulata Nees. 
Mostly in limestone districts. Holt MS., 1896. 
L. Miller’s Dale (1882); Castleton, Hb. Holt. 
Gl. Mellor, Hb. Holt. 
T3. Repton Rocks, Hb. Mason. 


METZGERIA Raddi. 


M. pubescens addi. Jungermannia Schrank. 
Shady limestone rocks. Not uncommon. 
First record, Eng. Bot. Suppt., ii. 1834. 


442, JUNGERMANNIER,. MARCHANTIACER, 


L. Shady limestone rocks near Buxton, Wilson (May, 1831) in H.B. 
Castleton; Miller’s Dale, Hb. Whitehead. Chee Dale; Ravensdale, Hb. Holt. 
Conies Dale, Peak Forest; Hartle Dale, Bradwell; Ashford; Dovedale; Bras- 
sington Rocks. 

P, Markland Grips, Clowne; Cresswell Crags¢ 


M. furcata Dum. Jungermannia L. 

Tree trunks and rocks. Frequent, 

First record, Holt MS., 1896. 

L. Chee Dale; Miller’s Dale, Hb. Whitehead. MRavensdale, Hb. Holt. 
Monk’s Dale; Great Shacklow Wood; Great Rocks Dale; between Monyash and 
Sheldon ; Dovedale. 

G2. Harper Lees, Hathersage; woods, Grindleford. 

P. Cresswell Crags; Markland Grips. 

Tl. By the Henmoor Brook, at Corley; Peathays, Shirley, and by the 
water-wheel in Shirley Park. 


ee 


SUB-ORDER II. MARCHANTIACEA. 


MARCHANTIA Mich. 


M. polymorpha Ll. 

Marshes, ditchsides, damp shady rocks. Frequent. 

First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

L. Near Tideswell, Hb. Whitehead. Ravensdale ; Monsal Dale, Hb. Holt. 
Cales Dale ; Dovedale. 

Gl. Frequent about Mellor, Fl. Ashton. Common about Fernilee and 
neighbourhood, Barker. Hollinworth Clough, above Hayfield ; Fairbrook, near 
the Snake Inn ; near Lady Bower Inn, Ashopton. 

G2. Alton, Hb. Mason. Umberley Brook, East Moor. 

Tl. Mickleover; Findern, Bindley. Shirley Brook ; marshy ground by the 
canal below Findern. 

T2. Canal bank near Chaddesden, and below Osmaston ; Risley. 


T3. Stapenhill, Hb. Mason. Anchor Church, Bindley. Sharp’s Bottom, 
Hartshorn, 


FHRGATHLLA addi. 


F.. conica Raddi. Marchantia Li. Conocephalus Necker. 

Ditchsides, shady rocks and banks, Not uncommon, 

First record, Holt MS., 1896. 

L. Barren plants frequent by R. Wye; Ashwood Dale, with fruit; Monsal 
Dale, Hb. Holt. Monk’s Dale; Wensley Dale, near Snitterton ; Dovedale ; 
Lover’s Leap, 

G1. Grinds Brook, Edale ; William Clough ; brook above Wash, Chapel. 

C. Nether Loads, Holymoorside. 

P. Markland Grips, near Clowne ; woods near Scarcliffe. 


MARCHANTIACES, RICCIACER. 443 


Tl. Blackwood, Mickleover, Bindley, 
T3. Near Burton, Hb. Mason, Anchor Church, Bindley. Sharp’s Bottom, 
Hartshorn. 


RHEBOULIA add. 
R. hemispheerica Raddi. Marchantia L. Asterella P. Beauv. 

Shady rocks, preferring limestone, occasionally on sandstone. Frequent. 

First record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

L. Castleton, with fruit; Miller’s Dale, Hb. Whitehead. Dovedale, N.H. 
Tutb. Diamond Hill; Deep Dale, and Great Rocks Dale, near Buxton, with 
fruit ; near Ashford; Cressbrook ; near Bradwell; Wensley Dale, near Snitterton ; 
Back Dale, and Dowel Dale, near Hindlow. 

P. Markland Grips, near Clowne. 

T2. Sandstone rock in a lane north of the church, Sandiacre. 


PRHISSIA Nees. 
P. commutata Nees. Marchantia Lindb. 
On rocks and banks, preferring limestone. Rather rare. 
First record, The Naturalist, 1882. 
L. Ashwood Dale; Ravensdale; male plant plentiful on a heap of cinders 
in Ashwood Dale, Hb. Holt. Chee Dale, Natt. (Perrin). 
T3. Near Burton, Hb. Mason. 


LUNULARIA JWeh. 
L. vulgaris Wich. 
Bare soil, damp rocks and walls. Frequent. 
First record, The Flora. 
L. Matlock Bath; Lathkil Dale. 
Gl. By Bank Hall, Chapel. 
G2. Umberley Brook, near Chatsworth; Stoke Hall, Grindleford. 
Tl. Damp soil near the waterwheel, Shirley Park, and in gardens, Shirley. 


TARGIONIA Wich. 
T. hypophylla L. 
Limestone rocks. Rare. 
First record, M.H.C. Rep., 1900. 
L. Upper rocks north of Reynard’s Cave, Dovedale. 


SUB-ORDER III. RICCIACEA. 


RICCIA Mich. 
R. sorocarpa Bisch. 


On earth among rocks; sandy fields. Rare.| 
First record, Holt MS., 1896. 
L. Miller’s Dale, Hbb. Pearson and Holt. 
R. glauca L. 
Among rocks on limestone; sandy fields. Common. 


444 ANTHOCEROTACER, CHARACES, 


First record, Fl. Ashton, 1888. 

L. Chee Dale, Hbb, Pearson and Whitehead (1879). Miller’s Dale; fallow- 
field, Chee Tor, Hb. Holt. Monsal Dale; Monk’s Dale; Cressbrook; Dimmins- 
dale, Ashford; Great Rocks Dale; Back Dale, near Hindlow; Conies Dale, 
Peak Forest; Via Gellia; Dovedale. 

Gl. Stirrup Wood, Fl. Ashton. 

Tl. Mickleover, Bindley. Ravensdale Park, Mugginton; cart track from 
Shuckston Manor to Hulland Ward; near Bradley Park Farm; fallows near 
Cockshuthill Farm, Weston-under- Wood; fallows west of Allestree Park; near 
Shirley Park; in and about the Holt, Edlaston; near Pool Head, Brailsford. 


RICCIBLLA Braun. 
R. fluitans L. 
Floating in pools. Rare. 
First record, The Flora. 
Tl. Abundant in a pond between Meynell Langley and Kedleston Park, 


SUB-ORDER IV. ANTHOCEROTACEA. 


ANTHOCEROS Wich. 


A. punctatus Jl. 

Moist sandy or marly places, ditchbanks, quarries. Very rare. 

First record, The Flora. 

G2. At the foot of vertical rocks in quarries between Little Eaton and 
Brackley Gate. 


ALGA. 


CHARACEA., 


CHARA lL. 
C. fragilis Desv. 


Native. Pools, rivers, ditches. Rather rare. P. June-July. 
Records, B.L. Rec., 1884-6, 118, “‘ Derby, 1883”; J.B., 1885, 81. 

G2. Canal between Cromford and Whatstandwell, Bailey, B.L. Rec 
C. Ponds, Sutton Scarsdale. 

T1. Marsh by the railway below Findern. 

T2. Pool south of Trent Station. 


C. hispida L. 
Native. Pools, rivers. Very rare. P. June-Sept. 
First record, Glover, 1829. 
L. Wardlow, Searle, C.D. 
T2. Bretby Ponds, Nowers (1883), Drakelow, N.H. Tutb. 


CHARACER, 445 


C. vulgaris L. 

Native. Ponds, ditches, canals. Frequent. P. June-Aug. 

First record, Glover, 1829. 

L. Near Cressbrook Dale, Searle, C.D. Monsal Dale, Bailey, C.D. Mat- 
lock, Levinge. Lode Mill, Dovedale, Purchas. Lathkil Dale, near Youlgreave ; 
pools opposite Great Shacklow Wood ; Brough. 

C. Canal near Killamarsh; Pebley Pond. 

P. Harlesthorpe, near Clowne; near The Walls, Whitwell. 

Tl. Swamp near the river, Marston-on-Dove ; Radbourn. 

T2. Canal below Chellaston, 

T3. Ponds, Ticknall Lime Works, Blozram. Canal near Egginton. 


Var. longibracteata Kuetz. ‘‘ Derby, 1882, Blow,’’ Groves, J.B., 1884, 3. 
L. Monk’s Dale, Searle, C.D. Brook near Royal Hotel, Matlock Bath, 
Bailey, C.D. Monsal Dale, in the stream, Miss Armitage. 


Var. papillata Wallr. 
L. Pond at the top of Ashbourne Green, f. H. & J. Groves. 


Var. erassicaulis Kuetz. 
L. Monsal Dale, Pullinger in J.B., 1885, 82. 


TOLYPELLA Leonh. 


T. glomerata Leonh. 
Native. Ponds, ditches. Very rare. A. April-May. 
First found, W. R. Linton, 1900. 
P. Ponds, Langwith Wood. 


NITELLA 4gardh. 


N. opaca 4ygardh. 

Native. Pools, streams,,canals, Rare. P. May-June. 

First found, Purchas, 1862 (J.B., 1883, 22) ; record, N.H. Tutb., 1863. 

L. In the brook near Brough. 

Gl. Chapel Reservoir. 

G2. R. Amber, Ashover, Bailey, B.L. Rec. At the foot of the Cascade, in 
the Rock Gardens, Chatsworth, Purchas. 

T2. Canal below Chellaston. 

T3. Ticknall, N.A. Tutb. (N. flexilis L.). 


(Introduction, Genera, principal English names.) 


Acer .. 
Achillea 
Aconite 
Aconitum . 
Acorus 


Adder’s reingue 


Adonis 
Adoxa ae 
/EHgopodium 
AKithusa 
Agrimonia 
Agrimony .. 
Agropyron 
Agrostis 
Aira 

Ajuga ie 
Alchemilla 
Alder .. 
Alisma 
Alismacez . 
Allium 
All-seed 
Alnus.. 
Alopecurus 
Alsine 
Alyssum 
Amaranthus 
Amaryllidez 
American Cress 
Amsinckia 
Anacharis 
Anagallis .. 
Anchusa 
Andromeda 
Anemone .. 
Angelica 
Antennaria 
Anthemis 


Anthoxanthum 


Anthriscus 
Anthyllis .. 
Antirrhinum 
Apera 
Apium 
Apocynacese 
Aquilegia .. 
Arabis 
Araliaceee . 
Arctium 


Atetostapligos i 


Arenaria 
Aroidese 


Arrhenather um 


Arrow-grass 
Arrow-head 
Artemisia .. 
Arum.. 
Arundo 


446 


INDEX I. 


260 
306 
83 
65 
248 
275 
63 
220 
268 
211 
217 
207 
48 
164 
179 
182 
306 
162 
106 
225 
309 
158 
213 
55 
63 
166 
189 
207 
83 
285 
312 
288 
287 
185 
285 
309, 312 


Ash Tree .. 
Aspen 
Asperula 
Aspidium 
Asplenium 
Athyrium .. 
Atriplex 
Atropa 
Avena 
Avens 


Ballota 
Barbarea .. 
Barberry 
Barley 
Bartsia .. 
Basil Thyme 
Bear Berry 
Bedstraw .. 
Bee Orchis 
Beech : 
Beech Fern 
Bell Flower 
Bellis .. 
Bent Grass 
Berberideze 
Berberis 
Betonica 
Betula 
Bidens 
Bilberry 
Bindweed . 
Birch . : 
Bird Che rry 
Bird’s-foot 
Bird’s-foot Trefoil 
Bird’s-nest Orchis 
Bistort Bi 
Bitter Cress 
Blackberry : 
Black Bindweed 
Black Bryony 
Black Horehound 
Blackstonia 
Blackthorn 
Bladder Fern 
Wort .. 
Blechnum 
Bluebell 
Blue Flea Bane 
Blysmus .. 
Bog Asphodel . 
Bog Bean . 
Bog Rush.. 
Borage 
Boraginese 


Borago 


Botrychium .. es 
Boxee pate cate 
Brachypodium .. 
Bracken 
Bramble} 
Brassica 

Briza . 

Brome Grass 
Bromus 
Brook-lime 
Brook-weed 
Broom 
Broom-rape 
Brunella 

Bryonia 
Buckbean . 
Buck’s-horn. Plantain 
Buck-thorn 
Buck-wheat 
Buda .. 

Bugle.. 

Bugloss 
Bullace... 

Bull Rush.. 
Bunium 3 ae 
Burdock .._ .. 
Bur Marigold 
Burnet 3 
Burnet Saxifrage 
Bur Reed . 

Bursa .. 
Butcher's Broom 
Butomus .. 
Butterbur . 
Buttercup... 
Butterfly Orchis 
Butterwort : 
Buxus 


Calamagrostis .. 
Calamint .. 
Calamintha 
Callitriche.. 
Calluna 

Caltha 
Calystegia 
Camelina .. 
‘Campanula 
Campanulacee. . 
Campion : 
‘Canary Grass .. 
Canadian Water Thyme 
Candy Tuft .. 
Cannabis .. : 
Caprifoliaceee .. 
Capsella 
Cardamine 
Carduus 

Carex : 
Carling... 
Carline Thistle 
‘Carpinus 
Carrot 

Carum : Re 
Caryophyllese ke 
Castalia $6 
Castanea 
Catabrosa .. 
Catch Fly .. 

Cat Mint .. 
Cat’s Har .. 
Cat’s Tail gr ass” 
Caucalis .. .. 


INDEX. 


Celandine .. 
Celastrineze 
Celery 
Centaurea . 
Centaury .. 
Centranthus .. 
Cephalanthera .. 
Cerastium.. .. 
Ceratophyllee .. 
Ceratophyllum. . 
Ceterach .. .. 
Cheerophyllum. . 
Chamomile 
Charlock 
Cheiranthus 
Chelidonium 
Chenopodiaceze 
Chenopodium .. 
Cherry 

Chervil 
Chickweed 
Chicory 

Chlora 
Chrysanthemum 
Chrysosplenium 
Cichorium.. 
Cinquefoil 
Circeea 
Cistinese 
Claytonia .. 
Cleavers 
Clematis 
Cloudberry 
Clover ep 
Club Moss.. 
Club Rush.. 
Cnicus 
Cochlearia. . 
Cock’s-foot Grass 


Celoglosswm .. 
Colchicum. . 
Coltsfoot .. 
Columbine 
Comarum .. 
Comfrey 
Compositee 
Coniferee 
Conium 
Conopodium 
Convallaria 
Convolvulaceze 
Convolvulus 
Coralwort.. 
Cornacee .. 
Corn Cockle 
Corn Flower .. 
Corn Marigold .. 
Cornus : 
Coronopus.. 
Corydalis 
Corylus : 
Cotton Grass .. 
Cotton Thistle .. 
Cotyledon .. 
Couch Grass 
Cow Parsnep 
Cow Wheat 
Cowslip .. 
Crab Apple 
Cranberry. . 
Crane’s-bill 
Crassulaceze 
Crateegus .. 


Codlins and Cream .. 


183, 184 


448 


Creeping J See 
Crepis 

Crocus 
Crosswort .. 
Crow Berry 
Crowfoot .. 
Crucifere . 
Cryptogramme. . 
Cuckoo Flower.. 
Cucurbitacee .. 
Cudweed 
Cupuliferse 
Currant 
Cuscuta 
Cynoglossum 
Cynosurus.. 
Cyperaceze 
Cypripedium 
Cystopteris 
Cytisus 


Dactylis 

Daffodil 

WaiSyp me ce 
Dame’s Violet .. 
Dandelion. . 
Daphne 

Darnel 

Datura 

Daucus . 

Dead Nettle ee 
Deadly N ightshade .. 
Delphinium 
Dentaria 
Deschampsia _. 
Devil’s-bit Scabious. 
Dewberry . . 
Dianthus .. 
Digitalis 

Digraphis 
Dioscoree. . 
Diplotaxis.. 
Dipsacee .. 
Dipsacus .. 
Dittander . 

Dock = 
Dodder_.. 

Dog Mercury 

Dog Rose .. 

Dog Wood ae 
Doe’ s Tail grass 
Doronicum 

Draba 

Dropwort .. 
Drosera 
Droseraces 

Dryas : 

Teck Weed 
Dyer’s Green Weed... 
Dyer’s Weed : 


Echium 
Elder .. 
Eleocharis. . 
Elm .. 
Elodea 
Elumus 
Empetraces 
Empetrum 


Enchanter’s Nightshade 


Endymion 


Epilobium. : 


Epipactis .. 
EKquisetaceze 
Equisetum 
Eranthis 

Hrica .. 
Hricacee .. 
Hrigeron 
HKriophorum 
Hrodium 
Erophila 
Erysimum 
Erythreea .. 
Euonymus 
HKupatorium 
Euphorbia 
EKuphorbiaceee .. 
Euphrasia 
Evening Primrose 
Eyebright .. 


Fagopyron 
Fagus 


males Brome Grass .. 


False Oat Grass 
Fat Hen : 
Ferns. 

Fescue Grass 
Festuca 
Feverfew .. .. 
Field Madder 
Figwort 

Filago 

Filices 

LG | ae 
Fleabane .. 
Flix Weed 
Flote Grass : 
Flowering Rush 
Fly Orchis. . 
Feeniculum 
Fool’s Parsley 
Forget-me-not .. 
Foxglove .. ; 
Fox-tail Grass .. 
Fragaria 
Fraxinus .. 
Frog Orchis 
Fumaria 
Fumariaceze 
Fumitory 
Furze.. 


Gagea ; 
Galanthus. . : 
Galeopsis .. 
Galium 

Garlic 

Genista 

Gentian 
Gentiana .. 
Gentianese 
Geranium . 
Geraniacese 
Geum 

Gipsy W ort. 
Glechoma .. 
Globe Flower 
Glyceria 
Gnaphalium 
Goat’s Beard 
Golden Rod Se 
Golden Saxifrage 


179, 181 


Goldilocks... 

Gold of Pleasure 
Gooseberry 
Goosefoot . 

Goose Grass 

Gorse .. 

Goutweed . 
Graminez.. : 
Grass of Parnassus .. 
Grasses ; 

Greater Broomrape.. 
Greater Celandine .. 
Gromwell . 

Ground Ivy 
Groundsel . 

Guelder Rose 
Gymnadenia 


Habenaria 

Hair Grass 
Haloragez 

Hard Fern 
Harebell i 
Hart’s Tongue Fern 
Hawk Bit : 
Hawk Weed 


Hawk Weed ox Tongue ; 


Hawk’s Beard . 
Hawthorn. . 
Hazel es 
Heath on 
Heather 
Hedera ... 
Hedge Stonewort 
Hedysarum. 
Helianthemum — 
Hellebore .. 
Helleborine 
Helleborus 
Helminthia . 
Helosciaduin 
Hemlock .. 
Hemp : 
Hemp Agrimony 
Hemp Nettle 
Henbane 
Henbit 
Heracleum 
Herb Bennett 
Herb Paris 
Herb Robert 
Herniaria .. 
Hesperis 
Hieracium 
Hippocrepis 


Honeysuckle 
Hop ph 
Hordeum .. 
Hornbeam 
Hornwort .. 


Horse Radish .. .. ~.. 


Horse Shoe Weteh 
Horsetail .. 
Hottonia 
Hound’s Tongue 
House Leek ... 
Humulus .. 
Hutchinsia 
Hyacinthus.. 


FF 


INDEX. 


Hydrocharidez 
Hydrocotyle 
Hyoscyamus 
Hypericineze 
Hypericum 
Hypocheeris 
Hypopitys. . 


Iberis. . 
lex 
Tlicineze 
Illecebracese 
Impatiens... 
Inula... 
Tridez 

Tris 

Isatis .. 
Isolepis 

Ivy 


Jacob’s Paden: 
Jasione : 
Juncacee . 
Juncus 

Juniper 
Juniperus .. 


Kidney Vetch .. 
Knap Weed 
Knawel 

Knot Grass 
Knout Berry 
Keeleria 


Labiatee 
Lactuca 

Lady Fern.. .. 
Lady’s Fingers .. 
Lady’s Mantle .. 
Ladies’ Tresses 
Lady’s Slipper .. 
Lamb’s Lettuce 
Lamium 
Lapsana 
Larkspur .. 


129 Lastreea, 


Lathreea 
Lathyrus 
Leguminosze 
Lemna 
Lemnacez 36 
Lentibulariee .. 
Leontodon 
Leonurus .. 
Leopard’s Bane | 
Lepidium . 
Lettuce 
Ligustrum 
Liliacee .. 
Lily of the Valley 
Lime . 

Limestone Fern. 
Limosella . 
Linaria 

Lines 

Ling .. 

Linum 

Listera ‘ 
Lithospermum .. 


279 Littorella .. 


450 


Lolium 
Lomaria_.. 
London Pride 
Lonicera 
Loose-strife 
Loranthacee .-. 
Lords and ae 
Lotus : 
Lousewort 
Lungwort. . 
Luzuia 

Lychnis 

Lycium «.- -:: 
Lycopodiacese .. 
Lycopodium 
Lycopsis 
Lycopus 
Lysimachia 
Lythrariez 
Lythrum 


Madder 
Malachium .. 
Male Fern 
Mallow 

Malva 
Malvacee . 
Maple ; 
Mare’s Tail 
Mariana 
Marjoram .. 
Marrubium. 
Marsh Marigold 
Mat Grass 
Matricaria ae 
Meadow Clary .. 
Meadow Rue 
Meadow Saffron 
Meadow Sweet 
Meconopsis 
Medic a 
Medicago .. 
Melampyrum 
Melica We 
Melic Grass 
Melilot : 
Melilotus .. 
Melittis 
Mentha _.. 
Menyanthes 
Mercurialis 
Mezereon .. 
Mignonette 
Milfoil k 
Milium : 
Milkwort .. 
Millet Grass 
Mimulus 

WiGholy ae oD 
Mistletoe .. 
Molinia 
Menchia 

Money wort x 
Monkey Flower 
Monkshood te 
Monk’s Rhubarb 
Monotropa 
Monotropes 
Montia 
Moonwott.. 
Moschatel - . 
Motherw ort 


Mouse Ear C hickw eed . 


149, 


Mousetail . 
Mountain ‘Ash .. 
Mountain ‘Avens 


Mountain Pepperwort 


Mudwort . 
Mugwort .. 
Mullein 
Mustard 
Myagrum 
Myosotis .- 
Myosurus .. 
Myrica 
Myrrhis_ .. 
Myriophyllum .. 


Naiadacez 
Narcissus .. 
Nardus 
Narthecium 
Nasturtium 
Navelwort 
Neckeria .. 
Needle Furze 
Neottia 

Nepeta 
Nephrodium 
Nettle a: 
Nightshade 
Nipplewort 
Nymphea : 
Nympheeacee .. 


Oral 36 786 
Oak Fern .. 
Oat Grass .. 
Odontites 
(nanthe 
Ginothera . 

Old Man’s Beard 
Oleaceze 
Onagraries 
Onobrychis 
Ononis 
Onopordon 
Ophioglossum .. 
Ophrys 

Orache , 
Orchideee . 
Orchis 
Origanum Ss 
Ornithogalum .. 
Ornithopus 
Orobanchacee .. 
Orobanche 
Orobus 

Orpine ; 
Osmunda .. 
Osier 

Oxalis ae 
Ox Eye Daisy Bo 


Pansy 
Papaver 
Papaveraceze 
Parietaria .. 
‘PAarisik en. eer 
Parnassia .. 
Parsley : 
Parsley Fern 
Parsnep 

Pea 


Pear 
Pearlwort . 
Pedicularis. 
Penny Cress 
Pennyroyal 
Penny wort 
Peplis 4 
Peppermint 
Pepperwort 
Periwinkle 
Persicaria .. 
Petasites 
Peucedanum 
Phalaris .. 
Pheasant’s Eye 
Phegopteris 
hleum 
Phragmites 
PICTIS'. . 
Pig-nut 
Pimpernel. . 
Pimpinella 
ppeuicala 
Pink F 
Pinus. 
Plantaginese 
Plantago 
Plantain 


Ploughman’s Spikenard 


Plum. 
Poa 


Polemoniaceze - = 


Polemonium 
Polygala .. 
Polygalee .. 
Polygonacez 
Polygonum 
Polygonatum 
Polypodium 
Polypody .. 
Polystichum 
Pond-weed 
Poplar 
Poppy 
Populus 
Portulaceze 
Potamogeton 
Potentilla .. 
Poterium .. 
Primrose 
Primula 
Primulacez 
Privet 
Prunella 
Prunus 
Pteris 
Pulicaria . 
Pulmonaria 


Purple Loose- strife .. 
Purple Melic Grass... 


Pyrola 
Pyrus 


Quaking Grass .. 


Quercus 


Radish 


Ragged Robin .. 


Ragwort 
Ramsons 


Ranunculacee .. 


Ranunculus 
Rape .. 


INDEX, 


Raphanus .. 
Raspberry 
Red Valerian 
Reed .. 
Reed Grass 
Reed Mace 
Reseda Es 
Resedaceze 
Restharrow 
Rhamnee .. 
Rhamnus .. 
Rhinanthus 
Rib Grass -. 
Ribes!2) bias 
Rock Cress 
Rock Fuase: 
Rosa -. 
Rosacese 
Rose .. Mr 
Rose Bay . 


Rose of Sharon 


Royal Fern 
Rubia 
Rubiacee .. 
Rubus 
Rumex ... 
Rupturewort 
Ruscus 
Rush .. 


Sagina 
Sagittaria .. 
Salicinee .. 
Salix .. 
Sallow 
Salsify 
Salvia 
Sambucus 
Samolus 
Sandwort .. 
Sanguisorba 
Sanicula 
Sapindacese 
Saponaria 
Sarothamnus 
Saw Wort 
Saxifraga .. 
Saxifrage .. 
Saxifrageze 
Scabiosa 
Scabious 


Scaly Spleenwort 


Scandix 
Schcoenus 
Schollera 
Scilla .. 
Scirpus .. 
Scleranthus 
Sclerochloa .. 
Scolopendrium 
Scorpion Grass 
Scotch Fir 
Scrophularia 
Scrophularinese 
Scurvy Grass 
Scutellaria 
Sedge 

Sedum te 
Selaginella 
Selaginellaceze 
Self Heal .. 


Sempervivum .. 


Senebiera 
Senecio 


452 


Serratula .. 
Setaria ie 
Sheep’s Scabious 


Shepherd’s Needle y 


Shepherd's Purse 
Sherardia .. . 
Shield Fern 
Sieglingia..  .. 
Silaus Ss 
Silene 

Silver W eed 
Silybum 

Sinapis 

Sison .. 
Sisymbrium 
Sium . 5 


Snakeweed 
Snapdragon 
Sneezewort 
Snowdrop 
Soapwort .. 
Solanaceze 
Solanum 
Solidago .. 
Solomon’s Seal — 
Sonchus 
Sorrel 

Sow Thistle 
Sparganium 
Spear Orache 
Spearwort 
Specularia 
Speedwell 
Spergula 
Spergularia 
Spindle Tree 
Spireea Pfs 
Spiranthes 
pplbeawmert 
Spurg' 

Spite Laurel . 
Spurrey 
Spurwort .. 
Squinancy Wort 
St. John’s Wort 
Stachys_ .. 
Stag’s Horn Moss 


Star of Bethlehem ss 


Stellaria 


Stinking May Ww eed 


Stitchwort 
Stonecrop 
Stork’s Bill 
Strawberr ee 
Sulphur Wort .. 
Sundew 

Sweet Briar .. 
Sweet Chestnut 
Sweet Cicely 
Sweet Flag 


Sweet Vernal Grass. 


Sweet Willow .. 
Sycomore .. 
Symphytum 


Tamus 
Tanacetum 
Tansy : 
Tar axacum 
Tare 

Taxus 


INDEX. 
PAGE 
192 Tea Plant 
306 Teasel 
203 Teesdalia .. 
162 Teucrium 
70 Thalictrum 
173 Thistle 
328 Tnlaspie es 
312 Thorn Apple 
164 Thyme a 
78 Thymeleacez 
131 Thymus 
192 Diliaren. 
69 Tiliacers! = 
159 Toad Flax 
67 Torilis z 
159 Tormentil .. 
241 Tower Cress 
111 Tragopogon 
253 Traveller’s J oy 
225 Trefoil 
182 Trifolium . 
276 Triglochin — 
78 Trigonella. . 
221 Triodia 
221 Trisetum .. 
178 Triticum 
277 Trollius 
202 Tulip .. 
255 Tulipa 
202 Turnip 
285 Turritis 
250 Tussilago .. 
52 Tutsan ; 
205 Tway Blade 
227 Twitch 
85 Typha 50 
86 Typhacee. . 
97 
113 
269 Wilexs.. 
325 Ulnus 6 
256 Umbelliferee 
255 Urtica 
85 Urticacee. . 
173 Utricularia 
172 
87 
2.42 Vacciniee.. 
336 Vaccinium 
279 Valerian 
81 welenane i 
182 Valerianese 
81 Valerianella 
148 Venus’ Looking ‘Glass 
96 Verbascum ae 
130 Verbena 
164 Verbenacese 
149 Veronica .. 
136 Vervain 
261 Vetch aa 
161 Vetchling .. 
286 Viburnum. . 
306 Vicia .. 
259 Vinca.. 
98 Viola .. 
216 Violariese . 
Violet 
Viper’s Bugloss- 
276 Viscum a 
185 Volvulus 
185 Vulpia 
200 
108 
324 Wahlenbergia .. 


311, : 


Wall Flower .. 
Wall Pellitory .. 
Wall Rocket 
Wall Rue .. 
Wart Cress 
Water Avens .. 
Water Betony .. 
Water Blinks 
Water Cress .. 
Water Dropwort 
Water Horsebane 
Water Lily a 
Water Milfoil .. 
Water Parsnep.. 
Water Pepper .. 
Water Plantain 
Water Purslane 
Water Starwort 
Water Violet .. 
Wayfaring Tree 
WeaselSnout .. 
Welsh Poppy 
White Bryony .. 
White Horehound 
Whitlow Grass 
Whortleberry 
Wild Basil 

Wild Oat .. 
Willow 


Willow Herb 
Winter Cress 
Winter Green .. 
Woad 

Wood Anemone 
Wood Betony 
Woodbine... .. 
Wood Pimpernel 
Woodruff . ; 
Wood Rush 

Wood Sage 

Wood Sanicle 
Wood Sorrel .. 
Woody Nightshade . 
Wormwood : 
Woundwort 

Wych Elm 


Yarrow . 

Yellow Archangel : 
Yellow Bird’s Nest .. 
Yellow Oat Grass 

Yellow Rattle .. 

Yellow Bee of Bethlehem 
Yew .. 


Zannichellia 


Acaulon 
Alicularia 
Amblyodon 
Amblystegium 
Amphoridium 
Andrea .. 
Aneura 
Anisothecium 
Anoectangium 
Anomodon 
Anthoceros 
Antitrichia 
Aplozia 
Archidium 
Asterella 
Atrichum .. ie 
Aulacomnium .. 


Barbula 
Bartramia 
Bazzania 
Blasia ; : 
Blepharostoma 
Beas 
Blindia 
Brachyodus 
Brachythecium 
iBrewtieliay | sk. 
Bryum aa 


Camptothecium 
Campylopus 
Campy losteleum 
Catharinea 
Cephalozia 
Ceratodon 
Chara ‘ 
Chiloscyphus 
Cinclidotus 
Climacium 
Conocephalus 
Crypheea 
Ctenidium .. 
Cylindrothecium 
Cynodontium 


Dichodontium .. 
Dicranella 
Dicranodontium 
Dicranoweisia .. 
Dicranum .. 
Diduyumodon . . 
Diphyscium 


INDEX II. 


(Mosses, Hepatics, Characee.) 


Diplophyllum 
Discelium . 
Ditrichum 


Encalypta 
HKphemerum 
Eucalyx 
Eucladium .. 


Eurhynchium .. 


Fegatella .. 
Fissidens 
Fontinalis 
Fossombronia 
Frullania 
Funaria 


Georgia 
Glyphomitrium 
Grimimia 
Gymnocolea 
Gymnocybe .. 
Gymnostomum 


Hedwigia .. 


Heterocladium 


Homalia 
Homalothecium 
Hygrobiella 
Hylocomium 
Hyocomium 
Hypnum 


Tsothecium 


Jungermannia .. 


Kantia 


Leersia 
Lejeunia 
Lepidozia .. 
Leptobryum 


Leptodontium . : 


Leskea 
Leucobryum 
Leucodon .. 


351, 366, 


366, ¢ 


Lophocolea 
Lophozia 
Lunularia .. 


Marchantia 
Marsupella 
Mesophylla .. 
Metzgeria .. 
Mnium 
Mollia 
Mylia 


Nardia 
Neckera 
Nitella 


Odontoschisma 
Oligotrichum 
Orthopyxis .. 


Orthothecium i 
Orthotrichum .. 


Pedinophyllum 


Pellia : 
Phascum 
Philonotis .. 


Physcomitrella 


Physcomitrium 
Plagiobryum 
Plagiochila 


Plagiothecium ih 


Pleurochete 
Pleuridium 
Pleuropus .. 
Pogonatum 
Pohlia : 
Polytrichum 
Porella 
Porotrichum 
Pottia 
Preissia 


INDEX. 


PAGE 
431 
436 
443 


442 
439 
438 
441 
392 
373 
432 


438 
396 
445 


427 
347 
384 
401 
379 


432 
440 
364 
385 
382 
382 
388 
433 
408 
377 
350 
401 
347 
386 
347 
424 
398 
365 
443 


Pterogoniuimn si 
Pterygophyllum 
Ptilidium 


Ptychomitrium ; 


Pylaisia 


Radula 
Reboulia 
Rhacomitrium 
Rhyncostegium 
Riccia 
Ricciella 


Scapania . 
Schistostega 
Scleropodium 
Seligeria 
Southbya 
Sphagnum 
Splachnum 
Stereodon 
Swartzia 
Systegium 


Targionia .. 
Tetraphis .. 
Thamnium .. 
Thuidium .. 
Tolypella .. 
Tortula 


Trichocolea a 
Trichostomum .. 


Ulota 


Webera 
Weissia 


Zygodon 


406, 


401, 


349, 


CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONS. 


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15, 
if 
19, 


29, 
36, 


64, 


(ls 


100, 


119, 
119, 
120, 
123, 
124, 


by) 


6, for Crateagus read Crateegus. 

6, for Elocharis read Eleocharis. 

5 from bottom, for on read in. 

2, for Mr. read Dr. 

8, and 211, 18 from bottom, for coer read ceer-. 

11 from bottom, for ‘‘ Rhacom-’? read ‘‘ Rhacomi-.”’ 

11, and 41, 6 from bottom, for Barbarzea read Barbarea. 

7, and 49, 8 from bottom, for Drouettii read Drouetii. 

16 from bottom, for ‘‘ Roehleri’’ read .“‘ Koehleri,’? and 2 from 
bottom, for ‘‘nemorora’’ read ‘‘ nemorosa.”’ 


bottom line, for ‘‘ Potamogetum’’ read ‘‘ Potamogeton.”’ 
line 6, for Swarkstone vead Swarkestone. 


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2, add ‘‘ Westend Farm, Gibbs.” 

6 from bottom, and 165, 13 from bottom, for Boyleston read 
Boylestone. 

2, for L. read L. 


after line 7, add ‘‘F’, Boreei Jord. C. Brockwell Lane, Chesterfield, 


Drabble.”’ 


line 4, 65, 11, and 127, 6, for Ecclesbourne read Eeclesbourn. 


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6, for Cauldwell vead Cordwell. 

3-4 from bottom, by ‘‘the type” is meant E. vulgaris. 

17, for Hedge Garlic read Hedge Garlic. 

15 from bottom, for Avenaria read Arenaria. 

11, for Hackenthorp read Hackenthorpe. 

20, and 98, 21, for Mossbrough read Mosbrough. 

8, for Bleak read Blake. 

8 from bottom, for phoeum read pheum. 

20 from bottom, for L’HERIT read L’ Herit. 

16 from bottom, and 176, 13 from bottom, for Mace- read Mase-. 
10 from bottom, and 106, 6 from bottom, for Steetly read 

Steetley. 
17 from bottom, 203, 138 from bottom, 237, 11 from bottom, and 
244, 11, for Ladybower 7xead Ladybooth. 

5-6, erase ‘‘ Normanton—Burton.”’ 

9, for Higger read Higear. 

7, for Corbar read Curbar. 

18, and 124, 7, for Chamnifield read Channifield. 

7 from bottom, after ‘‘ Wirksworth ” insert ‘‘ B. §& N., J.B.” 

11, for pyramidalist *ead pyramidalis. 

22, dele the line; 9 from bottom, for Cobnor read Cobnar. 

8 from bottom, for ‘‘ infecundas”’ read ‘* infecundus.”’ 


CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONS. 


Page 125, line 22, for Wingersworth read Wingerworth. 
», 126, ,, 16, for Somersal read Somershall. 
126, ,, 20, 148, 12, and 160, 3 from bottom, for Lovers’ read Lover's. 
5, 127, ,, 21, before ‘“‘ Bretby”’ insert ‘ Cauldwell; ”’ 
131, ,, 18, for Zimm). read Zimm.) 
144, ,, 5, add “ Wirksworth, Gibbs.” 
144, ,, 5 from bottom, add ; after “‘ Beeley’’. 
145, ,, 15, add ‘“‘ Ashley Hay, Wirksworth, (Gibds.”’ 
149, ,, 8, for Raddleput read Raddlepit. 
158, ,, 2 from bottom, and 164, 12, for Record read record. 
», 164, ,, 18, defore ‘‘ Mickleover ”’ insert ‘‘ Etwall ;’’. 
», 167, ,, 3, for *‘ Dogweed”’ read ‘‘ Dog Wood.’ 
Omen 2.0K” BebaGa read, oo NOB Gs. 
182, after 9 from bottom, insert ANTHHMIS LZ. 
», 190, line 13, add ‘“‘ Wirksworth, (ibds. 
», 1938, ,, 11, for Crages read Crags. 
,, 199, ,, 22, add “Totley, Gibbs.” 
» 205, ,, 38, add *‘;” atter Froggatt; and 18 from bottom, for Berkley 
yead Berkeley. 
», 206, ,, 13, for rudro read rubro. 
», 207, ,, 11, for Rowlsey read Rowsley. 
208, ,, 17 from bottom, for Charlsworth read Charlesworth. 
213, ,, 21, for Lee read Lea. 
», 216, ,, 6 from bottom, dele , after asperrimum. 


», 222, ,, 7, for Barewood read Bearwood. 
,, 228, ,, 38 from bottom, 224, 5, 244, 14, 248, 8, and 273, 2, dele , or . 


after Trent. 
5, 225, ,, 11-12, erase ‘‘ Rushall—Wall.”’ 
» 229, ,, 11, after Reservoir put , . 
», 285, ,, 6 from bottom, 251, 8, and 290, 18, for Watson’s read Wats. 
», 237, ,, 9, for Bampton read Brampton. 
, 241, ,, 17 from bottom, for Canal read canal. 
» 244, ,, 1 from bottom, for Flower read Fl. 


», 255, ,, 10 from bottom, for Mezereon read Mezereum. 
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», 259, ,, 9, and 267, 16, add “‘ Bretby, Gibbs.” 
» 261, ,, 18, for CASTANIA read CASTANEA. | 
261, bottom line, add ‘* Bretby Park, Gibbs.” 


,, 265, line 8, for Brierly read Brierley. 

,, 270, ,, 16 from bottom, for medis rea7 media. 

276, ,, 14 from bottom, for Coldwell read Cordwell. 

» 277, ,, 4 from bottom, for Streetly read Steetley. 

280, ,, 21, after Scrimshaw dele ‘‘.”’ and put “,”’. 

283, ,, 14 from bottom, after Woods dele ‘*.”’ and put ‘‘,”’. 
298, ,, 19, for Bodsley read Rodsley. 

», 227, ,, 11 from bottom, for NS. read N.S. 

», 328, ,, 12, for ‘‘ Cressbrook’’ read Cressbrook. 


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